“Speed Eramosa” by Luc Palmer

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Speed Eramosa, Mixed Media, 8’ x 4’, by Luc Palmer, 2015.

Speed Eramosa, Mixed Media, 8’ x 4’, by Luc Palmer, 2015.

“Speed Eramosa” is composed of plaster and ink on a plywood base. The intention of the piece is to reveal the patterns and forms of landscape that surround us and our relation to them. Similar to other early Canadian cities, Guelph was located where two rivers met. Both the Speed and Eramosa rivers have shaped the way the city has organized and imposed itself on the landscape.

About the artist

Luc Palmer grew up in Vancouver and attended the University of Victoria where he received a Bachelor in Visual Arts and a Minor in Geography. During this time, he worked with common materials such as wood and metals to create large scale sculptures. Luc is now in the Masters of Landscape Architecture program at the University of Guelph. He has combined his two undergraduate degrees in the hopes of furthering his interest in the relation between landscape and people.

palmerluc@gmail.com