Open Studio Print Sales Gallery at Art Toronto 2012
October 26-29, 2012
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building, Exhibit Hall A & B 255 Front Street West
Join Open Studio at Art Toronto 2012,
where the Open Studio Print Sales Gallery will exhibit a selection of
original fine art prints by artists Tara Cooper, Karen Curry, Elizabeth
D’Agostino, Doug Guildford, Jean Gumpper, Christopher Hutsul, Libby
Hague, Brian Kelley, Jenn Law, Jane Low Beer, Brenda Joy Lem, Shinsuke
Minegishi, Shogo Okada, Loree Ovens, Liz Parkinson, Endi Poskovic,
Walter Procska, Sandi Ralph, Penelope Stewart, Otis Tamasauskas, Daryl
Vocat, Janice Wong and Laurie Zinkand-Selles.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Check out my recent work in the vitrines at Harbourfront. The group exhibition titled Re:Arrange is curated by Patrick Macaulay includes the artwork of Michael Abraham, John Abrams, Vanessa Maltese, Lorna Mills, Luke Painter, Craig Porter, David Trautrimas.
Here's a few installation shots.
Monday, June 4, 2012
Come visit me at my studio on Saturday June 23rd from 1-5pm. I'll be doing some spring cleaning and pulling out lots of work. Lot's of works on paper for sale. Drop by and say hello and see what's new in the studio.
Studio Open House
Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 1-5 pm
Come see what’s new in the studio.
Prints, drawings and sculpture.
8 Rexford Road, Toronto, ON.
M6S 2M3 (Dundas and Windermere)
Side door entrance
image: Room to Breathe I,II,IV. Monotype, lithography, screenprint, 30" x 54"
Monday, January 30, 2012
Normally, I don't do large editions but I was invited by my good friend and colleague
Johntimothy Pizzuto from the University of South Dakota and John Driesbach to participate
in a print portfolio. Here's a few sneak peaks of "Tales from the Blue Forest", Etching and
Silkscreen on Gampi tissue. Ready to be packed and shipped to Ohio then New Orleans for the
2012 Southern Graphics Conference International in New Orleans.
Tangled Up in Blue/Tied to the Mast From “Over the Rainbow” to “Route 66” traveling, whether home to Penelope in Ithaca
or down the yellow brick road to Oz, has been the stuff of myth and song throughout
history. Artists in this portfolio have examined travel in song and myth. Life’s cross
currents, that is, travel and travail, moving through time, moving through life, are
chronicled in twenty-five images hand printed through traditional and non-traditional
means. Organizers: John Driesbach and Johntimothy Pizzuto