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September Gallery Exhibit: Woodland Style Indigenous Art by Tsista Kennedy

EXHIBIT RUNS: Saturday, August 31 - Thursday, September 26

Open during regular library hours. Lower Level, Art Gallery

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, September 7 @ 1 - 3 pm

Tsista is a 17-year-old artist from Beausoleil First Nation and Oneida Nation of the Thames. His artwork is a variation of Woodland Style using acrylic paint markers on canvas, and India ink on paper. He has always had a deep interest in artwork, but didn't adopt the Woodland Style until the age of thirteen. 

April ART EXHIBIT: Eavesdropping - Abstract Paintings by Isaac Watamaniuk


March 29 - April 29

This work is an abstract, distillation of the relationships between form and space that are presented within out urban environments.

Isaac Watamaniuk is a self-taught artist from Kitchener-Waterloo. He has spent the better part of his life exploring urban scenes. This is his first solo exhibition. 

March ART EXHIBIT: The Eternal in the Now - Sight & Insight: Paintings by Jon Tobin

As we move through our daily lives, the visual connection to the world around us is often the strongest of all the five senses. Walking down the street or driving through the city or countryside we take in what we see internally - consciously or not. We tend to take our surroundings for granted - assuming that all we see will remain the same - not thinking about the fact that physical reality is in transition. 
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