A Twist of Lime
May 17, 2019 – June 15, 2019
A Twist of Lime employs the blended roll technique of other work in Lorna Livey’s ongoing Glow series, but unlike those other works, which hint at narrative landscape and atmospheric meditations, A Twist of Lime is a visual play of pure abstraction. To add to the sense of experimentation, the modular units can be rearranged, the patterns and configurations being almost endless.
Loran Livey is a graduate of York University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. Her works on paper utilizing printmaking and mixed media have been exhibited in solo and group shows across Canada, including the Burnaby Art Gallery, Whitby’s Station Gallery and the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John. Her work is included in many corporate and public collections. Well-known as a teacher and Master Printmaker, Livey has worked with Open Studio, Inner City Angels, community arts groups and individual artists. She has also written and illustrated four travel memoirs.