Four Visions: Outside Looking In
Opening reception is November 17, 4pm–7pm.
Four Visions: Outside Looking In is a collective art exhibition by The Colour Collective, an interdisciplinary group of local artists whose practices both engage and express experiences of disability. This exhibit features work by photographer Akim Zongo, painter Dan Tell, painter James Lash, and photographer and potter Sheri Lynn Seitz. Four Visions: Outside Looking In celebrates the unique experience that each artist brings to their work, while engaging the shared experience of isolation that people living with disability can face.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Akim Zongo is a Vancouver-based photographer drawn to the extreme beauty of life, capturing stunning photographic moments in the city.
Dan Tell is a painter drawn to landscape and rich colour, both of which mirror his bright outlook on life.
James Lash is a prolific and successful painter, pulling inspiration from the intersection of the natural world and industry.
Sherri Lynn Seitz is an award-winning photographer and potter, whose work is featured around New Westminster.