The Day of Small Things: Art Exhibit by Laura Rosengren
Canadian artist, Laura Rosengren's solo exhibition, The Day of Small Things, is being displayed in The King's University Atrium Gallery from November 28, 2019 to February 2020.
The Day of Small Things is a collection of paintings about embracing interruption and exploring the possibility of the unexpected. Intimate in scale and content, the work presented explores the space between narrative figuration and abstraction. From thinly applied watercolour to thick applications of wax and oil, these pieces play in the particularities and possibilities of paint application, to both suggest and limit interpretation.
Currently based out of Vancouver, B.C., Laura Rosengren has worked on various solo and group exhibitions throughout Canada. Her education includes training at the Glasgow School of Art, and has earned a BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design. Laura attended the Nova Scotia College of Art and Mount Saint Vincent University, earning a Bachelor of Education in Art Education before taking an MA in Theology through Regent College.
The exhibit opens with a reception in the Atrium on Thursday, November 28 from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
For more information on The Day of Small Things or Laura Rosengren's work, visit laurarosengren.com