"Paradise Perspectives invites you to examine two artist’s insights into paradigms of paradise. Ledingham inquires into hunger issues in Haiti as well as ‘Empty Bowls’ around the globe and Hagblom considers paradise as a source of idealized happiness with portraits of beauty and harmony. "
Don’t miss the reception: Tuesday, July 28, 7 – 10pm, with music by ‘HotClub Saskatoon’ .
‘Empty Bowls’ are for sale with a donation going to CHEP Good Food Inc., Saskatoon.
CHEP works with children, families and communities to improve access to good food and promote food security.
Sandra Ledingham is a ceramic artist currently working in Saskatoon and Yucatan Mexico. Her work has been shown internationally. 'Multis Gentibus E Vires' was recently commissioned by the Sk.ArtsBoard as a permanent sculpture in the rotunda of the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina. She has taught at: the U of S, SIAST, Concordia University (Portland OR) and the Art Gallery of Prince Albert.
Ledingham writes: “as our civilization and its cradle of origin spiral due to conflicts, my interest in the modest material of clay and its origins of usage become ever more endearing and meaningful to me.”
Exhibition runs from July 25-31, 2015
Opening Reception July 28 7-10PM