Virtual Exhibition through Leslie Grove Gallery
March 16 – 21, 2021
Virtual Opening: March 18 at 7-8pm ET
To check it out, click here.
Life in balance.
Life off balance.
The hesitant momentum that creates tipping points and stillness.
Feeling weighed down only to be propelled suddenly upwards.
On a high only to be brought low again.
Seeking the point of balance.
Missing the presence of those around us.
Connecting virtually in an uncertain world.
Look into our lives as artists and as people
Riding the highs and lows one day at a time.
With the way things are now, many of us find ourselves teeter-tottering back and forth. Everything changing. And so, in this time of ebb and flow, we must learn to ride the waves. While we may not know exactly how to do this, we do know that making artwork about it is an essential step in figuring it out.
So, come to the SEE SAW exhibition. First at the Leslie Grove Gallery’s website and later in digital book form. In it you will see the results of how a group of 18 artists are trying to navigate the waters of their lives, sometimes in balance, and sometimes off. And who knows, maybe in the process of looking you will find ways to ride your own waves.
Artists: Sidia Atabales-Schnitzler, Atiyah Azmi, Robert Blick, Dayton Cerasia, Lai Kwan, Carrera Chung, Nora Do, Tessa Dreossi, Zia Foley, Leanne Gibson, Kay Kaur, Anne Kim, Raven Maducdoc, Takanya Marsh, Christine Melendez, Yujun Oh, Aleksandra Rodneva, Weijia Su, Christabelle Wang
See Saw is a celebration of work by students graduating from the Fine Arts Studio Program at Centennial College.
For more information on the show, artists, and digital book launch, go to the See Saw website here.
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