Donna Spencer has brought together a selection of work to share her vision of the changing of the seasons in rural and urban settings throughout Central Alberta, Saskatchewan and the foothills. (Photo submitted by the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre)

Donna Spencer has brought together a selection of work to share her vision of the changing of the seasons in rural and urban settings throughout Central Alberta, Saskatchewan and the foothills. (Photo submitted by the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre)

Local Artist Donna Spencer featured at Lacombe Performing Arts Centre

LPAC is pleased to have “Wanderings: A Collection of Thoughts” currently on display

The Lacombe Performing Arts Centre is pleased to have “Wanderings: A Collection of Thoughts” currently on display in their exhibition space at the new arts centre.

Local artist Donna Spencer has brought together a selection of work to share her vision of the changing of the seasons in rural and urban settings throughout Central Alberta, Saskatchewan and the foothills. Through her unique use of ceramic panels with glazes applied in a painterly fashion, her imagery speaks of the subtle beauty of the landscapes she strives to represent. On display is also a collection of Donna’s beautiful three-dimensional works.

“Wanderings, A Collection of Thoughts” will be on display at the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre until March 15th. The Centre is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 am to 12pm and 12:30 pm to 3pm.

For more information on the events and programs offered by the LPAC, visit: LacombePAC.com.

-Submitted by Lacombe Performing Arts Centre

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