This year will be our first year since 2011 without our annual Portrait show in June. Since we started the yearly tradition in 2012, it's been one of my favorite shows of the year, one that I am most "hands-on" with as a curator. I love portraiture and look forward to this exhibition each year. Portraits have always been one of the most traditional methods of painting, and each year I work to come up with a new concept that celebrates this tradition, while introducing a theme that appeals to fans of our genre.
Last Saturday, we opened the doors to Glenn Arthur's solo show, Succlusion. As always, Glenn showcases his inclination toward gloriously stylized features and an art nouveau inspired graphic sensibility. Thank you to those who joined us for the opening reception!
This month, we are elated to have Glenn Arthur presenting his solo show Succlusion, a collection of decadent beauty and fantasy inspired by nature. Back in the fall, when Glenn had just begun the series, we had the opportunity to interview him about inspiration, process, and his motto that "Practice makes proficient".
In honor of our showHeavy Metal Lover, here is a chance to get familiar with the artists. All are members of The PRISMA Collective which is a hand selected group of 30 international artists led by painter and curator, Kaspian Shore. Since the group formed in 2011, they have been regularly showing work at various galleries and exhibition spaces around the world.
Sheri DeBow has graced our gallery once again for her showReturn of the Bubblegum Princess. Her dolls are intricately crafted with the same love and passion that is seen when looking at them. Sheri draws great inspiration from the love and joy that her family brings to her life and the fabulous eccentricity that makes her who she is.
Sarah Joncas is a Toronto based artist who has been showing in galleries since she was 16 years old. Her work has matured into a fine combination of highly skilled realism and whimsically graphic beauty. The following interview delves into her process, perfectionism, and continuous growth.
Edith Lebeau's solo showWhen The Light Goes Out. Here, the Canadian artist opens up to us about what she calls her most personal work to date, soothing serious issues with serene pastel palettes and symbolic imagery. Below, she explains a thorough glimpse into her painting process as well as a list of current working artists whose faces you may notice in the series! Swing by the gallery soon to see the work up close.
Sandra Yagi is a surrealist painter working out of her San Francisco studio to create highly informed works inspired by the dramatic realities of ecological dynamics. Here, Sandra has had the graciousness to share very thought-provoking statistics about modern wildlife and the human influence along with a glimpse into how she translates those discoveries into works of art.
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