Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014: Highlights of the Night

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On the evening of October 4th, 2014, ignoring the cold weather, thousands of people ventured out into the streets of downtown Toronto for a free all-night adventure in contemporary art scene. There were 130 art installations unleashed throughout parts of the city. Continue reading Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014: Highlights of the Night

Julien’s Auctions Supports Street Art!

Banksy-no

Julien’s Auctions has quickly established itself as the premier auction house in high profile celebrity and entertainment auctions. Julien’s Auctions supports street artists, and this year is celebrating the exclusive works of graffiti artist, Banksy.

Art collectors from around the globe have the chance to bid on several highly sought after Banksy art pieces, including Bomb Hugger– a two-tone stencil on a cardboard placard, featuring a girl hugging an aerial bomb above the caption “NO.” The stencil was created by Banksy and carried in London during the international anti-war protest in February, 2003, believed to be the largest anti-war rally in human history. Continue reading Julien’s Auctions Supports Street Art!

‘Words Worth Sharing,’ Solo Exhibition – May 1 to 31, 2014

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It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. However, words are powerful and thus, are worth a picture as well. This exhibition is about ‘words’ and ‘messages to ponder.’ At times, I feel like it is harder to communicate emotions. This is why, I use the canvas to transmit these sentiments. These words are aimed to be ‘reactions’ from my personal experiences, and my perception of society. I used acrylics, candies, glitter, and other craft materials, and different techniques to inscribe the messages (such as painting and piping—as piping a cake!).

I exhibited these works at the Leaside-Toronto Public Library.

See more ongoing Art Exhibitions at the Toronto Public Libraries