Photo brief: New Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre exhibit offers interpretations of photographs

New exhibit Five Times Five features five artistic interpretations of five works by local photographers. The side galleries feature shows by Trish Hartwick, Sarah Windsor and the Revelstoke Potters Guild.

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The new Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre exhibit Five Times Five features the creative interpretations of five photographs, each by five visual artists.

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The photographic works by Agathe Bernard, Natalie Harris, Jason Keerak, Mas Matsushita and Ronan Redel are circled inwards at the centre of the main gallery; five interpretations of each work are arranged on the walls behind them.

The collaborative interpretations run the gamut from acrylic paintings to abstract, mixed media installations.

Three of the original photographs in the foreground with their matching interpretations in the background. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer

The side galleries feature three shows: Sarah Windsor is best known for her abstract interpretations but this time delved more into pictorial representations, including ink transfer prints of insects and wildlife. Trish Hartwick of Love Making Designs in Grizzly Plaza displays prints and drawings representing wildlife and natural scenes with heavy inspiration from Revelstoke life. In the third gallery, the Revelstoke Potters Guild members display their works, including lots of practical dishware for sale.

The current exhibit featuring Five Times Five and exhibits by Trish Hartwick, Sarah Windsor and the Revelstoke Potters Guild runs until September 22 the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. Check their website for gallery hours.

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