May 3-4, 2014
FRAGMENTS: New Work by GORD SMITH & FRIENDS
April 23- May 11, 2014
Join us for artist talk with Gord Smith
Sunday May 4, 2-4 pm.
"Art is the magic in the mystery, and discovery the reward of intuition "
In the early 80's I began to discover phenonenum that produced a mandala based
on form, light and consciousness, the context of which fuses science philosophy and
Science searches the PAST to find a beginning
Religion searches the FUTURE to find the forever
Philosophy searches the PRESENT to find reality for now
Science is looking for a singularity. It eludes them because it is FELT.
Most cultures call it GOD.
The mandala is built on FACT and LOGIC and yet it mystifies!
As Arthur Conon Doyle said, "There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact."
Much of what is being discovered in quantum physics is in the order of the mandala.
To view more of Gord Smith's work please go to address below.
East Side Boom
Saturday May 3
JOE LAPINSKI + HEAVY ON THE WILLIE
Saturday May 3rd, 8:00 - 10:30pm
PWYC suggested $10
JOE LAPINSKI is an multi-disciplinary musician, producer artist and composer based in St. Catharines, Ontario. His sound is steeped in Canadiana and full of fire with a thoughtful eye on joy. He performs actively as a solo artist, as well as a member of The Woodshed Orchestra, Whitney Pea, The Regards, and Bronx Cheerleader. He is the founder and chief of Yummy Recordings, runs Midtown Studios, and is a co-founder of the In the Soil Arts Festival.
As a songwriter, singer and guitarist he cuts a unique path, rich with what Daniel Lanois describes as "Canadian sonorities".
His 3rd solo recording The Beauty Beyond, co-produced with drummer Dave Clark (Gord Downie, Rheostatics, The Woodshed Orchestra) has garnered an enthusiastic reception in the Canadian press.
PAUL KOLINSKI - HEAVY ON THE WILLIE
Led by multi-instrumentalist super-wild-gentle-soul musician PAUL KOLINSKI - HEAVY ON THE WILLIE is a country music project based on the work of Willie Nelson.
With his unique approach Mr. Paul Kolinski re-polishes some of the lesser known gems from Nelson's incredible catalogue.