Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery, 813 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon, SK
Saskatchewan born, Montreal-based artist Shelley Miller works in public spaces, creating site-specific projects in both ephemeral and permanent materials. In this exhibition, Miller uses the quilt as a visual and conceptual reference, creating geometric formations made up of people from Saskatchewan Communities. She photographs the ensuing design from an aerial perspective. Traditional and contemporary quilts will be installed to showcase and reference the history of this craft in the province and its continuing legacy.