The Minarovich Gallery considers submissions from artists and curators for solo and group exhibitions. Our focus is on emerging and established artists working in all styles and mediums and across disciplines. If you are interested in submitting a proposal for consideration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on our submission criteria.
Their distillations of real and imagined spaces navigate the threshold between observation & abstraction, the deliberate and the intuitive. Chris Ahlers creates colourful abstract paintings that are as visually engaging as they are cerebral. David Brown’s abstract encaustic paintings utilize wax, spray paint and print transfers to construct a multi-layered, multi-sensory experience. Laurie Skantzos works with oil, incorporating cold wax mixed with alkyd. Shapes upon shapes are layered, adding richness to the surface.
Dawn Owen from Guelph Museums visited each studio and wrote a thoughtful and insightful piece about the work in the Gesture & Geometry exhibition. To read it, please click here.
Admission is free. Gesture & Geometry runs until February 18, 2019