An exhibition of new works by
Opening Reception on Saturday, October 1, 2011
with the artist in attendance
from 2pm - 4pm
Exhibition continues to October 13
36" x 48"
Mixed Media on Canvas
We hear the Thunderbird in the spring time, calling to us from across the plains, telling us it's time to begin anew. Things we've set aside or neglected, relationships gone stale with hurt silence, or dropping the ball in caring for ourselves or for our community. The things that make us human and give us the chance to become great, these are the things Thunderbird calls out to remind us of. "Rise up! Stand! Speak and do! The time for sleeping is over!" This past spring and summer the nights were filled the call - insistent, refusing to be ignored. Put away the keyboards and screens, resist the call of apathy and strike that lightning inside of ourselves, let the spark of action fill us. Though it always burns right at first it soon becomes a cherished flame. One day we will wake up and it will be our last day on earth. Before then, let's heed the reminder and live larger than we dreamed before. Let's listen to the Thunderbird Woman.
Come out to meet award nominated First Nations Metis Artist - Aaron Paquette
Bearclaw Gallery is located at:
10403 - 124st