Susan Farquhar: Are We Epicormic ?
Are We Epicormic ?
Paperworks by Susan Farquhar
is presented in the Ruth Upjohn Gallery at the Women’s Association of Canada
Tuesday to Saturday 9 to 4pm
and online @womensartofcanada.ca
October 1st to 26th, 2021
Virtual Opening October 7th 2pm (registration provided with above link October 6th)
Artist will be in attendance Saturdays noon to 3pm
SUSAN FARQUHAR’S PAPER WORKS recreate epicormic growth as inspiration for change amid current extreme climate events. This exhibition is a visual response to the catastrophic fires that raged through South Australia late 2019 into 2020. Photos and online communications with those facing the firestorm drove this group of paper constructs on canvas and wood. In the aftermath tiny spots of bright green leaf and floral growth the epicormic adaptation to fire dotted the blackened ash laden landscape. Regrowth begins but are we so epicormic?
Susan is an experienced fine art printmaker who studied at the University of Guelph and York University. She began exhibiting in the 1980’s while studying fine art lithography at Open Studio in Toronto. Susan with her partner Robert Game continued to work in printmaking until 2013. They produced editions for the John Lennon and Miles Davis estates as well as artists from Canada, Europe and the United States. Susan has been exhibiting prints and unique mixed media work throughout her career.
For more information contact:
Executive Office Manager Cal Lorimer
Women’s Art Association of Canada
23 Prince Arthur Avenue, near St George Subway Station
Toronto, ON M5R 1B2
Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Saturday 9 to 4pm
Galleries (ground floor only) are open to the public according to Ontario COVID policy.
Public parking nearby, Not Wheelchair accessible