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Primordial Waters


  • Orillia Museum of Art and History 30 Peter Street South Orillia, ON, L3V 5A9 Canada (map)

Exhibition run: April 21 - July 15

Opening reception: EARTH DAY, Sunday April 22 2-4pm

Mulcahy Family Gallery

Sue A. Miller
with
Peter Adams
Frith Bail
Liz Eakins


Primordial Waters explores the importance of habitat and our spiritual connection to water. 


Sue A. Miller will create an immersive installation that explores water & shorelines undisturbed by humans. A habitat in its most pure form. The bodies of waters that we focus on for this exhibition are Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay.

The installation will consist of large scale oil paintings, a large three dimensional suspended sculpture, a large free standing sculpture and audio recordings of shoreline wildlife which will tie in the immersive experience for the audience.


Works by regional artists, Peter Adams, Frith Bail and Liz Eakins subject matter delves into the essence and spirt of water. 

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The installation includes a 12'L x 12'h suspended sculpture, recorded sound, videography, large paintings and a few other sculptural elements. Three other amazing artists are complimenting this installation with paintings, paper work & clay sculpture: Peter Adams, Liz Eakins & Frith Bail. If you can't get to the exhibit, please follow all of us on Instagram to see what we have created. In the coming week, I will be creating a separate Instagram account @primordialwaters. Or you can follow us individually.

Hope to see you at the opening Sunday April 22nd. What a great way to celebrate Earth Day!