Catherine Lane’s exhibit Wish Them Well highlights the new year’s programming at Whitby’s Station Gallery, running Feb. 1 to March 24 in the Coppa Gallery & Heritage Galleries
Catherine Lane’s studio practice focuses on layered, fragmented storytelling that reads between the lines. Wish Them Well is a trilogy that plays out in three galleries. In the Coppa space, the idea of a wish being something that is longed for or desired, attainable or unattainable. Deeper in the heritage space, Lane presents two William Stones involved in a historic cold case murder that took place within the walls of the station building. The plot of the presentation thickens in the far gallery space, centering around a well. Wish Them Well invites viewers to create unique narratives from drawn and constructed fragments offered by Lane.
TJ Brown’s Occultatum is being presented in the Jill Dyall Community Gallery. This exhibit of photos provide deep contrasts and dramatic tensions that dominate psychologically charged pictorial spaces.
In the gallery’s artCube, you will find Passmore Mashaya’s Dreaming in Stone. Mashaya presents passionate visual stories inspired by the natural beauty in the world as depicted through stone carvings.