Exhibit features drawing done with multiple areas of the body

An exhibit of unconventional drawings is showing at the Harris-Warke Gallery in Red Deer. 900: Drawing with the Brain, by Edmonton artist Amber-Jane Grove, is a display of drawings that were done with hands, feet, mouth and so on, over 900 days.

An exhibit of unconventional drawings is showing at the Harris-Warke Gallery in Red Deer.

900: Drawing with the Brain, by Edmonton artist Amber-Jane Grove, is a display of drawings that were done with hands, feet, mouth and so on, over 900 days.

For Groves, “Drawing with multiple areas of the body — (involving) various regions of the brain — stretches the limits of our imagination. By using the whole body in my artwork, it reveals a multitude of imagery.”

The exhibit runs to Dec. 31. A reception will be held on Friday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. as part of the First Friday gallery openings for December.

The Harris-Warke Gallery is on the second floor of Sunworks on Ross Street.

For more information, email harriswarke@gmail.com.

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