Friday, November 27, 2009

Audrea DiJulio and Suzanne Nacha Opening at Loop Gallery Tomorrow

In Audrea DiJulio's exhibition Post Haste at Loop Gallery, she has brought together familiar materials such as cardboard and plastic to develop intuitive sculptures in a hasty construction based process. The forms have an organic and colourful character which both delight and surprise the viewer.


OriginSuzanne Nacha's exhibition at Loop Gallery, includes iconic images that reflect the human experience in paintings, prints and drawings. Unusual formats of presentation including circular canvases portray underground imagery featuring caves, tunnels and mine shafts and invoke references to Dante Aligheiri's Inferno. Suzanne Nacha's striking and uncommon format of presentation hovers between architecture and anthropomorphic form. 
Please join Suzanne Nacha and Audrea DiJulio for the opening reception at Loop Gallery tomorrow, Saturday, November 28th from 2-5 pm

1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario

The show runs from November 28th to December 20, 2009. Gallery hours are Wednesday to Saturday 1-5 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Gary Clement Illustrates A Coyote Solstice Tale

Artist, illustrator and Loop Gallery member Gary Clement is mentioned in today's Globe and Mail newspaper article "I'm dreaming of the right kid's book" by Susan Perren. His illustrations of Thomas King's children's story "A Coyote Solstice Tale" are heralded in the commentary: "And as this splendid satirical romp, with an equally splendid profusion of watercolour illustrations by the inimitable Gary Clement makes clear, a mall is something Coyote should never go near". 

Read the complete article here. 

Congratulations Gary!!