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April 28th to June 2nd, 2012
Saturday, May 5, 2012, 3PM to 5PM
An icon of wisdom and strength and a brutal, nocturnal hunter, the owl is at times a mysterious link to mystical terrain, and at others a connection to the natural world. Costantino fashions his ceramic owl sculptures with great care, drawing intricate patterns on the bodies of the birds. This technique gives the objects a totemic quality that glorifies them in a subtle manner. In his drawing, he leaves the narrative open-ended, allowing the viewers to fill in the...
Montreal collage artist Px(c) piles up images to build monuments that pay tribute to consumerism.
February 22-March 31, 2012
During Nuit blanche à Montréal, Saturday, February 25, 8PM-3AM
Jason Galligan-Baldwin presents a series of collage-paintings that explore childhood memory.
January 14th to February 18th, 2012
January 14th from 3PM to 5PM
Ashley Roark creates collage using post-industrial office supplies; papers with pale muted tones, texture, pattern, and typography.
Maison Kasini invited Roark to Montreal where she spent much of the week sourcing materials from around the Belgo Building, downtown Montreal, the Village, and Mile End.
The results of her work are on view at Galerie Maison Kasini.
Enter into the detailed world of halftones, ink bleed, and paper fibres. “Carl David Ruttan: Trusted Everywhere by Everyone...” zooms into the micro-world of print. Ruttan collects and collages the paper ephemera he finds while traveling. Back in Montreal, Ruttan scans the collages at extremely high resolution, and produces one unique print to accompany the original collage as the final, archivally stable work of art.
October 19th to November 26th, 2011
October 22nd, 3-5PM
3-5PM | Saturday, October 22 | Enter into the detailed world of halftones, ink bleed, and paper fibres. “Carl David Ruttan: Trusted Everywhere by Everyone...” zooms into the micro-world of print.
6:30PM, Thursday, October 13
Dave Todaro's "Switch" is about the relationship between mankind, electricity, and the natural world.