Exhibition runs October 11th – December 31st
Exhibition pieces will be available for viewing ONLINE and IN GALLERY starting October 11th
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Ariel Hill’s glass Sculpture focuses on her reverence for the visual beauty and intricate details found in nature. Her creations seek to honor these qualities, fostering a sense of connection between the viewer and the subject matter. Through her art, she invites us to pause and appreciate the wonders of the natural world, both on a grand scale and at the microscopic level. Ariel’s works can be found in some of Canada’s most prestigious galleries. Her presence in these diverse spaces speaks to the universal appeal and resonance of her glass sculpture.
Jerre Davidson’s glass sculpture explores the shifting rhythms of a particular space and she uses gestural shapes, light, shadow and reflection to capture these spatial rhythms. Recognized for her exceptional talent and innovative approach to glass art, Jerre Davidson has received numerous awards. Notably, she was honored with a first-place award of excellence in sculpture at the Canadian Society of Artists Exhibition. Her work transcends borders, and been included in some of the most esteemed exhibitions and galleries around the world.
Renato Foti’s ‘s work illustrates his unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is achievable with Glass this versatile material. His ability to masterfully orchestrate the interplay of color, precious objects, and his willingness to experiment and combine various materials exemplifies his innovative and adventurous spirit. Making his pieces highly sought after Nationally and Internationally.
Hannan Fayad’s artistry transcends traditional notions of what can be achieved with glass. Her work not only celebrates the medium’s inherent fragility and transparency but also showcases its resilience and capacity for transformation. Through her sculptures, she invites us to reflect on the ever-changing nature of our world and the profound beauty that can be found in the delicate balance between order and entropy. Fayad’s work continues to captivate audiences around the world, inviting them to appreciate the intricate dance between erosion, symmetry, and the luminous qualities of glass.
ceramic & mixed media
“My intent is to create a Liminal effect in which the viewer can feel immerged in an underwater scene.”
The project is a multimedia installation that deal with the protection of the environment. Large-format painting, sculpture, music, performance, dance and poetry constitute all the means used for the realization of this immersive installation. In Budding Waters, human and mythological creatures equally share the gallery space of the underwater ecosystem.
“For the past few years, I have been creating pieces that often explore themes of life, the reflection of time and the peeling away of exterior layers to reveal internal intricacies. In many ways it is a introspection into my personal journey and that of others that I was privy to observe. The purpose behind my work is to expose, express and provide insight into the raw emotions involved in the journey of life through clay, wood and glass. The application of wood and clay is essential as a direct conduit to the root of nature and our existence. Glass, in retrospect, represents the fragility of life and the continuity of movement and time.”
After his photography career took him to Edmonton, Toronto and Ottawa, he set up a home-based studio where in his spare time he perfected the craft of fine woodworking. When he left Sun Media in the 1990s, he took on woodworking full-time, building everything from solid wood furniture pieces, Adirondack chairs, garden furniture and privacy fences to sleigh beds, wine tables, stools, food presentation boards and his stunning collection of boxes, including live-edge and Shaker boxes.