Eryn O'Neill has her work on display locally and it's well worth a visit to check it out. She'll have her work "Desire Paths" on display in the Rotunda Gallery at Kitchener City Hall for all of September. This series is "the result of months of repetitive outings, in all conditions to gather visual information to formulate a cohesive body of work. Eryn uses running as her direct physical engagement to the structured urban landscape. These small, seemingly insignificant features commonly referred to as desire paths, or desire lines, meander throughout the city, offering up an alternative to the predetermined path." The opening reception is Sept. 5th from 5-7pm.
You can also see her work "Urban Interactions" on display this week at Art Incubate (an Art$Pay initiative) in Waterloo.
Learn more about Art Incubate and Art$Pay in this article by Glodeane Brown. #365ofgoodWR