Jutila’s show comes to Mudsharks Café from April 3 – 30. 
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Playful work lining the walls at Mudsharks

Sheron Jutila brings her unique mix of playful and expressive work to her upcoming art show.

Her show comes to Mudsharks Café from April 3 to 30. This body of work explores themes of The Unresolved Heart (inspired by Maria Rilke’s poem) Veil of Illusion and Call and Response (a collage collaboration).

Jutila works mostly in paint and collage. Her pieces reflect a journey inward through symbolism and exploration, blending fine art and free-expression or process art. She creates for herself and uses authenticity as a check-point to stay away from perfectionism.

She also enjoys sharing her work (and opening dialogue) with others. To learn more about Jutila and her work visit sheronjutila.ca.

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