Category Archives: Whyte Museum

Art at the Whyte

Lesley Turner ‘Valuing Women’s Work’ 81″ x 62″, composted, hand stitching; cottonAn afternoon tea cloth was left under a maple tree during fall to be incorporated into the decay cycle. After many hours of washing, ironing and stitching the work goes largely unnoticed as the restored cloth is sacrificed again to protect furniture while the […]

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Articulation At The Whyte

This is the text panel at the entrance to Articulation’s work in the Whyte Museum, Banff With Vickie Newington’s 2 works beside it – see below In front of the entrance is this red wall with Gloria S Daly’s work Gloria S. Daly, ‘Glacier’, 42″ x 38″Gloria was inspired by A. C. Gault’s sketch called ‘Mountain Monsters’, […]

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Articulation Exhibition at Whyte Museum

Catherine Whyte An exciting event that has come out of Articulation’s Women Rock project is an invitation to exhibit at the Whyte Museum in September 2011. Michale Lang, the Director and Chief Curator of the Whyte, saw some of our work while it was hanging in the Other Gallery in the Banff Centre last March. […]

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The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Artist in Residence

I am taking a break from posting blogs about my textile experiences during a recent trip to India because I am heading up to the Banff Centre in the Canadian Rockies with my exhibiting group Articulation.We have been granted a 2-week stay as Artists-in-Residence where we will collect information and inspiration and start developing our […]

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