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Distillations: Lithographs and Etchings by Catherine M. Stewart September 20-November 16, 2016
McGill Library

With this exhibition, the Burnaby Art Gallery continues its exploration of the Malaspina Printshop Archive. Other exhibitions in the series have included Diana Kemble’s Birdsongs, Marty Levenson’s Then and Now and the group show Matrix: Perspectives from the Malaspina Archive (1979-1982) recently on view at Bob Prittie Library.

Catherine Stewart’s Distillations differs from these other exhibits in that the artist herself has chosen the works to be displayed from both the Malaspina Archive and her own collection.

Stewart writes, "My early studies in science have been a major influence in my work. This selection of prints concentrates/distills the underlying themes of motion and change that have continued to resurface in my art practice over time."

More information about Catherine and her work can be found at catherinestewart.net.

Image credit: Catherine M. Stewart, Investigating the Motion of Venus, 2004, multiple plate etching, 11 x 15"