Last Art Show of the Year

Yes, I have two pictures up for show and sale in my last art show of the year!

The Black Cat Artspace is holding its 5th Annual Salon of Inclusiveness show and it’s at the new, bigger showroom they’ve just opened at 1785 St Clair Avenue West (St Clair and Osler), in Toronto.

The show runs from December 6th until January 7th. The show features about 100 artists and to accommodate them they have not one, but two opening receptions! First night is tomorrow night, Thursday, December 6th from 7.00 p.m. until 10.00 p.m. and the second is the following night, Friday, December 7th  7.00 p.m. – 10.00 p.m. They’ll both be great nights so come along if you can. I will definitely be at the first reception tomorrow night. If you can’t make either of these nights, then you can drop in at the gallery and take a look at some other time. You can find the gallery hours here

Abstract Image of Liverpool UK
In My View.
Liverpool: A city that leaves its mark.

On this page I’ve posted the two images I have in the show. Both are urban composites and have evolved from my photography project, “Hamilton and Liverpool: Two Ports, Two Stories”.  You can probably guess that the one at the top of the page  – entitled “Hard Times” – is based on Hamilton and the second one – “In My View” – is based on Liverpool. I’m still working on this project so there’ll be more to come.

This may be my last art show of the year, but I’m already well into planning where I’ll be showing next year. Over the next few months I’ll also be working on a few sets of new images with different themes, and will start to make them available early in 2019.