Po Chun Lau splits her time between Toronto and Newfoundland. Many of her recent paintings show the tranquil, yet rugged landscape of Canada’s eastern most province.

In this exhibition, Po adeptly and with authority depicts Namibia’s Namib Desert, quietly divulging its beauty, grandeur, and harshness.

Mal Wolfe, director of The Greatest Places, in reference to the Namib desert states, “It’s absolutely silent: On a windless day, sometimes all you can hear is a deep, deafening silence…”

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Namib Impression #1 (oil on canvas); 24 x24 in

Namib Impression #2 (oil on wood); 24 x24 in

Namib Impression #4 (oil on canvas); 20 x20 in