Alongside the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District, I’ll have my doors open to the public with new artworks on view and for sale. Lots of gift-able pieces available! For free entry into the grounds go to the green express gate at any point of entry and them you are attending an event at Artscape.
X: TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY
Opening Friday September 12th from 6-8pm
WALL SPACE GALLERY is so proud to announce their 10 year anniversary in Westboro Village. To celebrate and kick off the next ten years, they will present a 10-artist group show centring in on a cross-medium examination of contemporary artistic talent.
On Saturday September 8th myself and a couple of other studios on the fourth floor of the Case Goods Warehouse will be opening our doors to the public. Stop by to to see new work and say hello! Lots of drawings and smaller paintings will be on sale.
Wondrous Ways features works by Deniz Altug, Shahrzad Amin, Noma Bliss, Paul Brown, Jacques Descoteaux, Joyce Fournier, Heather Gentleman, Cristina Getson, Roshanak, Heravi Henry Ho, Nicole Krstin, Vanessa McKernan, Anna Medvedeva, Julie Ourceau, Jayne Sims, Kirk Sutherland, Massey Vishdehi and Candace Wilson.
Featuring the work of 8 Toronto based painters, the exhibition explores themes related to leisure and impermanence. The artists explore these themes through various strategies including depicting the nuanced relationship between humans and their environment in the experience of leisure, the enjoyment and exploitation of nature, depictions of fantastical and manufactured landscapes, and through the tradition of nature-morte and the impermanence of the human experience.
Working in a range of traditions from abstraction to still-life to surrealism to expressionism the works in the exhibition range in use of materials from traditional oil paints, to tree bark, to sparkles and inkjet, to wax and carbon pencil and more.
Works by: Amanda Baron, Chen Cao, Kaitlin Johnson, Vanessa McKernan, James Olley, Ester Pugliese, Cortney Stevenson, Daniel St -Amant
Featuring 17 of Toronto’s diverse women artists.
This curated group show explores different ways that layers and processes come together to create not just the art itself, but also insight into some of the layers of each unique individual as an Artist, Creator, and Woman. A percentage of proceeds will go towards Sistering: A Woman’s Place.