BEFORE AND AFTER: JUNE 18th-JULY 25th
featuring work by Vince Boyko, David Brandy, Musa Musa and Felicity Somerset
Photographers and painters come together showcasing work where the human subject is absent. Instances are captured and the viewer is left to decide whether a narrative has just ended or has yet to begin. Featuring work by Vince Boyko, David Brandy, Musa Musa and Felicity Somerset
Exhibition Runs June 18th-July 25th
**It’s our last exhibition before our summer break in August so be sure to come out!
Thursday June 18th
Artists will be in attendance
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image credit: “Cornfield Sofa” Felicity Somerset, photographic print
Yellow House Gallery 1 Year Anniversary Exhibition:
May14th-June 13th 2015
Featuring works by Andre Kan, K. Claire MacDonald, and Cortney Stephenson
This exhibition brings three of Toronto’s top emerging and contemporary artists to the Kingston Road Village arts scene in celebration of our one year anniversary in this amazing community!Andre Kan is an award winning Toronto artist, with his work gracing the front page of the Toronto Star’s entertainment section just this Spring. His vibrant drip paintings are guided by his interest in architecture and abstract forms.Cortney Stephenson has an active Toronto practice, recently having a solo exhibition at both Soho Lobby Gallery and Project Gallery in Toronto. With her dynamic mixed media work, Stephenson explores the forms of landscape and the graphics of urban design.K. Claire MacDonald is the current artist in residnece at the Harborfront Centre in Toronto. Her work is based on an interdisciplinary approach that seeks to combine her interest in painting with her metalsmithing practice.This exhibition is sponsored by Temple Rock Holdings Inc.—
“This is Paradise” March 10th-April 4th 2015
Melissa Espina explores themes of spontaneity and identity- ” I create abstract paintings simultaneously, to search and embrace a visceral lifestyle. By contrasting themes of chance verses ideas of plan and static, I work towards a path of discovery by understanding the influence of what surrounds us.” -EspinaLaunched in 2014, PH1 Collective brings a collaborative series between Melissa Espina and Digital Film Editor, Pietro Gallo.”Together, we combine the medium of encaustic painting with elements of photography to explore the idea of nostalgia and memory. The artists highlight the day-to-day moments that may otherwise be unnoticed.” -Espina&Gallo
Thursday March 12th from 6:30 until 9:30pm
Artists will be in attendance!
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image: “Streetcar”, PH1 Collective, encaustic on wood panel, 2015
Mxed Media work by Adi Zur
April 9th-May 9th 2015
Opening reception for “Abstract Connection”:
Thursday April 9th from 6:30-9:30pm
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Exhibition runs until May 9th 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday February 12th, 2015
Artists will be in attendance.
What does cognition mean to you? How do we interpret these mental abilities and processes in our daily mark making? As we examine the inner workings of the mind and how it affects the human experience, how does art help us learn to let go?
Guest curator Andre Kan brings together several artist who explore these questions. Exhibition runs until February 21st 2015Participating artists: