City Hall showcases work by Saskatchewan artist Alison Norlen
Visitors to City Hall will be able to view the work of Saskatchewan artist Alison Norlen. Luna, a wireframe rollercoaster, is on loan from the Saskatchewan Arts Board and will be on display at the entrance of City Hall from February 3 to July 30, 2020.
Norlen’s Luna is a fun, whimsical sculpture that is sure to enhance the space and allow visitors to City Hall the opportunity to view and enjoy this artwork by a Saskatchewan artist. The installation is part of the City’s commitment to support and highlight the work of Saskatchewan artists.
Multisensory and personal, Norlen’s drawings and sculptures are large in scale and complex, ranging from wire sculptures to graphite and charcoal drawings. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and is held in both private and public collections throughout Canada and the United States.
This is the City’s second art installation in the main entrance of City Hall in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Arts Board. The first installation, Paula Cooley’s Lucent, was on display at this location in 2019.