Lost and found: objects in Squamish

Local artists’ project creates images and poetry of abandoned objects Jennifer Thuncher | Squamish Chief April 7, 2016 06:00 AM Laurel Terlesky sees a single black glove along the trail at Nexen Beach. Instead of passing it by as other walkers do, Terlesky takes out...

Pop-Up Studio a first for Whistler artists

Source: Pop-Up Studio a first for Whistler artists May 28, 2015 A&E » Arts Twelve painters, sculptors and weavers will take over space at the Westin starting June 1; studio open to the public and will be an ArtWalk venue By Cathryn Atkinson A space to paint...

Quest News: APR 2, 2015 / LAUREL TERLESKY: HALLOWED WINDS

Original Post:  http://www.questu.ca/news-and-events/apr-2-2015-laurel-terlesky-hallowed-winds Quest is pleased to showcase Artist-In-Residence, Laurel Terlesky’s exhibition ‘Hallowed Winds’ this week in the MPR. A hauntingly beautiful visual and sensory experience....