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Tuesday, April 11th, 2017 (events found - 2)

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final day of exhibition
Cities of Memory in Times of Endings. Featuring David Barnett, Ghitta Caiserman-Roth, Albert Franck and Jeff Willmore (including new paintings by David Barnett and Jeff Willmore). This exhibition displays cityscapes of both reality and imagination. David Barnett's paintings signify his continued fascination with the achromatic use of colour. Jeff Willmore's new paintings explore and combine the urban landscapes of Detroit and Havana, offering a socio-political commentary on both cities' economic recoveries and renewal through the arts ... more
Cities of Memory in Times of Endings. Featuring David Barnett, Ghitta Caiserman-Roth, Albert Franck and Jeff Willmore (including new paintings by David Barnett and Jeff Willmore). This exhibition displays cityscapes of both reality and imagination. David Barnett's paintings signify his continued fascination with the achromatic use of colour. Jeff Willmore's new paintings explore and combine the urban landscapes of Detroit and Havana, offering a socio-political commentary on both cities' economic recoveries and renewal through the arts.
Gallery Gevik (T.O. Yorkville/Midtown)
reception 6-9pm
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)