An exhibition of works by Victoria Laube runs from April 4th to the 30th.
On Sunday, April 10th between 2 and 4 pm you are invited to come to the schoolhouse to meet the artist and view her work.
Victoria is a multidisciplinary artist who has lived in the Perth area for over 15 years. She is a recent graduate of the Photographic Arts and Production Diploma Program offered at the “School of the Photographic Arts:Ottawa” (SPAO) and is currently involved in an artist’s residency there. She has received numerous visual merit awards and her photography was in the Top 200 of Photolucida’s Critical Mass international competition in 2021. In addition her first self-published book/portfolio PROCESS: death and discovery, was exhibited at the SPAO Centre Gallery in 2021.
Working predominantly in photo-based mediums but frequently incorporating other elements into her work, Victoria uses her camera to explore degradation, evolution and metamorphosis through a practice of ‘stream-of-consciousness’ shooting.
This exhibition, entitled THIS/THAT, is a compilation of 35 photographs taken over the past several years. Sandwiched between wood and encaustic medium, these visual fragments from daily life reference our current enigmatic times – uncertain in nature, not quite this and not quite that.
The pieces are available to purchase as singles or in grouped arrangements. The MERA Schoolhouse is located at 974 Concession Road 9A Dalhousie in McDonalds Corners, ON.
Opening hours of the schoolhouse can be found on the calendar of events. Exhibition viewings can also be arranged with the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting Wayne Stryde at email@example.com