The Audain Art Museum has announced it will soon be hosting a ‘highly anticipated and ‘ambitious’ exhibition.

Titled ‘Stone and Sky: Canada’s mountain Landscape’, the exhibition investigates how artists have interacted with mountain vistas over time. A press releases states that the major exhibition will feature over 100 pieces that explore the country’s past and present forms as related to the geographical landscape.

Visitors to the exhibition, which is a Canada 150 project, will be able to ‘experience a trans-continental journey that explores the richness, vitality and diversity of Canada’s alpine landscapes through photographs, watercolours, drawings, paintings and prints’.

Darrin Martens the Audain Art Museum’s Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chief Curator says visitors will have a “unique opportunity to engage with artworks by some of Canada’s most accomplished artists from a variety of the nation’s most acclaimed institutions and private collections”.

The museum says pieces will include work from artists such as Lawren Harris and Ann Kipling. The exhibition is on display exclusively at the Audain Art Museum and runs from November 11th to February 26th.


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