Jason McLean's "Son of a Salesman" opened to a lively crowd on Saturday, November 7. We were also graced with a performance by "The Canadian Romantic".
Herman Goodden, editor of the The London Yodeller writes a tribute to Greg Curnoe.
Published by Black Dog Publishing and McIntosh Gallery, Western University
Contributors: David Liss, Sarah Milroy, James Patten, Christine Walde
Paperback, 96 pages, 24.0 x 22.0 cm // 9.5 x 8.5 in, ISBN13: 978-1-910433-03-4
If You Could Read My Mind features drawings, paintings and illustrations of colorful sculptures, all of which form an idiosyncratic visual record of McLean’s experiences and perceptions.
More than many artists, Jason McLean’s work is directly related to his identity, from day-to-day thoughts, habits and activities, to his travels and recent moves between cities, and to...
Part One of Houle's short film "isstahpikssi" will be screened at Art Toronto October 23-26. Terrance describes the film as a Blackfoot / Ojibwa Sci-Fi Film.
On Saturday, September 26 Aganetha Dyck's sculpture "An Inconvenient Proposal" was featured in the Globe and Mail's Style article "In Praise of Puce?"
In the article, 5 designers are asked about off-trend design elements they can't live without. Janna Levitt of LGA Architectural Partners chose beeswax and used Aganetha's artwork as a strong example.
Read article HERE
LondonFUSE has partnered with incredible local groups, venues and galleries to create a full art and music experience. London, Ontario is home to so many exciting new/emerging/alumni art exhibits this September to roll in the new (school) year. Our CYOA weekend is celebrating 8 of those shows in our downtown venues.
At 4:30pm on Saturday, September 19 we are giving a "behind the curtain" tour of the gallery. At the end of the tour, we will be screening "Koop: The Art of Wanda Koop" a 45 minute documentary directed by Katherine Knight about the artwork of Wanda Koop.
More info HERE