Part of The Living is Easy: a series of projects by Struts & Faucet members
Dark Water, Dark Matter
“Miniature worlds, made visible through art, emerge through my studies of movement in dark water. Undulations leave ephemeral traces in our memories, delicate graphics that lurk above unsettling depths. Incised Plexiglass and painted plywood panels express this fascination with obscurity, mystery and unease.
My Living is Easy project will continue and expand my “Dark Water, Dark Matter” series of incised Plexiglass and painted plywood panels. I plan to exhibit the works already completed and continue constructing new pieces for the series in the Struts Gallery. Visitors’ feedback is welcome for the work in progress as well as the finished pieces on exhibit. In addition, other small panels from my “Garden” series will be on display.”
– Barbara Safran de Niverville
Barbara Safran de Niverville expresses the anxious tension of ecological discourse through her study of microcosms in the natural world. Known as a landscape painter in Atlantic Canada, Safran de Niverville received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with Distinction from Mount Allison University in 1977. Since that time, she has exhibited her work extensively in New Brunswick, Canada. In addition, Safran de Niverville has recently completed her Master of Fine Arts degree at the Art Institute of Boston, Lesley University, Boston, MA. Honours include the Alumni Award for the most progress during the MFA program and the Sheila Hugh MacKay Master of Fine Arts Scholarship.
The Living is Easy is a series of projects by Struts & Faucet members that provides a platform for the research, production, and presentation of new works.