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Back to Stepping Lightly: pandemic life within our landscape at Terrill Welch Gallery

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Through her paintings in this solo exhibition, Terrill Welch invites us to stand with her during this unique space and time, together. We shall open up in ways that we have never thought mattered, by design, filled with purpose, rising towards possibility. Do you dare?

Press Release

An essential rush of early dawn drapes over the curves of an Arbutus tree along the Mayne Island shore. Waves roll up and separate into cascading jewels. Seagulls rest in a moment of quiet communion. Dreams and memories meld into imagined and remembered places. This has been an unprecedented year for sure. But what does this mean for landscape painter Terrill Welch? As we linger with her recent …

An essential rush of early dawn drapes over the curves of an Arbutus tree along the Mayne Island shore. Waves roll up and separate into cascading jewels. Seagulls rest in a moment of quiet communion. Dreams and memories meld into imagined and remembered places. This has been an unprecedented year for sure. But what does this mean for landscape painter Terrill Welch? As we linger with her recent works, we can sense the need to step lightly, to pause and softly brush a branch aside for a clearer view. Nature has spoken. All our thrashing and inward self-absorption can easily be set aside. We …

Location

478 Village Bay Rd
Mayne Island, British Columbia, CA