Exhibition – Collective Memory
A retrospective exhibition of more than 75 works from different eras of the collection’s holdings is now on display.
Work by Whitehorse-based artist Tedd Tucker that explores his relationship with the extremes of the seasons in the Yukon.
A series of colourful and surreal paintings, an exploration of the push and pull of depth using colours and overlapping organic shapes, which then subconsciously morph into recognizable and hazy memories.
Discover the works of six Franco-Yukonnaise artists, the works were created under the inspiration of the theme Dreams and Roots.
All the illustrations in this exhibition were created using digital tools in some way, this medium was chosen because The Yukon remains about ten years behind other places in Canada.