Date: April 1 • 2021
End date: May 27 • 2021
Recreational open spaces such as parks, walking and biking trails, children’s playgrounds and community gardens contribute to the livability of our neighbourhoods and improve the environment. With the advent of urban densification, a concern in today’s changing neighbourhoods is ensuring existing green spaces are preserved and new ones are created where needed. These shared places are an essential foundation for healthy, thriving communities. This exhibition illustrates the value of urban plantings as areas where people live, work, play, gather, relax and celebrate with family and friends.
Virginia Chin, Roxsane K. Tiernan, Marjorie Wong and Kathleen Susan Young joined together in 2001 to support, encourage and motivate each other. They have exhibited their artwork as a group and individually at juried shows, and at various galleries and businesses throughout the Lower Mainland.