Thursday at 7:00pm until Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 12:30am
Menagerie : An Anthropomorphic Art Show
“Menagerie” is an art show that engages the imaginative exploration of anthropomorphism – the attribution of human qualities to nonhumans. Through visual study, nineteen local up-and-coming artists will explore the idea of anthropomorphism as a form of self-extension. As we “humanize” nonhuman entities, personal relationships are established, and a special – sometimes disturbing – attachment is then applied to the animal or object. This can be seen from our naming of pets, to drawing faces on inanimate objects, to shouting at a car when it has broken down. Through us, the animal/object takes on its own humanity. The result of this visual exploration is a modern bestiary – a collection of creatures, human and nonhuman, situated and interacting in contemporary society.
A group show featuring our own
Join them for the Opening Night Party, Thursday February 2nd 2012 from 7-11 pm. Steam Whistle Brewing, The Roundhouse, 255 Bremner Blvd.,Toronto or visit the brewery during all of February long to check out the exhibition.
January 31, 2012
Spirit of Talk Talk is a richly illustrated, beautifully designed book celebrating the music and art of the legendary British band, Talk Talk.
January 23, 2012
James Marsh has brought together all of the great cover art work that he produced for Talk Talk in the 80’s. The book will feature James’ original cover art and concept sketches, hand written lyrics from Mark Hollis, Talk Talk’s lead singer, as well as various ephemera, posters, and related commentaries. The publisher has created a website to gauge interest in the book. Please visit the Spirit of Talk Talk web site and indicate your interest. Note that registration does NOT commit you to buying the book… it simply helps anticipate the print run in advance.
A public event by Sandra Dionisi
Nook is pleased to present a series of salons throughout the year, featuring conversations with and presentations by special guests for the purposes of education, entertainment and enjoyment.
On January 25th, the Nook Salon features an evening with the artist Maurice Vellekoop.
We’ll discuss his influences and inspiration, as well as his recently published graphic novel “Gloria Badcock” and what’s in the future for this unique and fascinating bon vivant.
7:00 – 8:00pm: Maurice Vellekoop in conversation with Sandra Dionisi
8:00 – 9:00pm: Coffee and Social Hour
NOOK 156 Augusta Avenue, Kensington Market,Toronto, ON M5T 2L4
January 18, 2012
Here is another activity spread by Tracey Wood for American Girl Magazine Jan/Feb 2012 issue. Tracey is the monthly AG Express girl.
January 17, 2012
Wishing you a new year filled with love + light + happy adventures unlimited!
Below, is the link info to a great article just written about my work!!
There is alot happening at the moment. It’s been over thirty years since ‘The Theatre of Women’ series was first created. Thank you for friends, family, colleagues, and all who have encouraged and inspired me along the way. I continue to remain constant with the art.
Original artworks from the series Theatre of Women (1978 – 1980)
Exhibited at the London Art Fair
by England & Co
Business Design Centre, Islington N1
January 18-22 2012
January 16, 2012
Live action, time lapsed illustration by Clayton Hanmer for Jam3 and their client, Nurun. Click on the image to connect to the live action. Very Cool.
January 13, 2012