Lost and Found
Lost and Found is a solo exhibition by painter Gillian McLean. In this body of work, McLean explores themes of place, grief, and identity. McLean spent a number of years living and working in Whistler, and finds inspiration for her colour palettes from the natural world. Lost and Found is presented in partial fulfillment of her Integrated Project in the Arts and Theology (IPIAT) for the completion of her Master of Arts in Theological Studies at Regent College.
OPENING GALLERY RECEPTION: APRIL 13 | 4 - 6 PM
ARTIST'S ACADEMIC PRESENTATION: APRIL 13 | 3 PM ROOM 10
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Gillian McLean finds creative connection between her inner spiritual experience and her processing of grief and trauma through painting. Lost and Found engages the audience to encounter the seasons of life that shape and strengthen our spiritual journey and identity. The artwork invites us along McLean's pilgrimage to find hope within the wilderness, and is meant to create an immersive experience that invites participants into deeper conversation to find the threads of hope within their own journeys.