Jules Stirling and Christine Hood at District Foyer Gallery
September 16 – November 3, 2015

Jules Stirling and Christine Hood invitation

Jules Stirling
Three years ago, Jules yearned to escape “the busy patterns” surrounding her day job. She recommissioned her photographic expertise from corporate to fine art, serving an inner calling toward harmony and serenity. Her Landscape Study Series reflects both softness and depth with a tranquil, ethereal quality. Her photo series are shot during the day with an infrared camera utilizing different exposure lengths on natural expanses of water, trees and sky. “Life isn’t about being perfect; it’s about the gaps in between perfection that count.”

Christine Hood
Inspired by her everyday experiences and environment, Christine’s latest work is based on her interaction with nature, objects and wildlife. Using primarily metal, ceramic, textiles, paper and found objects, her artwork juxtaposes many ideas and mediums. This series focuses on a palette of shades in black, white and silver.
Christine attended art school in the UK and completed a Master’s Degree in Art Education at the University of Victoria. She works and teaches from her home studio in North Vancouver.

North Vancouver District Hall
355 West Queens Road
Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm


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