Long live film!
Broad Encounters is a group exhibition that explores the new directions of photographic image making through the artworks of: Chelsea Birnie, Richelle Forsey, Samantha Jones, Devon Kelly, Taylor Kidd, Emily Lalonde, Natalia Martinez, Brianna McArdle, Alaina Osborne, Cailin Ruetz, Lydia Treidlinger, Sondoce Wasfy and Marina Williams.
If you are in Guelph, on Saturday April 8, we are hosting an artists’ reception from 1-4pm, that is open to the public.
I’m thrilled to announce that one of my Photo Objects was selected for the University of Guelph’s 49th Juried Art Show, Top Ten, happening March 21- 25 at the Boarding House Gallery.
The opening reception is March 23rd, 6-8pm. Drop by if you are in town.
Boarding House Gallery
6 Dublin St. S.
I’ve been experimenting recently making latent image light collages.
What do you think?
Sometimes you are in just the right place with a camera and at other times you have your camera and the door of an abandoned house is unlocked.
Cranfield House was was built some time between 1902 & 1913 (the records are murky), and was once the ornate home of William Harris, the founder of W. Harris and Co. that made fertilizers and glues from animal carcasses and the factory was in part “staffed” by inmates of Toronto’s Don Jail. In 1930 the house was sold to the Salvation Army and became Bethany House, a home for pregnant teenagers. In 2013, Cranfield House was designated under the Ontario Heritage Act and is as of writing undergoing modest renovations to be retrofitted for condominium use.