The Museum of Neon Art is pleased to present, “She Bends: Women in Neon” opening September 16th. The exhibition will run through February 11th. More information and images after the jump!
“Conservation is the preservation of human life on Earth, and that, above all else, is worth fighting for” –Rob Stewart.
The Dakuwaqa Project sets forth a new tribute mural by PangeaSeed guest artists GETSO and BirdO has emerged in Toronto this past week. It was curated by PangeaSeed Foundation and Seawalls: Artists for Oceans.
For more event and project information, please visit dakuwaqaproject.com or click the link in our profile. Special thanks to our partners: the Stewart family, City of Toronto, StART Toronto, Green Parking, Lush Cosmetics, Opus Restaurant, Notion MFG, Nuvango, Lauren Wood and Love Letter Projects with photo credit to Above Below Photo. More images after the jump!
Matthew Namour Gallery is thrilled to be hosting Mike Davis’ latest solo show in Montreal opening September 7th and running until September 24th. Davis renders complex paintings embedded with symbols of mortality, folly, and hubris in the style of the Netherlandish Flemish Primitives such as Bosch, Bruegel and van Eyck.
His oil paintings create an alternate world where anything is possible; combining arcane personal symbols with social commentary. His work depicts a world of myth and colliding timeframes, a land “on the other side of the bridge,” but one that resonates with our own—not as memory but as a dream.
Shane O’Malley began as a Graffiti writer and still paints walls, although his developing practice as an artist has led to a variance and evolution in the content of his murals. Street Art remains a central priority and passion to the artist. He has an extensive catalogue of Graffiti art and outdoor paintings, which he adds to on a regular basis.