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Saturday, April 19th, 2014 (events found - 20)
final day of exhibition
Oli Goldsmith: Straw to Gold ... more
Oli Goldsmith: Straw to Gold.
After a brief hiatus, Goldsmith re-emerges with his distinct pop surrealist style and satirical spirit. Digital art, sampled photography, iconography and poetic ramblings are collaged with abstract painting and quirky sketches to create non-linear narratives. Goldsmith's work is a reflection of our information-saturated society where media bombard us all constantly and often subconsciously. Themes of language, communication and iconography influence the scattered fragments of image and text that populate Oli's paintings.
Alison Milne Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Pure Abstraction Group Show ... more
Pure Abstraction Group Show.
This spring, Bau-Xi Gallery in Toronto is presenting a special group exhibition to highlight the talented abstract artists in the Bau-Xi stable. New work will be shown by artists such as John Barkley, Paul Vexler, Brent Boechler, and Janna Watson among others. Pure Abstraction provides an opportunity to experience and investigate the many visual languages that abstract art can express.
Bau-Xi Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Katrin Korfmann: Count For Nothing ... more
Katrin Korfmann: Count For Nothing.
Katrin Korfmann's work is concerned with photographic concepts of framing, perspective, and the social dimensions of perception. In Count for Nothing, Korfmann's intriguing large-format photographs examine the relationship between the observer and the observed, the effect of the camera on behaviour, and the social codes of the spectator within the public realm. The element of time is an important determinant in her work, which is made visible by presenting different sequential incidents that have been registered within a given period and location, in a singular spatial arrangement. Katrin Korfmann has been widely collected in both private and public collections such as the ING Art Collection, European Patent Office and the Robert Bosch Foundation.
Bau-Xi Photo (T.O. Downtown)
final day of festival
27th Images Festival. Toronto, Canada. Expanding cinema since 1988. Exhibitions at galleries across Toronto! Guided gallery tours, talks and receptions .... Opening night (Apr 10) includes a screening of From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf by CAMP at Royal Cinema (608 College Street, Toronto) 7-8:30pm. Closing night (Apr 19) includes an awards ceremony at Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas Street West, Toronto) 6-6:45pm, and closing night party at United Steelworkers Hall (25 Cecil Street, Toronto) 10:30pm-2am ... more
27th Images Festival. Toronto, Canada. Expanding cinema since 1988.
Exhibitions at galleries across Toronto! Guided gallery tours, talks and receptions.
Artists include: Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Nurjahan Akhlaq, Bambitchell, Ayesha Hameed, Richard Ibghy + Marilou Lemmens, Jesal Kapadia + Brian McCarthy, Reena Katz, Maha Maamoun, P. Mansaram, Naeem Mohaiemen, Darryl Nepinak, Pad.ma, Sarah Pierce, Lucy Raven, Aura Satz, Vivek Shraya and more!
Opening night includes a screening of From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf by CAMP at Royal Cinema (608 College Street, Toronto; $8 members, students & seniors / $15 general public) 7-8:30pm, and opening night party at The Boat (158 Augusta Avenue, Toronto) 9pm-1am.
Closing night (Sat 19 Apr) includes an awards ceremony at Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas Street West, Toronto) 6-6:45pm, and closing night party at United Steelworkers Hall (25 Cecil Street, Toronto) 10:30pm-2am.
27th Images Festival (T.O. Downtown)
screenings
On Screen
Fri 18 Apr, 5-6pm: Speaking Together. 7-8pm: Another Country.
Sat 19 Apr, 7-8pm: Slow Jamz and Animated Texts: Jennifer Chan Spotlight. Works by Jennifer Chan alongside a few videos by other artists. 9-10pm: From Deep by Brett Kashmere...
At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto ... more
On Screen

Thur 10 Apr, 7-8:30pm: From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf by CAMP at Royal Cinema (608 College Street, Toronto). $8 members, students & seniors / $15 general public

