Born in the coastal village of Ardrishaig, Scotland, artist Mary Smith McCulloch’s solo exhibition explores Intaglio printmaking as a communicative medium that documents the human impact on both the Okanagan and European landscapes. It features a selection of work that touches on historical notes of humanity, civilization, land, and architecture. McCulloch maintains a studio practice overlooking Okanagan Lake and continues to exhibit in Canada and the UK. Her work has been included in many printmaking biennial and triennial exhibitions, group exhibitions, and numerous solo exhibitions. McCulloch is the founder of the Printmaking program at UBC Okanagan.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication that features colour reproductions of selected works and an essay by Curator Christine May.