Lyndal Osborne talks about her work in Our Own Backyard 
at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery in Sarnia, Ontario, 2015

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I feel like an archeologist seeking and retrieving discarded fragments of the urban environment and the dried out remains of natures' seasons. All have gone through their prime of life and now remain as relics of past glories. The objects are then recreated by me as a direct response to my encounters in nature in the role of observer and participant. I am expressing in my work images which are about timelessness and regeneration. In one sense it is a form of purification, but it is also a way to understand death and to celebrate life through our need to define and humanise our existence on this planet.              2003
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