Patterson Webster’s exhibition Land Marks – nicely translated as Pays sage – explores how
people shape the natural world and are shaped by it. Intrigued
when I attended the show and walked the trails, I asked Webster questions about
her work, to which she responded by email.
Her work is exhibited in a gallery setting at the
North Hatley Library (165 Main Street, North Hatley) and outdoors at Glen Villa
Gardens (1000 chemin North Hatley, Sainte-Catherine–de-Hatley), where you can walk the Abenaki and In Transit trails daily, 1–5 p.m. Enter the property on the private drive
marked with a flag. Follow signs for parking. See brochure and map. Duration of
walk: 45 minutes (1.5 km) round trip.