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Wild Imperfections at S. Walter Stewart Library, July 4-30 , 2019

Thanks to everyone who showed their support for Women’s Art Project (WAP), art exhibition Wild Imperfections at S. Walter Stewart Public Library. Works from the exhibition are now posted to the Paintings gallery. Here are some photos of the show just after set-up.  

Mere Bodies or Something More? at The Red Head Gallery, August 20-25, 2018

Thanks to everyone who showed their support for Women’s Art Project (WAP), art exhibition Mere Bodies or Something More? at The Red Head Gallery. It’s been a tremendous experience. Works from the exhibition are now posted to the Paintings gallery. Here are some photos of the show just after set-up.

Upcoming 4 Cardinals Points art exhibition at Gallery 1313, May 25 – June 4, 2017

The Women’s Art Project  is a multidisciplinary and diverse group of women artists. The artistic intentions of the collective make experimental work in a supportive, inspiring and collaborative environment. Gallery 1313 is a not-for-profit, charitable artist-run centre located in the Parkdale neighbourhood of downtown Toronto. Gallery 1313 is equally an artist run centre exhibiting local, (…continue reading)

Member’s Exhibition at Lakeshore Arts, Oct 5-Nov 5, 2016

My drawings will be part of the annual Lakeshore Arts Member’s Exhibition. From paper collage to fabric design the Member’s Exhibition plays host to a diversity of forms and content, including elements of abstract and representational art and vivid explorations of memory, heritage, subjectivity and the natural world. Visit Lakeshore Arts for more information. Exhibition (…continue reading)

Collective 19 Exhibition at Gallery 1313, June 23-July 3, 2016

One of my paintings is currently in the Collective 19 members’ exhibition at Gallery 1313.  Curated by the gallery’s art director Phil Anderson, the show celebrates the gallery’s 19-year history, which started as an art collective of 19 artists. The exhibit will be on display until July 3. Gallery 1313 1313 Queen Street West, Toronto, (…continue reading)