What is so special about the places we love? Often, it’s their colours, as seen in the natural environment around us. Artist Kathleen Vaughan uses the specifics of local colour working in her studio with locally sourced materials to create embroidered and pieced ‘textile maps’ that bring the outside in and reflect her deep attachment to the natural world.
Kathleen Vaughan is a visual artist, writer, scholar, and educator whose work reflects a trans-disciplinary orientation to questions of place and belonging and the theme of ‘home’.
Pre-registration is required in advance by contacting the gallery.
Safety protocols are in place and mask wearing is recommended for all patrons. Lecture to take place in the Lower Level which is wheelchair accessible.