Saturday, 30 June 2018

The Printmaking Show, Reception June 28th. 2018

Here are some photos of the reception of The Printmaking show on June 28th. 
The show will be on until July 15th.
A must see!



















Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Scissors, Paper, Steel

June 9th was the reception for Marcus Berns' and Ethel Shoul's joint show, Scissors, Paper, & Steel - A Retrospective. Their work will remain on display at GAS until June 24th, so come on down!

In the meantime, here are some photos from the reception. Enjoy!



























Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Philip Hare: #beautyiseverything

Philip Hare's latest show at GAS is called #beautyiseverything. Please enjoy these photos from the reception on May 17th:









Saturday, 5 May 2018

Dust - April 28th, 2018

Dust is the quietest big band in the known world. Founded in the early 20th century by beekeeper and violinist Abraham Dust, the ensemble began as a traveling novelty attraction known regionally throughout the southeastern United States until the Great Depression. Reconvened in Toronto nearly a century later with the blessing and guidance of its founder, Dust gracefully maintains the long held assertion that all that vanishes is not lost.

Performers include but are not limited to:

Michelangelo Iaffaldano
Chris Adriaanse
Nicolas Buligan
Cory Latkovich
Lina Allemano

Dust performed at GAS recently. If you couldn't make it, here's a taste of what you missed!




Matt Wood: TotalShiftShow

Of his show's title, artist Matt Wood says:


At first the Shift in the Shift Show was just a chance to get a joke in.  Then it was about materials: I’ve recently moved from working almost exclusively on plywood to mixing in some pieces on canvas.  It has been an adventure transitioning to the bounce and life that canvas has, and it has brought me back to working more with brushes; they just get along so well.  It wasn’t long, however, before it began to be about so much more – all the other shifts in the work and the world.  The shift to the optimism of spring after a hard winter grind.  The shift between depth and surface.  The shift between intention and intuition.  The shift from the private act of painting to public act of exhibition.  The shift between this physical world, and the spiritual one right behind it.
I am excited about the way that a two-dimensional pursuit like painting can accommodate, illustrate and illuminate all of these shifts. Nothing is still.  Everything shifts.  Thanks for coming along for the ride.


Matt's work will be on display at GAS until May 13th, 2018. Come see!

Also, check out these pics from the show's reception on April 29th.