This week Edie Marshall's visually uplifting "Terrain" exhibition opened at the Art Gallery of Regina. I don't use descriptors like that very often but, with the weather turning more bleak and my mood running quite contrary, this show felt warm and bright and made me feel good. She's painted over 1000 small paintings based upon digital photos from a trip and put them up in huge grids about 20 feet high. To illuminate it, the gallery has turned its lights on full blast. Great space, great show.
Speaking of the AGR, I also signed up for a woodworking course with Brian Gladwell for January at the Balkwill Centre.