Fri 11 Apr, 9-10:30pm
: A Collection of Drops. Local program curated by Johnson Ngo. Works by Byron Chan, Heather Trawick, John Kneller, Nathan Saliwonchyk, Chris Kennedy, John Creson & Adam Rosen, Christine Lucy Latimer, Nicholas Pye, Terra Jean Long, Deirdre Logue. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Sat 12 Apr, 6:30-7:30pm: A Conjuring, A Slow Acting Poison. Works by Karen Yasinsky, Charlotte Pryce, Rhayne Vermette, Hiwa K, Joshua Solondz, Vipin Vijay, Yota Kobayashi & Barry Doupe. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
9-10pm
: Remodeled Beyond Recognition. Works by Ian Cheng, Oliver Laric, Josh Romphf, Benjamin Pearson, Jesse McLean, Juliane Henrich, Matthew Williamson . At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Sun 13 Apr, 6:30-7:30pm
: Film Program in Which There Appear Colour Bars, Greek Pop Songs, Didactic Eye-Makeup, etc. Works by Marisa Hoicka, Sophie Michael, Chris Hoag, Ben Coonley, Amy Halpern, Lauren Cook, Alee Peoples. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
8:30-9:30pm: It for Others by Duncan Campbell. Also screening Chris Marker's Les statues meurent aussi. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Mon 14 Apr, 6:30-7:30pm: Double Nature: International Student Showcase. Works by Kelvin Brown & Jacob Robinson, Paola Buontempo, Metrah Pashaee, Ana Vaz, Minha Park, Parastoo Anoushahpour, Helena Wittmann. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. PWYC.
9-10pm: Loubia Hamra (Bloody Beans) by Narimane Mari. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Tues 15 Apr, 10pm-12am: Open Screening. Bring your short film or video (10min. max please) and share it with your folllow festival-goers. Sign-up starts at 10pm. At Cinecycle, down the lane behind 129 Spadina Avenue, Toronto.

Wed 16 Apr, 6:30-7:30pm
: Resistance, Persistence, and Time. Works by Eve Heller, Herb Theriault, Julie Tremble, Alexandra Gelis, Fern Silva, Brigid McCaffrey. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
8:30-9:30pm: Two Hours Two Minutes. Works by Hito Steyerl, Sarah Morris, Frank Heath, Lukasz Jastrubczak, Jean Eustache. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Thur 17 Apr, 6:30-7:30pm
: murmurations. Works by Chance Taylor, Sasha Waters Freyer, Travis Shilling, Dane Komljen, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Leandro Listorti, Rebecca Meyers. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Fri 18 Apr, 5-6pm
: Speaking Together. Works by Ben Thorp Brown, Jennifer Brady, Manon de Boer, The Otolith Group. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
7-8pm: Another Country. Works by Lindsay McIntyre, Margaret Rorison, Bruno Ramos, Inhan Cho, Aykan Safoglu, Eva Kolcze, Carly Short. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Sat 19 Apr, 7-8pm: Slow Jamz and Animated Texts: Jennifer Chan Spotlight. Works by Jennifer Chan alongside a few videos by other artists (Theodore Darst, Brenna Murphy, Ryan Lynch, Marco Roso), and a few "non-art pieces" selected by Jennifer Chan. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
9-10pm: From Deep by Brett Kashmere. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.
27th Images Festival (T.O. Downtown)
performance / lecture at Gallery TPW
Live Images
Fri 18 Apr, 3-4pm: Talk. Bambitchell and Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen. 9:30-10:30pm: Performance with Screening. Violent X by Evan Calder Williams. The film's soundtrack will be performed by Evan Calder Williams and Taku Unami.
Sat 19 Apr, 2-5pm: Performance Lecture. Working In and Out of the Archive. Pad.ma, Gallery TPW and Images invited a group of artists to respond to the Public Access Digital Media Archive .... Naeem Mohaiemen, Reena Katz, Jesal Kapadia + Brian McCarthy will present the fruits of their inquires ... more
Live Images

Fri 11 Apr, 3-4pm: Talk. Shai Heredia and Srimoyee Mitra on A Space / SAVAC exhibition, Monitor Reruns. At Images Mediatheque, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto. FREE.
6-9pm: Performance. Andrew Lampert: Andrew Lampert's Making Space for More. At Art Gallery of Ontario, FRANK Restaurant, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. Admission included with food and drink purchase. Reservations: www.ago.net/frank or call 416 979 6688.

Sun 13 Apr, 2-3:30pm: Talk / Debate. "Is Art School Killing Art?". At Monarch Tavern, 12 Clinton Street, Toronto. FREE.
5-6pm: Performance. Lucy Raven: On Location. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. PWYC.

Mon 14 Apr, 3-4pm: Talk. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc and Duncan Campbell. At Images Mediatheque, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto. FREE.

Tues 15 Apr, 3-4pm
: Talk. Maha Maamoun and Narimane Mari. At Images Mediatheque, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto. FREE.
7-8:30pm
: Talk. "Painting with a Hammer: Curatorial Accountability in a Biennial Setting" by Tirdad Zolghard. At Harbourfront Centre, Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto. FREE for members of Images and The Power Plant / $15 general public.

