Langley gallery show is all about exploring a world view

A mixed media artist is showing this month at the Fort Gallery.

Zuzana Vasko ponders about how people relate to the natural world and has put her thoughts down in art.

Her show “What we ask of the hills, and what the hills ask of us” is at the Fort Gallery, 9048 Glover Rd., Oct. 7 to 25.

Many of the pieces have a journalistic quality to them and consider the daily nature of life.

The work has been an opportunity for her to take further the research she did in her doctorate in Arts Education, and she is grateful to explore these issues in a way she feels is most fitting – through art.

The opening reception is Oct. 8 (tonight) at 7 p.m. in conjunction with the gallery’s First Thursday art evenings. It includes Agneta and Josine Eikelenboom on cello and recorder respectively, and a talk by the artist.

More information is at fortgallery.ca.

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