Red and yellow:
In the courtyard at the Surrey Art Gallery.
The art was beautiful, too: our favourites were a "Quilt of Belonging", 36 metres of fabric creations celebrating Canada's various peoples, and Ruth Scheuing's "Silkroads". I wrote about her work when we visited her studio in the 2008 Culture Crawl. (Sweeping nudes ...) She has set up her computer-operated loom in the Gallery, and will be working there until April, creating large Jaquard woven tapestries incorporating,
"the patterns and geography of this important historic trade route (The Silk Road) with key historical textile designs that were instrumental in bridging the cultures and economies of East and West. "This time, we could only look through the door; her Gallery hours are Thursday mornings and Saturday afternoons, 1 to 5, though April 3rd. Well worth a visit. We'll be back.