Wed 16 Apr, 3-4pm
: Talk. Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens. At Images Mediatheque, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto. FREE.

Thur 17 Apr, 3-4pm
: Talk. Brett Kashmere and Jennifer Chan. At Images Mediatheque, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto. FREE.
9:30-10:30pm: Performance. Taku Unami: The Curse of Vacancy. At Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Fri 18 Apr, 3-4pm
: Talk. Bambitchell and Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen. At Chinatown Centre Mall, 222 Spadina Avenue, Toronto. FREE.
9:30-10:30pm
: Performance with Screening. Violent X by Evan Calder Williams. The film's soundtrack will be performed by Evan Calder Williams and Taku Unami. At Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto. $5 members, students & seniors / $10 general public.

Sat 19 Apr, 2-5pm: Performance Lecture. Working In and Out of the Archive. Pad.ma, Gallery TPW and Images invited a group of artists to respond to the Public Access Digital Media Archive which contains more than 1200 hours of footage focused on material from India. Naeem Mohaiemen, Reena Katz, Jesal Kapadia + Brian McCarthy will present the fruits of their inquires as manifested in online edits, guided tours of specific material in the Archive, and new texts viewable online at the Gallery for the duration of the Festival, as well as in this discursive event pairing a conversation about the project with performances and talks by the artists. At Gallery TPW, 1265 Dundas Street West, Toronto. FREE.
27th Images Festival (T.O. Downtown)
performance / lecture at Gallery TPW 2-5pm
Off Screen. Images Festival's Off Screen program presents media-based installations by Canadian and international artists at local galleries, artist-run centres and public locations, including Mercer Union, Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Xpace Cultural Centre, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Gallery 44, A Space Gallery, YYZ Artists' Outlet, Trinity Square Video, V Tape, Gallery TPW, and Chinatown Centre Mall ... more
Off Screen. Images Festival's Off Screen program presents media-based installations by Canadian and international artists at local galleries, artist-run centres and public locations.

Apr 4-May 24 | artist talk Fri 4 Apr, 6:30pm; reception 7:30pm: Lost Illusions / Illusions perdues by Sarah Pierce / The Metropolitan Complex. Opening night includes performed elements by Kayla Krische and Olivia Simpson. At Mercer Union, 1286 Bloor Street West, Toronto.

Mar 28-Apr 26 | opening Fri 11 Apr, 7-10pm: Darryl Nepinak's Throwbacks by Darryl Nepinak. At Paul Petro Contemporary Art, 980 Queen Street West, Toronto.

Apr 11-May 3 | opening Fri 11 Apr, 7-11pm: Transcending Binaries. Sarah D'Angelo, Adriana Disman, Nathan Flint, Peter Rahul, Bronwen Deurbrouck and Quinn Robertson. Curated by Adrienne Crossman. At Xpace Cultural Centre, 303 Lansdowne Avenue, Unit 2, Toronto.

Apr 12-May 24 | opening Fri 11 Apr, 7-10pm: Curtains by Lucy Raven. At InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, 9 Ossington Avenue, Toronto.

Mar 8-Apr 19
| Off-Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Colour Opponent Process by Aura Satz. At Gallery 44, 401 Richmond Street, Suite 120, Toronto.

Mar 28-May 3 | Off-Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Monitor Reruns. Nurjahan Akhlaq, Ayesha Hameed, P. Mansaram, Vivek Shraya, The Torontonians. Curated by Shai Heredia. At A Space Gallery, 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 110, Toronto.

Apr 10-26 | Off-Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Cinema chez les Balantes by Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc. At YYZ Artists' Outlet, 401 Richmond Street, Suite 140, Toronto.

Apr 12-26 | Off-Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Silent Citizen by Bambitchell (Sharlene Bamboat and Alexis Mitchell). At Chinatown Centre Mall, 222 Spadina Avenue, Toronto.

Apr 12-May 9 | Off Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Is There Anything Left to be Done at All by Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens. At Trinity Square Video, 401 Richmond Street, Suite 376, Toronto.

Apr 12-May 17 | Off Screen launch Sat 12 Apr, 2-5pm: Night Visitor: The Night of Counting the Years by Maha Maamoun. At V Tape, 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 452, Toronto.

