We acknowledge that we live and work on the unceded, traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples of the QayQayt (qiqéyt) Nation as well as all Coast Salish Nations.
The Arts Council of New Westminster
and the New West Hospice Society present:
‘The Compassionate I : Personal Images of Loss & Healing’ pop-up exhibition
Featuring photography by:
Melanie Evalyn | Kathy Harms
Janet Kvammen | Paul Newton
Heather Prost | Deepali Raiththa
Caroline Sullivan | Anonymous
This exhibition features eight photographs engaging the broad themes of loss and healing. A whole range of loss affects the human condition. Loss of loved ones, loss of home, ability, identity, and so on. With loss comes different modes of healing. There is no correct response to loss, nor right way to go about healing – it is very individual and personal. Images are an interpretation of loss and healing and captured by a compassionate eye / I.
Special thanks to Patterson Brands
and River Market for supporting this exhibition
New West Hospice Society, visit: newwesthospice.ca
Arts Council of New Westminster, visit: acnw.ca