Sunday July 23rd, 2-4 pm
SSCA Schoolhouse, Frying Pan Island
Light refreshments will be served
Join us for a preview of the work created by photographer Sylvia Galbraith during the summer of 2016 & 2017, as part of her 2016 King Family Bursary project. She’ll be showing some of her large-scale landscape photographs, which create connections between science, history, and art by using the dramatic geology of Georgian Bay’s isolated islands and shorelines.
Sylvia is a recognized Canadian photographer and educator. Her work includes documentary and landscape, and she is happiest in remote locations, shooting in truly bad weather. Favourite sayings include “Got a great rain suit, and know how to use it!” or “photography before food, but not before coffee”. She is a recipient of the 2016 Georgian Bay Land Trust King Family Bursary. Her work can be seen at sylviagalbraith.ca.