ARTspace in Chatham has a new exhibition opening April 1.
Artist Tracy Root’s work will be on display, specifically her “Prism of Perception” work.
Root, a respected member of the London art scene for many years, moved to Chatham-Kent during the height of the pandemic.
The opening reception takes place April 1 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
As a new resident arriving during the isolation of the lockdowns, Root responded to these challenges by dedicating herself to her studio practice. During this time, she created paintings that evoke a sense of longing, loss, and acceptance.
Through her highly refined painting style, she perceives the world as a kaleidoscope of geometric patterns, lively composition, and vibrant colours.
Everyone is invited to this free and family-friendly event.
The artist will be present to speak about her work.
ARTspace is located at 165½ King St. W. in Chatham and is open from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.
For more information, visit tagartspace.com.