For those of you who missed the interview on March 8th on North by Northwest about the Barn to Table exhibition at the ACT gallery in Maple
Ridge: I found the link on line for it. The program is 3 hours long and my part of it starts at 1:01:14 (one hour, one minute and fourteen seconds.
There’s a slider at the bottom of the page. It’s a bit hard to see. It’s just above the play triangle in the lower LH side of the page and the icon of Sheryl MacKay. There’s a number (time counter)and as the program advances the numbers increase. A blue line and a white button to slide across to the time (above) are quite hard to see. I hope you can get it easily.
The exhibition is on until April 4th. So far, it’s still open, but the changes in regulations concerning COVID 19 are changing daily, if you want to see the show, so you might want to confirm it’s open before you go to see.
All the best
Evoking the agrarian history of southern British Columbia, Kristin Krimmel’s collection of barn paintings are a vision of solidity, endurance and architecture based on purpose rather than ornamentation. Complementing the paintings that populate the perimeter of the space are a collection of srustic and highly textured ceramics by acclaimed BC potters Fredi Rahn and Sarah Pike.
Image (above header): Kristin Krimmel, Twinberry Blueberry Farm (detail), 24 x 36”, acrylic on canvas, 2018