Thursday, October 17, 2013

Art Toronto - October 25-28

Art Toronto - October 25-28

Visit us from October 25-28 at Booth #802
Art Toronto, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Artists that we will be exhibiting:

Early collages and "Sheila's Legs", a 1964 painted construction by Greg Curnoe
Susan Dobson photographs of seascapes seen through vintage ground glass
New felted soft sculptures and beework figurines by Aganetha Dyck
Rare 1960s ceramic sculptures and signature paintings by Gathie Falk
Natalka Husar's "Why They Behave Like Russians" bookcover paintings
An exquisite suite of 16 x 20 in. Wanda Koop paintings
Historical Ron Martin paintings
New portrait paintings by Erik Olson
A selection of Diana Thorneycroft's newest "Canadian and American" photographs

and a few secondary market surprises...

Friday -- October 25, 12 - 8pm
Saturday -- October 26, 12 - 8pm
Sunday -- October 27, 12 - 6pm
Monday -- October 28, 12 - 6pm

Upcoming November Exhibition

The Vanishing Line, Acrylic on Canvas, 2012, 56 x 69 in.

Michael Smith -- The Vanishing Line
Opening Reception with the artist on Saturday, November 9 from 2-4pm

Michael Smith believes that landscape painting is not a reflection of nature but rather a stage in which to enact the imagination.  In this new suite of paintings, Smith's imaginative stage becomes an immersive experience of ancient forest floors, private watering holes and reflective light.  Painted from a low perspective, we are invited to walk into each painting and are allowed to get lost inside the lush forest landscape that Michael Smith has created.


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