Exhibit depicts nature, machinery

The tug between nature and machinery is depicted in the latest exhibit at the Harris-Warke Gallery in Red Deer. Paintings influenced by landscape mapping, by former Edmonton artist Robert Dmytruk, are showing to Saturday, March 23, at the gallery in the Sunworks store.

The tug between nature and machinery is depicted in the latest exhibit at the Harris-Warke Gallery in Red Deer.

Paintings influenced by landscape mapping, by former Edmonton artist Robert Dmytruk, are showing to Saturday, March 23, at the gallery in the Sunworks store.

Dmytruk’s works portray a grid of loose calligraphic images, described as “moving between broken and whole, a way of making sense of the push and pull between nature and machinery.”

Dmytruk, who now lives in Summerland, B.C., has works in the collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. He is a recipient of the Prime Minister’s Excellence in Teaching Award as well as the Emily Carr School of Art and Design Award for Excellence in the Arts. An opening reception will be held on Friday, March 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the gallery at 4924 Ross St.

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