My friend, artist Steve Lavigne is giving a talk on Wednesday night (Oct 19, 7pmf) at Open Sesame. I took a few shots at the opening reception for his In Finite Spaces exhibit last week. You can register here for the talk, which is a totally decent thing to do so the nice people at OS can anticipate how many chairs they’ll need.
This piece, Partial Cubic Unit, is made from tape. Yes, tape. Mad skills. You should go ask Steve questions about all this. I did.
Steve, jacket and all.
Click through for a few more pics, but most importantly get out and hear his talk about his work. Oh, and then you can head two blocks across King to The Berlin where Ellie Anglin and Co are hosting a show upstairs they’re calling ART BLOC.
Tape trompe l’oeil. Very good understanding of light.
Gordon Hatt in the house.
This piece is on Mylar. Like butter.
I wasn’t the only one shooting.
Here’s the Christmas card, right here.
Hey hey, it’s Kate Cox, artist and Adventurer’s Guild shepherdess. Here with Sarah Kernohan. Kate once drew a one-line no-look portrait of me, thus immortalizing the single beard of my life.
From the chessboards, and from…
College Street, I saw Mandy Brouse and Andrea Bellemare. Ok, this is cheating a bit, because I saw them earlier at B@THEMUSEUM. And there’s Lisa Birke over there talking to Gordon. And somehow, David Jensenius eluded my camera in the upper left. The point being: there are lots of interesting, talented and very nice people when you hit the streets.
So hit it.
At King and College, this is Kitchener.