Willow Rector – Deep Bay 2013

DEEP BAY 2013
JUNE 24 – JULY 7

VISUAL ARTIST

Willow Rector has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Winnipeg and a Master of Arts (English) from the University of Manitoba. She was a participant in the MAWA Foundation Mentorship Program in 2011-12. Willow’s current work focuses on mixed-media explorations of the Manitoba landscape.

Residency project: Willow will be engaged in research for a series of five multi-media portraits combining embroidered tapestries of the Manitoba landscape with photographic self-portraits.  She plans to photograph and video the Manitoba Escarpment on the edge of Riding Mountain National Park and will use this material to examine how the landscape affects the language we use to define ourselves and tell our stories.

MEET THE ARTISTS SERIES
Thursday, July 4 at 7:30pm
Deep Bay Cabin, Ta-Wa-Pit Drive

Drop by the cabin for an Open House. Join Willow as she works on her unique embroidered tapestries and shares the inspiration behind her work.  Head down to the beach afterwards for a sunset swim at Deep Bay.

Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin Trapped, Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin

Trapped, rear ext view, Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin Trapped, front ext, Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin

Trapped, rear detail, Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin Untitled Landscape, front ext, Willow Rector, Photo William Eakin

This Is a Photograph of Me, Preliminary Study, Willow Rector, Photo Willow Rector and Diana Thorneycroft