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Fire & Steel Contemporary Artist Blacksmith Exhibition FORGED IN FIRE: This exhibition showcases a collaborative group of artist blacksmiths from across Southwestern Ontario. The collection of handmade objects is a cross-section of functional, architectural and sculptural ironwork. This compelling body of work is an honest expression of what is capturing the imagination of blacksmiths, who make a living hammering hot metal in order to re-shape it into useful, pleasing or thought-provoking objects of art. This is the first time in Ontario that artists blacksmiths have collaborated for a gallery exhibition!
Event Date 02-21-2019
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Categories Art Exhibitions and Sales
Event Date 03-06-2019 10:00 am
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Categories Art Exhibitions and Sales,Visual Art
North: New Work by Barbara Shaw and Oxanna Adams An exhibition of new works by Barbara Shaw and Oxanna Adams will be mounted at Silence, Guelph. Opening reception and artist talk on April 5th from 7pm-9pm
Event Date 04-03-2019
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H20 Water for Good: 3 artists | 3 walls | 1 planet This exhibition features the work of 3 different artists who have been inspired by our oceans, lakes or rivers. Water speaks to us in many ways. And it has a lot to teach and remind us. Rebecca Brianceau, Carolyn Sharp and Helen Utsul have each embraced the beauty of water in a way that will harken peaceful days at the beach, the power and might of the ocean, the restful calm of our rivers. The exhibition will also remind us that our water is precious, and clean water is something worthy of protecting. OPENING RECEPTION is Saturday April 6th from 2 -4PM. Gallery is open 6 days a week. Admission is always free. For more information visit https://eloracentreforthearts.ca/galleries/harris-exchange-gallery/
Event Date 04-04-2019
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Metropolitans - Exhibition by Sherry Czekus In ‘Metropolitans’, Czekus considers the crowd as an entity that forms as a result of the structure of the urban environment. Looking back to Flaneurism in the late 19th c in Europe, Czekus investigates the rise of urban culture as a social phenomenon where people took to the sidewalks of the city, as a way to see and be seen, interacting, socializing publicly. She records her experience and observations initially through video and photography and then employs paint and the process of painting to portray the urban crowd as a single entity. Abstracted segments of the figures and patterns on clothing dominate the shallow space in the paintings that attempt to illustrate the visual perception of the everyday experience of city life. The paintings conceal the identities of the individual figures caught in the scene in an effort to expose the identity of the crowd at large. OPENING RECEPTION is Saturday April 6 from 2 - 4PM. For more information visit https://eloracentreforthearts.ca/galleries/minarovich-gallery/ Gallery open 6 days a week. Admission is always free.
Event Date 04-04-2019
Individual PriceFree
Categories Art Exhibitions and Sales
 
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