555 Hamilton St
The works of Hinda Avery are a journey through huge landscapes comprised of four large series of nine to twelve panels each. The work is reminiscent of Paterson Ewen's "phenomena-scapes." Avery's are landscapes within a plywood surface that have been gouged by a wire brush with the addition of almost impressionistic dabs of muted but colourful paint. As well, twelve structures, three feet high represent houses and each are rendered with their own landscapes. The houses are integrated into the exhibition as the artist hopes they will be integrated within the environment they represent. Avery's concerns are environmental and the work exemplifies her respect for the environment and for individual's experience within the natural setting.