Sharon Barfoot has enjoyed a long and varied career in the arts that has included costume and jewelry design, teaching, graphics, curating and, most recently, painting full-time. Sharon’s approach to the work in this exhibition is minimalist in which she applies the Buddhist concept of Miksang. Miksang is a Tibetan word meaning ‘good eye’ where it is asked that we view the world in a new way; a way that is always fresh as if seeing it for the first time. Sharon responds to the landscape with a ‘good eye’ and works to bare the bones and remove the details in order to find the essence of place.
Join Sharon Barfoot for a personal tour on select dates throughout the summer, click here for more information.
**Service Interruption** The lighting in the Bruce Gallery is being upgraded on Friday, August 9 and will not be functioning until 2:00 p.m.**
“Good Eye: Responding to the Landscape” in the Bruce Gallery will be closed on the following dates for a private function:
Wednesday, August 21 – all day
Saturday, August 24 – all day
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|June 15, 2019||September 2, 2019|