I am participating yet again in the Bayview Art Tour. This is when I open up my house and the public is free to come in and see my work.
So yet again I’ve submitted 3 pieces to the AWOL gallery annual Square Foot Show. This is a Toronto show that requires all submissions to measure exactly 12″ x 12″, be no more than 5″ thick, and able to be hung squarely on a wall. The gallery hangs one, two or all three of an artists submissions depending.
The Crane Visits
I’ve got a couple of my Kuwaiti Dancers entered into the Spring show for the DVAC. They are easy to spot – nobody submitted anything at all like my drawings 🙂
I have an installation at the Homeway Restaurant ( http://www.homewayrestaurant.ca/ ) running through March 2012 and into April.
So I just had a Tree Dancer accepted in the 59th Colour and Form Society Annual Juried Exhibition. Excellent for me 🙂
I am taking part in the Don Valley Art Club Fall Show, and the Bayview Art Tour 2011 this fall.
Friday, September 2nd-5th, 2011 (Labor Day Weekend) I will be exhibiting my Tree Dancer drawings and a few paintings in the Distillery District annual art show.
The AWOL Gallery on Ossington here in Toronto is holding their annual Square Foot show again this summer. They accept the first 500 artists, each of whom can submit up to 3 pieces. The theme of the show is that all pieces have to be exactly one square foot – 12″ per side – and no more than 5 inches deep. The gallery decides whether to hang one or more of the submissions from each artist. Some years I’ve had all 3 hung,
The Don Valley Art Club is holding it’s annual Spring Show at the Paper Mill Gallery at Todmorden Mills on Pottery Road in Toronto.
The show is running May 7 & 8, and May 14 from 12 pm to 5 pm, and Sunday May 15 from 12 pm to 3 pm. The address is 67 Pottery Road, Toronto Ontario.
The show always has a wide range of work and you will see some beautiful pieces. Please come out and have a look.
The Dignam Gallery run by the Women’s Art Association of Canada has invited me to take part in this show. There are 6 artists showing the results of their own experience with the 6th Sense, which the curator Deniz Ergun-Seker feels is a key element in the artistic conversation. I was thrilled to be asked to share my own explorations and imaginings at the gallery. It would be great if people came by and saw the work.
The show runs from May 19 –