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Monday, April 10th, 2017 (events found - 2)

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Imagining Peace: Walking Labyrinths is a solo exhibition featuring work by Bruce Parsons. This exhibition, which came together starting in 2012, focuses on the use of a wide range of materials, such as mural paintings, objects, watercolour on paper, video and installation. Parsons' extensive exhibition record includes solo and group exhibitions across Canada in both private, artist-run spaces and public galleries as well as in exhibitions in Beijing, New York City, Hong Kong and Newcastle Upon Tyne, England ... more
Imagining Peace: Walking Labyrinths is a solo exhibition featuring work by Bruce Parsons. This exhibition, which came together starting in 2012, focuses on the use of a wide range of materials, such as mural paintings, objects, watercolour on paper, video and installation. Parsons' extensive exhibition record includes solo and group exhibitions across Canada in both private, artist-run spaces and public galleries as well as in exhibitions in Beijing, New York City, Hong Kong and Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. Bruce Parsons invites participants to be a part of the discussion that explores the notion of non-objective painting during his artist talk on Tues 18 Apr, 7-9pm.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
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The Sound of Life features oil paintings by Oleg Churylov that are artistic expressions about individual events, episodes, scenes of life, our spiritual experiences, dreams and nature around us. The inspirations for Churylov's pieces started when he was a child in the distant city of Baku. He has been seeking these experiences through different facets of his life ... more
The Sound of Life features oil paintings by Oleg Churylov that are artistic expressions about individual events, episodes, scenes of life, our spiritual experiences, dreams and nature around us. The inspirations for Churylov's pieces started when he was a child in the distant city of Baku. He has been seeking these experiences through different facets of his life.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)