350 Time Capsule
Reception & Art Installation
Saturday, October 24, 2009
6:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Beaver Hall Gallery
29 McCaul Street
dAeve Fellows | Dani Crosby
Evin Collis | Kristy Fogel
Andrea Manica | Claudia Rodriguez-Larrain
Reception, networking event, art installation and silent auction.
$3.50 Cocktails! Not to be missed!
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
(Click to enlarge: Toronto Studs by Evin Collis)
dAeve Fellows’ impressions of dark urban conduits and timeless landscapes are impregnated by demonic entities, whimsical machinery, and cryptical masses of dripping viscera, created — partly as a vehicle to explore the artist's confusion and frustration with modern life — and thus projected through dirty lenses of trans-humanism and the post-surrealist.
Dani Crosby is a graduate of the Sheridan BAA Illustration program (2009). She generously donated her print illustrations at the Regenesis Art and Eco Fashion Show n September, helping to raise funds for the Urban EcoVillage project. She is back again, to inspire and give back.
Evin Collis was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Currently, he is completing his BFA at the Ontario College of Art and Design here in Toronto. Specializing painting and drawing, Collis’ work has been exhibited in Winnipeg, Toronto, Italy and Ottawa.
Krista Fogel presents Conversation with Nature, a slideshow of photographs and accompanying poetry. The poetry will be made available through the projection booth of the gallery, where guests can enter into the intimacy of her thoughts, while watching the accompanying photographs from the main event wall.
Andrea Manica is a second year Illustration student at the Ontario College of Art and Design. She is inspired by animals, nature, fabric and photographs. She loves making things by hand: sewing, gluing, printing and pressing. She feels a passion to give, to help, and to share her gifts with others.
Claudia Rodriguez-Larrain is a visionary, activist, artist, and co-founder/President of the Regenesis Project. Incorporating used and recycled materials, her artwork focuses on social, environmental, and humanitarian issues. To create awareness on fluoride’s toxicity to Toronto's public water supply, featured will be a mobile installation of the Vote Out Fluoride campaign.
The Regenesis Project is a grassroots, environmental and social justice not-for-profit organization that seeks to bridge the gap between individual and planet, by fostering a sense of community, leadership, and accountability.
For more information, please contact Claudia Rodriguez
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