Anthropause: Natalie MacKnight
When the world shut down, Natalie MacKnight embraced the solitude of local trails that she hadn’t traversed in many years. Regular walks through the forest revealed to her the subtleties of day-to-day changes in color, texture and quality of light. What remained constant through it all, though, were massive boulders that punctuate the trailside. These boulders, and the spaces they define in their surroundings, became a new source of inspiration. MacKnight’s artworks in this exhibit are an exploration of the emotional presence of these boulders in the forest.