The Mennonite Heritage Museum (1818 Clearbrook Rd.) holds a gallery exhibit called “Three Second Peaks,” featuring the work of artist Neil Peter Dyck.
The exhibit opened Jan. 24 and runs until March 2. It is free to view.
Dyck is a Manitoban artist currently based in Vancouver.
Working intuitively on hard board to create non-representational paintings, Dyck’s rudimental investigations embrace a harmony of collage and painting.
Dyck has exhibited across Canada, including the Toronto International Art Fair, and was awarded the Heinz Jordan Prize in Painting in 2004 and 2005 and the artist in residence in Yellowknife in February 2016.
Visit mennonitemuseum.org for more information.