Apr 10-26 | performance lecture Sat 19 Apr, 2-5pm: Working In and Out of the Archive. Pad.ma, Reena Katz, Jesal Kapadia and Brian McCarthy, Naeem Mohaiemen. Gallery TPW, 1265 Dundas Street West, Toronto.
27th Images Festival (T.O. Downtown)
screening
FREE Saturday 3pm screenings at CAMERA, Toronto's premiere lounge, screening room and gallery venue, located within Stephen Bulger Gallery. Apr 19: Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles, Dir. Yimou Zhang (China: 2005), 107min. Apr 26: Still Life, Dir. Zhangke Jia (China: 2006), 111min ... more
FREE Saturday 3pm screenings at CAMERA, Toronto's premiere lounge, screening room and gallery venue, located within Stephen Bulger Gallery.
Apr 5: Zhou Yu's Train, Dir. Zhou Sun (China: 2002), 97min.
Apr 12: Drifters, Dir. Xiaoshuai Wang (China: 2003), 121min.
Apr 19: Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles, Dir. Yimou Zhang (China: 2005), 107min.
Apr 26: Still Life, Dir. Zhangke Jia (China: 2006), 111min.
May 3: A Woman, A Gun and a Noodle Shop, Dir. Yimou Zhang (China: 2010), 95min.
Please note: Film schedule may be subject to change. Please contact the gallery at 416 504 0575 to confirm. www.bulgergallery.blogspot.com. www.camerabar.ca.
Stephen Bulger Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Y. M. Whelan: New Paintings ... more
Y. M. Whelan: New Paintings.
yumart (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Mavi Art Group Spring Show. Five Turkish artists – Sara B. Caglar, Mustafa Cetin, Sevim Onen, Vladimir Topal, Gabriel Ruhi Tuna ... more
Mavi Art Group Spring Show. Five Turkish artists – Sara B. Caglar, Mustafa Cetin, Sevim Onen, Vladimir Topal, Gabriel Ruhi Tuna.
Gallery Hittite (T.O. Yorkville/Midtown)
final day of exhibition
Tadeusz Biernot: Trialogue. Multi-award winning Toronto artist Tadeusz Biernot turns to his roots in painting with his new show Trialogue (a form of silent "trialogue" between artist, the imaginary subject and the viewer) ... more
Tadeusz Biernot: Trialogue.
Multi-award winning Toronto artist Tadeusz Biernot turns to his roots in painting with his new show Trialogue (a form of silent "trialogue" between artist, the imaginary subject and the viewer).
Tadeusz Biernot, who is the 2003 gold medal winner for broadcast design for Space Channel, PROMAX Broadcast Design Awards, NYC, states, "The driving force behind my paintings is curiosity. The more I discover, through the process of painting, the more that remains to be discovered. Each layer of paint, each brush stroke, ignites my memory and sparks my imagination".
Biernot concentrates his attention on the expression of the human face. The face, a striking part of the body, is the strongest link between our earthly bodies and our ethereal souls. All feelings, emotions, desires and fears can be read in our faces. Biernot attempts to portray those human emotions without dramatic expressions, in his way he wants us to relearn how to see. He arrives at a colour scheme rather subconsciously. Mediums and tools are irrelevant to the process, but whatever he uses (pastels, acrylics, oils), he aims to create a specific aura around his subjects (according to their moods).
Biernot believes there is no difference between light and truth. Light brings everything to life. He lights his subjects the way he wants to bring them to the surface.
Leonardo Galleries (T.O. Yorkville/Midtown)
final day of exhibition, Falls Gallery
The Maple Show ... more
The Maple Show. This exhibition features Alton Mill artists in a show of all things maple, in conjunction with Hills of Headwaters Tourism's A Taste of Maple celebration.
Alton Mill Arts Centre (T.O. Environs)
Easter weekend show & sale (Apr 18-20)
Twister! Lynne McIlvride's annual Easter weekend studio show of paintings and constructions. Twister! – new paintings, linoprints and fibre sculpture – an annual exhibition in a slightly new location: 14260 Marsh Hill Road, Utica (between Port Perry and Uxbridge; 1 hour NE of Toronto). Take 401 East to Salem, North on Salem, East (right) on Rossland, North (left) on Lakeridge / Durham 23, East (right) on Goodwood Road / Regional Road 21 towards Port Perry, left on Marsh Hill Road at Utica. 14260 Marsh Hill Road is located on the left across from a red brick church. Google map "Lynne McIlvride". www.mcilvride-evans.com. LynneMcilvride@icloud.com ... more
Twister! Lynne McIlvride's annual Easter weekend studio show of paintings and constructions.
Twister! – new paintings, linoprints and fibre sculpture – an annual exhibition in a slightly new location: 14260 Marsh Hill Road, Utica (between Port Perry and Uxbridge; 1 hour NE of Toronto).
