This mildly very rainy Thursday marks the start of this year’s Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, in Nathan Phillips Square. If you happen to have some free time this weekend, you will have the opportunity to peruse art from numerous different artists. On July 5th & 6th, the outdoor exhibition will be open from 10:30 am- 7:30 pm, and 10:30 am- 6:30 pm on the 8th. Take a look below for a small peak of what is on view!
Lisa Perlman is a recent graduate from McMaster University’s Studio Art Program. Her work utilizes both print media and drawing on paper, to create layered imagery influenced by photos of her family, her childhood home and domestic traditions. Lisa can be found in the “Blue” section of the TOAE in exhibit B390.
Candace Osborne Bell
Candace Osborne Bell works mostly in two-dimensional mixed media, and plays with ideas of “self” as well as the myriad similarities/differences which bind and repel us. At this year’s TOAE Candace can be found in exhibit Y15.
Jesse Bromm is a graduate from Sheridan Institute: Crafts and Design majoring in glass. Bromm’s work reflects his inner discomfort and perception of the outside world. He creates miniature dioramas of human behavior that address these concerns. If you would like to see more of his work, pay Jesse a visit at exhibit W150.
Pam Lobb is an artist currently working within printmaking to create a series that incorporate her existing interest in flora and fauna with reference to traditional china patterns. Before this weekend is over take a look at her work in exhibit W131.
So, grab an umbrella, and plan a trip down to Nathan Phillips Square!