Friday, September 8, 2017
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
|Explosion Time! (and I)|
48 x 60 acrylic on masonite
Carriageway Studios is a charming meeting place with artists'studios, a gallery, and epicurean delights from North Market. For those of you who couldn't be there in person, here's a quasi-virtual version of the show:
This was my ‘Hello World’ exhibition to introduce my work to new friends and fellow creatives in downtown Almonte.
All of these works except for ‘Sister Planet
18 x 30 acrylic on wood
The exhibition is divided into two segments. Space Scapes is an ongoing series expressing the beauty of celestial bodies, both known and unknown. Tiny particles of metal and minerals are incorporated through action-painterly processes that harness the laws of physics and produce geological analogies.
|Imminent on the left incorporates acrylic |
and clay from Algonquin Township.
Kostabi has gold-coated titanium particles.
|Detail from 'Harvest'|
This piece speaks about experiences
from which we gain in some way.
|"Bye for now."(another detail from 'Harvest')|
Sunday, July 2, 2017
My work here is featured as the promo image for the 'Roaming Art Gallery' at Brioche Dorée, 648 King St West, Toronto. This piece, entitled Gravitational Lensing and Gas Giants is one of four of my paintings whose images rotated on a large HD screen along with other artists' works.
This year's virtual exhibition features four new paintings of Saturn. It will run for 12 weeks. If you're in the area and want a delicious snack with 'un bon café', go to Brioche Dorée!
The Roaming Art Gallery owes it's very existence to the many talents of Jim at
Friday, May 26, 2017
Earlier this month I had the opening for my abstract show at Art Square Gallery.
The location is choice; across from the Art Gallery of Ontario and my old alma mater OCADU.
The gallery space is well laid out and accessible from Dundas St. West, and although it's a partially underground walk-down entrance, it's a much larger gallery than the space above street level.
The vernissage was very well attended with press from Snap magazine and many of my loved chums from my school days and cool days.
Thanks for hanging with me, guys!
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