One of the installations in Sylvie Roussel-Janssen’s latest exhibit for the Ranger Station Gallery: Circle. (Chris Duchaine/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: Tour the Harrison Ranger Station’s latest exhibit

Sylvie Roussel-Janssens took the Observer on a tour through her work in the gallery

Sylvie Roussel-Janssen’s exhibit at the Ranger Station Gallery is a work of textile experimentation.

Circle showcases the textile sculptures made by Roussel-Janssens over the last 10 years, with six pieces representing different aspects of her art practice. These items were selected for her Ranger Station Gallery, and most are part of larger series.

At her workshop on Saturday, Oct. 19, which saw a few budding artists learn Roussel-Janssen’s technique of fabric burning and thermo-collage in their own textile sculpture, Roussel-Janssen took a moment to give the Agassiz Harrison Observer a tour of her exhibit.

Circle will be at the Ranger Station Gallery until Sunday, Oct. 27.

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