Take 401 East to Salem, North on Salem, East (right) on Rossland, North (left) on Lakeridge / Durham 23, East (right) on Goodwood Road / Regional Road 21 towards Port Perry, left on Marsh Hill Road at Utica. 14260 Marsh Hill Road is located on the left across from a red brick church. Google map "Lynne McIlvride". www.mcilvride-evans.com. LynneMcilvride@icloud.com.
Lynne McIlvride (T.O. Environs)
guided tours
Weekend Tours. 12:30pm: McMichael Highlights Tours cover works from the permanent collection including the Group of Seven, Aboriginal and Inuit. 2pm: Special exhibitions tours ... more
Weekend Tours.
12:30pm: McMichael Highlights Tours cover works from the permanent collection including the Group of Seven, Aboriginal and Inuit.
2pm: Special exhibitions tours.
All tours are approximately 45 minutes in length and are included with gallery admission.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection (T.O. Environs)
guided tour 2pm
Guided tours. Exhibitions on view: A Study in Scarlet, Janet Read, The Varley Story and Colour, In Theory ... more
Guided tours. Exhibitions on view: A Study in Scarlet, Janet Read, The Varley Story and Colour, In Theory.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham (T.O. Environs)
guided tour 2pm
Tour Days. Learn more from our skilled docents about the fascinating works on display. Please arrive five minutes early to purchase admission and/or receive entry sticker from the AGH Front Desk ... more
Tour Days. Learn more about the fascinating works on display from our skilled docents. Please arrive five minutes early to purchase admission and/or receive entry sticker from the AGH Front Desk. Exhibition tickets: FREE to members / $8 students & seniors / $10 non-members. Large groups: Please call in advance: 905 527 6610 x272. Families: Pick up a Discovery Kit and a Family Activity Book at the Front Desk!
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Kim Moodie: All But Not ... more
Kim Moodie: All But Not. Main Gallery.
Epics of visual speculative fiction, the drawings of London artist Kim Moodie seem to flow as streams of dark yet humorous creativity from an escape valve in the artist's imagination. The artist's particular narratives and inspirations ultimately remain with him, but within the work the adventure is ours. All But Not presents Moodie's latest drawings, including some of his largest, most detailed works to date and are complemented by smaller-scale icons in raw grisaille. Moodie's weird subjects, each astounding in their meticulous depiction – leap from the page to assert their own irreverent personalities and take viewers on a journey into the heart of horror vacui. An artwork has a life of its own modified by decisions, contemplated or intuitive, made during production and further mediated by the viewer. Moodie's works have a sense of melancholy, in his words: "as if there is never enough, not but all, all but not."
Organized and circulated by Museum London.
Woodstock Art Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition, Main Space
Alexandra Brickman, Sarah Love, Magdalena Slabosz: Bodies & Bonds ... more
Alexandra Brickman, Sarah Love, Magdalena Slabosz: Bodies & Bonds.
An exhibition of figurative painting and portraiture that explores the human condition.
Love's portraits reflect the experiences of adolescence and how this impacts identity during periods of transition.
Brickman's work deals with themes of childhood memory and experience that capture the innocent and inquisitive nature of children.
Slabosz's paintings explore the subconscious through studies of the human figure, portraiture and still life. In her work the human body is employed as a visual representation of memory and a personification of emotional responses which occur when recounting forgotten life events.
Union Gallery (Ontario East)
final day of exhibition, Project Space
Emily Zielke: Wednesday of the Week ... more
Emily Zielke: Wednesday of the Week – an installation and performance that reflects on the artist's interest in exploring the complexities of the human condition and the rigidity of social conventions. The work includes a psychiatric "help" booth much like the one in Charles Schulz's Peanuts comic, and sculptural elements in the form of life-sized figures that represent the artist's personal anxieties. Constructed of materials that make them appear unfinished and unsettled the figures are positioned in a chaotic formation behind the artist as she invites visitors to engage in conversation at various times throughout the exhibition.
Union Gallery (Ontario East)
workshop 1:30-4:30pm
Leather & Porcupine Quill Barrette – with Crystal Zettel.
$25 members / $35 non-members ... more
Leather & Porcupine Quill Barrette – with Crystal Zettel.
$25 members / $35 non-members.
Grimsby Public Art Gallery (Community Courses)

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