November 4 at 7:30 p.m. Amy J. Dyck “Will take listeners on an emotional journey as she tells the story of a sudden and painful crisis that brought her to a wheelchair in 2017,” according to a notice for the hour-long talk, presented by Surrey Art Gallery Association.
Dyck used the art “to process his new life, build resilience, and find humor and healing along the way. It will show a selection of images from five bodies of work, each relating to different stages of processing, reconstruction and growth. “
Having studied in the classic style of the Old Masters, Dyck now works mainly with oil paint, charcoal and collage.
An artist’s’ journey through a crisis’ is the subject of the Surrey Art Gallery’s upcoming artists’ conference, a face-to-face event.
Meet @AmyJDyckArtist, whose “sudden and painful fit” landed him in a wheelchair in 2017.@SurreyArtsCtre #SurreyBC https://t.co/qDO8ZxDL3k pic.twitter.com/4UMjYxfqzX
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Largely a self-taught artist, she “incorporates a high level of realism and abstraction into her figurative and autobiographical work. His deep interest in vulnerability and the human condition is a mirror of the struggles and resilience of listeners.
Described as a “contemporary figurative artist,” Dyck teaches and demonstrates painting and drawing for all ages in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, and her work is featured in collections around the world. Examples are shown on its website, amyjdyck.com.
Two days after Dyck’s speech, The Surrey Art Gallery is organizing a symposium entitled “A New Normal” as part of its annual digital media arts series, Saturday afternoon, November 6, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The in-person event, also broadcast live on YouTube, will feature a solo dance performance (“PPE Waves: A New Normal?”), A panel discussion and panel discussion involving Henry Daniel, Diane Sowter, Charlie Cooper and Alan Storey . Admission is free to the symposium, with host Cecily Nicholson, the gallery’s interpretive programmer.
“Inspired by performance (which involves nudity), project collaborators will discuss fundamental body technology and the simple mechanics of bodily systems when combined with digital forms of creation and expression,” explains one. article on surrey.ca.
Later this month, the Arts Centre’s Studio Theater will be set up for the Surrey Art Gallery Association’s annual festival. Heart to Home Holiday Market, a “fun and festive two-day market” on November 27 and 28.
“For those who prefer to shop from the comfort of their home, the Surrey Art Gallery Association’s online gift shop is always open. said an event notice. “From November 27 to December 22, SAGA will offer a 15% reduction to get into the festive spirit. “
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