For those that love art and are interested in exploring it, The Glenerin & Spa is hosting an Outdoor Art Exhibit in partnership with the Art Gallery of Mississauga. The exhibit will be on display until April 30, 2015. This year, the exhibit will be home to new work from nature-inspired fibre-based artists Bozica Radjenovic and Julia White. Classified as ‘visual artists,’ White and Radjenovic take pleasure in creating sculptural pieces that tie into nature.
Julia White’s latest piece of work, Forest of Columns, is an evolving connection of tall light sculptures that resemble trees. They are woven out of steel, textiles, vines, cordage and twines. The piece incorporates all of these elements and also uses burrs, embroidery thread, coroplast and LED lights. Viewers of this piece will be able to enjoy a “dreamlike sculptural landscape.” Julia has recently exhibited at the World of Threads Festival in Oakville, at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, and the Durham Art Gallery.
Meanwhile, Bozica Radjenovic’s work explores the relationship between materials and subject matter. Radjenovic has exhibited in many exhibitions, most recently at Gallery 101 in Ottawa. Her work can be seen in Museum of Modern Art in Belgrade, Zepter Museum in Belgrade, City of Ottawa Fine Art Collection and various private collections in Canada and Europe.
Working together with the Art Gallery of Mississauga, The Glenerin Inn & Spa has numerous installations of outdoor art on display in their natural spaces that visitors can enjoy. And with the warmer weather hopefully right around the corner, visitors can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Inn, which is situated overlooking the Sawmill Valley Trail/Creek, in Mississauga.
Whether you are visiting the art exhibit at Glenerin Inn during the day or throughout your stay which will take up a longer duration of time, guests can enjoy modern resort amenities, comfortable accommodations, onsite dining and a full service spa. The Inn’s charming character and picture-perfect setting makes it the ideal location for Wild Threads. The exhibit kicked off on January 29, 2015 and will be on display until April 30, 2015.