Best of 2010 (TOAE) – FCP Gallery, Toronto

January 6th, 2011

My work will be included in the upcoming Best of 2010: featuring award winners from the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. This past summer, I received an Honourable Mention in Drawing at the TOAE.

The exhibition run January 17th until February 25th, 2011 at FCP Gallery.

FCP Gallery is located in First Canadian Place, 100 King Street West, Toronto.

The exhibition opens, Thursday January 20th from 6pm – 8 pm.

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Here is the media release for the exhibition:

BEST of 2010
Featuring award winners from the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
January 17 – February 25, 2011
FCP Gallery
100 King Street West, in First Canadian Place, Toronto

BEST of 2010 features the work of the 42 award winners from the 2010 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition (TOAE), representing some of the most exciting artwork being produced today.

In July of 2010, a roster of judges made up of esteemed artists, instructors and curators awarded more than $30,000 in cash prizes and materials to artists who are outstanding in their field, (painting, drawing, mixed media, photography, computer generated work, ceramics, fibre, glass, jewellery, metal, printmaking, sculpture, watercolour, wood).

The 42 artists in this exhibition were selected from 400 exhibitors in the 2010 exhibition at Nathan Phillips Square.

For more information about the artists and gallery schedule, please visit www.torontooutdoorart.org

The TOAE gratefully acknowledges the support of the many sponsors, award donors and volunteers that made the 2010 exhibition a success!

Honourable Mention for Drawing at TOAE

July 16th, 2010

I am thrilled to have been awarded an Honourable Mention in Drawing at the 49th Annual Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. You can find a complete list of all the award winners here.

Dual (Senna), 2010

This year I exhibited a series of large-scale charcoal drawings on paper. This series, entitled “Dual” playfully contemplates ideas surrounding cohabitation and seeing ourselves mirrored in another through depictions of two-headed northern creatures. These drawings were additionally motivated by my recent relocation to Northern Ontario.

Dual (Senna), 2010 - detail