The “Reimagine” series developed out of Amy Stewart’s encounters with natural and urban environments. Through a process of observation, deconstruction, and transformation, Stewart represents geographical shapes and structures through her own aesthetic vision. Soft and angular layers of colour stretch across Stewart’s canvases, intersecting with strong, geometric lines. The abstract nature of these paintings attest to the diverse ways in which we all regard the spaces we occupy through our own unique perspectives. For Stewart, “whatever location I’m in has a profound influence on me. These pieces articulate the way places—mountains, buildings, forest, sky—look to me as they are filtered through my imagination.” By playing with shape and form, the pieces in “Reimagine” offer a way to see the world differently.