Piece by Piece and other recent works by Tacha ReedThe Bread Gallery Brooklyn, Nouvelle-Écosse
Arts visuels, Créateur (Maker Culture) — Coup d’œil en coulisse , Activité d’expérimentation
Join us for a preview of Tacha Reed's exhibit of recent works. Throughout the afternoon Tacha will create a piece from scratch, demonstrating her unique felting process. Over the last year Tacha has drastically altered her felting process to incorporate a wet felting stage, allowing for a more free and less inhibiting form of expression. Her most recent works are a response to the abandoned turbine that sits on the floor of the Minas Basin. This series of death portraits of the local aquatic species are beautiful and haunting; a reminder that we are responsible for the well being of not only ourselves but the earth, air, water and all life that surrounds us.
|jeu 27 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
|ven 28 sep||11h00 à 16h00|
|sam 29 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
7778 Highway 14
Avon River Arts
Inspired by nature, folklore and the Nova Scotian landscape, over the years Tacha Reed has expressed her creativity and love for her surroundings through every medium possible. Since relocating to the tiny community of Ellershouse, Tacha’s creative focus has shifted from photography and printmaking and for the last decade she has devoted her time to creating tactile fine artworks that make use of natural and recycled material. Tacha primarily works with wool creating exquisite felted pieces.
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement est accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Arts textiles, Tous les âges