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What Was: unmarked by Helen O'Toole

O'Toole's paintings probe this covert mess of darkness and trauma, implicating the inner lives of her ancestors and their sense of place. She alludes to an otherwise cloaked connection to a darker past that persists. The burnt-out big houses, the remains of famine cottages, and the limestone walls surrounding stony green fields are expressions of the stories told, marking out what’s mine and what’s yours. Land markers and erasures divulge the stains and concealment of past histories.

Starts: March 04, 2022

Occurs: Every week on Sunday Monday, Friday, Saturday, until May 30, 2022
Time: Friday-Monday 11-5

Admission: $10, members free

Location: San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street, Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Contact Person:: Wendy Smith

Phone: 360-370-5050


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