Wednesday, November 25, 2020 to Sunday, December 6, 2020
Thursday, November 26 – 6 pm to 9 pm
Saturday, November 28 – 2 pm to 3 pm
Wednesday, December 2 – 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Infrastructure is everything. Without it, we who live in cities cannot thrive and survive. Some infrastructure is very problematic, polluting the air and endangering our future – think coal power plants and 24-lane highways. Other infrastructure is graceful and amazing, co-existing with nature.
One wind turbine such as those shown here can produce more than 6 million kilowatt hours of electricity in a year, enough to supply 1,500 average households. I use these environmental “still lifes” to celebrate southern Ontario’s wind power industry. The layered images show movement and strength.
Cape Town in February
For the last month, I’ve been staying in an enormous painter’s studio in Woodstock, near the centre of Cape Town, South Africa. It’s been great to escape the Toronto winter, and the mountain view is very inspiring.
And now for something completely different . . .
An accident last winter bruised my eyelids and reminded me how fragile and miraculous human vision is. Sometimes what we see, or don’t see, cannot be replicated by the camera lens. I’ve started working on a new series that captures passing landscapes through a reverse panning technique.
Remote Gallery Group show — Eliza Moore, Atia Pokorny, Janne Reuss Richmond Street, Toronto, CanadaTwo weeks in September? or not? Moore, Pokorny and Reuss are all members of Gallery 44 and met a few years Read more…
NEW DATES FOR GALLERY 44 MEMBERS EXHIBITIONS Gallery 44 members form an ad hoc group called Spectra every year to exhibit in the Contact Photography Festival. Normally the festival happens in May. This year is Read more…