Sandra Hawkins 2020 12 X 12 in. Acrylic and Nautical Chart on board
A Polar Bear’s shadow in the upper left references their vulnerability due to Arctic warming. The metaphoric search for direction as in use of sailing navigation charts, and symbolic lines suggests hope for a destination. Location Bears Rump Island, Lake Huron. S.H.
Sandra Hawkins’ artworks are critically acclaimed in juried exhibitions, artist residencies, publications and collections in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. She holds the Masters in Environmental Studies York U., Bachelor of Fine Arts Ottawa U. and Bachelor of Arts Sociology & Architecture and postgraduate studies in Sociology of Culture and History, Carleton U.
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