Join me for the opening of Transitional Movement on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 26, from 2 to 5 pm at Wynick/Tuck Gallery. Curated by Lynne Wynick, this group exhibition features two of my newest pieces alongside works by Jessica Groome, Collette Laliberté, Dyan Marie, Martin Pearce, Monica Tap and Carol Wainio.
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) will be holding a cocktail reception and silent auction fundraiser in conjunction with the TOAE retrospective exhibition 50 Years of Art: Looking Back at the Future.
I have donated a brand new small piece, Omnibus (2011), to the silent auction. The event takes place from 6 – 9 pm on June 9, 2011 and will feature 50 small works by past TOAE exhibitors.
Tickets are $50 per person. To purchase tickets in advance, please call the TOAE office at 416-408-2754. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on June 9th. All proceeds to support the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.
CTV Toronto’s News Reporter, Natalie Johnson, will be the Emcee for the evening. Guests will enjoy music byRichard Whiteman, enjoy award-winning art and participate in a silent auction of small-format artworks and the Catering is provided by Allen’s Restaurant.
My recent piece Amalgam (2011) will be shown as part of the exhibition 50 Years of Art: Looking Back at the Future, a retrospective look at the the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE) to mark its 50th anniversary.
Exhibition information from TOAE:
Over the fifty years of the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, more than 20,000 artists have shown at Nathan Phillips Square. In this unique and generous award programme, artists are selected by accomplished artist peer judges and acknowledged as “best” in their medium. Past “honourable mentions” include the young photographer Edward Burtynsky who was awarded second place in 1982.
How then to select artists to represent the more than 2,500 award winners recorded by the TOAE? Number of awards won? Artists who went on to significant careers? Representation of trends in art? High sales? Audience popularity? It’s an impossible task, but who better than curator Jennifer Rudder, a former board member, jury chair and Executive Director of the TOAE’s annual art show and sale. She has selected innovative award winning artists and makers who push the boundaries of the status quo in their work, breaking out of medium specific conventions and restrictions. Unconventional pioneers in their field, these artists have initiated shifts in the way we view art and craft in Canada today.
Dates: June 8th to July 16th.
Location: FCP Gallery
Address: 100 King Street West, Toronto
FCP Gallery is located in First Canadian Place, at street level near the Adelaide St entrance. Gallery hours Monday through Friday 11am to 3pm. Please contact the TOAE office for more information at 416-408-2754.
See TOAE website for maps to gallery and further details.
I’m pleased to announce that I am now being represented in Halifax, Nova Scotia by Meghan Fish Contemporary Art and Projects
The MFC Launch Exhibition runs from March 25 through April 23, with an opening reception taking place Friday, March 25. All are welcome to attend; click here for details or see the invitation and press release below.
Two of my newest pieces, Blow Up and Jetsam, are on view in this exhibition and are available for purchase through the gallery. They can be seen at www.meghanfish.com or under the Works tab above.
My piece Nexuses is featured in the exhibition Best of 2010 at the FCP Gallery in Toronto from January 17 to February 25, 2011.
An opening reception will take place on Thursday, January 20 from 6 to 8 pm. All are welcome to attend!
BEST of 2010 features the work of the award winners from the 2010 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. My work was awarded both Best in Show and Best in Drawing Category at last summer’s exhibition.
The FCP Gallery is located at 100 King Street West, Toronto in First Canadian Place. Click here for a map to the gallery location in the building.
For more information about the work of the 2010 award winners, please visit www.torontooutdoorart.org
Note: Nexuses was chosen as the feature image for the exhibition postcard (see left) and all other exhibition promotional material.
Lacunae, a solo exhibition of my work opens this Saturday, November 6 at Edward Day Gallery in Toronto. The exhibition will present a number of new works for the first time, alongside a selection of works produced within the past two years.
Please join me at the opening reception, Saturday November 6 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
Edward Day Gallery is located at 952 Queen Street West, Suite 200, Toronto.
416- 921-6540 | www.edwarddaygallery.com
Update: Toronto’s NOW Magazine named Lacunae one the city’s must-see art shows for the week of Nov. 7. See “Scraps and News From Nowhere.”
This article on my art appears in today’s Halifax Chronicle Herald: http://thechronicleherald.ca/ArtsLife/1206956.html
UPDATE (2010-11-03): A PDF version of the article is available here. The above link now requires an account with the newspaper for access.
I had a fantastic weekend at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition! It was a pleasure to meet and talk with so many interesting people with passion for the visual arts. Thank you to everyone who stopped by my booth!
To top it off, on Saturday evening I was awarded both Best in the Drawing Category as well as Best in Show! With over 400 exhibiting artists and very strong artwork throughout the exhibition, the Best in Show award is a real honour.
Special thanks to the prize donors — TD Canada Trust (Best in Show) and The Globe and Mail (Best in Drawing) — all of the TOAE staff and volunteers, as well as my generous booth helpers, Paul, Kathleen and Anne.
I will be showing and selling art at the 49th annual Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition from July 9 to July 11 on Nathan Phillips Square. Come find me at booth WHITE 52.
Friday 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Saturday 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Sunday10: 30 am – 6:30 pm
The Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition is the largest outdoor art exhibition in Canada and has established itself as an important event within the Canadian arts community. The event is a chance for both established and emerging artists to sell work directly to the public. The exhibition has an annual attendance of approximately 100,000 visitors and annual art sales in excess of $2 million.
For more information please visit www.torontooutdoorart.org.
I will be exhibiting and selling works this weekend at the Sunnyside Beach Juried Art Show & Sale.
This is a three-day fine art event that takes place May 28, 29 and 30 in the historic Sunnyside Pavilion on Toronto’s waterfront. It provides a showcase for dynamic emerging and established artists and features painting, drawing, photography and sculpture alongside live music and art performances. Free admission.
For more information including exhibition times, click the image to the right or visit the exhibition website.
A map and directions are available here.