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February 5 – March 6, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, February 4, 7 - 9pm
CityScape Community Art Space
Through glass work, sculpture, puppetry, painting and more, enter a whimsical and fun exhibition that will inspire the child in all of us.
Jenn Ashton: Working in mainly bright acrylics, inks and collage, Jenn is known for her originality, resourcefulness and vision. Her paintings are authentic and she strives to create art that is accessible to everybody.
Tamara Bond: Using collage, mixed media, and rubber stamps as a rudimentary printmaking method, Tamara experiments with the limits of drawing, painting and imagination in an effort to create harmony between reality and fantasy.
Larissa Blokhuis: Larissa’s glass work highlights the connection between the human world and plants and animals. The subjects of her work (flora and fauna) are not separate from the human experience; they are parallel, or at times the same.
Susan Elliott: Using mainly inks, acrylics, pen and pencil, Susan creates art that sparks imagination. She is deeply inspired by the animal kingdom and finds a sense of peace when creating works that reflect nature.
Debbie Lelievre: Debbie is drawn to the eccentrics, who, like her, see the world in a different way. Her mixed media illustrations are unique characters inspired by friends, acquaintances and strangers.
Marlene Pyykkö: For 20 years, Marlene has explored the visual arts and is drawn to sculpture, collage and bricolage. Working with papier mâché, recycled material, and found objects allows for a free-flowing exploration of nature, undergrowth, sea bed and deep caves.
Image: ‘Wicked Buns’ by Susan Elliott
During the North Shore Art Crawl, Saturday March 5 & Sunday March 6, 2016,
CityScape Community Art Space will be open extended hours - all weekend - 10am - 5pm!
Thank you to The Balloonery
for the giant orb balloons!
For more information, see the CityScape Community Art Space page.