What I Tell the Sky, and What the Sky Tells Me is an exhibition of new large scale drawings. Garnett’s work often explores how space (both cosmological and architectural) is represented, occupied, felt, and fabricated. The works in What I Tell the Sky, and What the Sky Tells Me share questions about gravity: how it shapes cosmological space; how it affects structure and form, at all scales; and how it feels in the body.
Leah Garnett has exhibited throughout Canada, and attended residencies at the Sirius Art Centre, Fire Station Artists’ Studios, the MacDowell Colony, the Banff Centre for the Arts, and Struts Gallery. She received her BA Honors from Brown University, her BFA in Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and her MFA from the University of Guelph. Originally from the coast of Maine, she now lives in Sackville, New Brunswick where she is an Associate Professor in the Fine Arts Department at Mount Allison University.
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