I have been a visitor to this show for a number of years and think that this was one of my favourite ones. Here are a few shots of things we liked.
Red Lantern Sculpture by Donald Sultan
*Donald and I definitely like lots of the same things
Badland I by Andy Curlowe
*we all agreed on this artist. The colours and contrasts were wonderful and sometimes there is nothing sexier than a little Belgian linen showing through
Veiled Hood #2 by Cal Lane
*I am still a lot about the bass...I mean lace
Pam checking out a Chuck Close woodcut self portrait.
You just have to get close to look at those prints. They are pretty amazing.
this shot was about the sculpture by Benedict Parmentier. reminds me of numerous things from my youth and definitely a little bit of Tank Girl
Aubrey finally got her ride on the BGL's exhibit Canada de fantaisie/Canada Fancy which will be going to Venice for the Canadian Pavillion at the Biennial
Here is an article about the work in the Globe and Mail.
Lucien Freud etching...sigh
This was fun. Lots of goauche paintings and projections by Katya Bonnenfant or the old boys' club. More info and images here on artsy
So this is was a very short list of some of my favourite things and lots of them were decided as a group or if I felt it was ok to take my camera out at the time. Anyhow, this painting titled, Niagara Falls #5 (Currier & Ives) by Alison Schulnik was one of my favourites. I love this so much that I am putting another photo here because the colours are so different in each. This painting was in the room in such a very large, easy and beautiful way.