Lori Ryerson: Boundaries Reimagined

Launching at Artist Project, Toronto

Lori Ryerson, Boundaries Reimagined Collection, Chive Flowers (left), Iris on the Side (middle top), Pink Peony (middle bottom), Poppies (right), photographic abstracts on Dibond metal

Lori Ryerson, Fine Art Photography
Artist Project, Booth 328
April 11 – 14, 2024
Opening Night Preview: Thursday, April 11, 6–10 pm

Fine Art Photographer Lori Ryerson will launch a brand new collection of work, “Boundaries Reimagined”, at the 2024 Artist Project, April 11 – 14. With her camera as her tool, Lori has taken a deep dive into the world of abstract photography.

Previously known for her work in quiet landscapes, Lori’s pandemic experience literally took her down the garden path into this bold, modern art direction. Marrying the influences of women artists like Georgia O’Keeffe and Judy Chicago to the concepts of hard edged abstraction, Lori deconstructed the gardens of her neighbourhood into their basic elements of colours and shapes, resulting in this exciting and vibrant new series of abstracts.

Not just for wall hanging, these images also translate brilliantly into other design applications. Join Lori in Booth 328 at the Artist Project next week and discover how you can incorporate these unique Canadian art elements into your clients’ home or corporate interiors.

Lori Ryerson, Boundaries Reimagined Collection, Frank’s Favourite Peonies, Frank’s Favourite Red Peony Stripes (left), Frank’s Favourite Red Peony Square (right), photographic abstracts on Dibond metal

About Artist Project:

The Artist Project is a juried show that features the work of over 250 independent artists, One of Toronto’s premier indoor art events, you’ll find thousands of artworks in every discipline, large scale installations, and curator led art tours. Tickets are available online. Opening Night Preview includes Fashion Shows, live DJ sets and live performances.

Lori Ryerson. Photo credit, Rita Zietsma Photography

Artist Project
Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place
100 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3

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Accessibility: The Better Living Center at Exhibition Place is fully accessible. For more information visit here.