Posts Tagged ‘Art Show’

Osez Jaune (Dare Yellow) Group Exhibition

Osez Jaune (Dare Yellow) Group Exhibition

Bright, warm and refreshing, the colour yellow is the chromatic theme of this year’s exhibition at the Maison des Arts et de laCulture de Brompton. The cultural Centre invited artists to interpret the subject in a wide range of mediums for its annual member group exhibition.Along with 69 other artists, I answered the open call…

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Binary / Non-Binary Group Exhibition at GESTE Paris

My Artwork Selected for 3rd Geste Group Exhibition Binary / Non-Binary

My recent digital artwork entitled Tokenized Cloud Sphere Eleven ATL to YYZ was selected to be on display at the Binary / Non-Binary GESTE exhibition in Paris, France. GESTE is committed to experimental processes and invites photo-based artworks from outside the normal bounds of photography. In its third edition, the GESTE exhibition held for the…

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New Group Exhibition Intersection Éponyme

New Group Exhibition Intersection-Eponyme

You are invited to the upcoming group exhibition INTERSECTION ÉPONYME, which features 35 artists originally from or residing in Sherbrooke, QC. I am showcasing two new paintings of my Exclamatory Intermezzo series. Here is a small sneak preview of my work in progress: Work in Progress: Glimpse in the Tropopause – Top View 11 x…

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New Traveling Group Exhibition

New Travelling Group Exhibition: Le Canada pour moi c'est ...

New Traveling Group Exhibition: Le Canada pour moi c’est … Please stop by at the new traveling group exhibition “Le Canada pour moi c’est…” (translated: Canada for me is …) at seven venues across the Eastern Townships until the end of the year. This group exhibition showcases works of 50 francophone, anglophone and immigrant artists…

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How To Prepare For Your First Art Show

How To Prepare for your First Art Show

When I received my acceptance letter for my first art show, the feeling of excitement quickly changed to dread as reality set in: this would be my first public appearance as an artist, and I had no idea what to expect. For the first time, I was leaving the comfortable space of my studio at…

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