On the Hori­zon

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It’s been a long time since Sasha Rogers last lived on the prairies, but the vast­ness of that open land­scape lives on in her ex­pan­sive acrylic paint­ings. Dreamy tex­tures and soft colours ex­plore phys­i­cal and vis­ual con­cepts of space, an­chored by a cen­tral line as con­stant as any prairie or ocean hori­zon. This line is an en­try point for view­ers to ex­plore the seem­ingly in­fi­nite worlds of the top and bot­tom colour fields, as well as the lim­it­less po­ten­tial rest­ing in the quiet bound­ary be­tween them. The re­sult? Med­i­ta­tive images like “Cer­ti­tude Light” (pic­tured), per­fect for re­flec­tion and re­newal. Ex­pand your hori­zons at Jen­nifer Kos­tuik Gallery’s Lines of Long­ing un­til Jul. 10 (page 52).—Chloë Lai

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