Canadian Sculpture Centre is ON THE MOVE

Opening Reception: September 14, 2019

The Canadian Sculpture Centre just moved into this location, at 39 Parliament Street within the Distillery District, in the spring. It provided a large, bright place for the members to show their works.

In the last exhibition in this location members of the Sculptors Society of Canada explore themes inspired by various cultural diaspora as it transitions from one locale to another.

Marc André Jacques Fortier with Squeeze, aluminum, molten red glass

Edward Falkenberg, Plaza at Midnight, mixed-media (left) and Jonathan Edwin Simpson, Fracturing the Central Narrative…., hand-stamped tree branch (right)

Won Lee, Woolala #5, bronze

Daniel Yu, Sentinel, African wonderstone

David Ruben Piqtoukun and his sculpture Dancing Over the Moon, bronze

Tsuii Yiin, Soul By Tracks, mixed-media

Sergey Ragozin, Power House, mixed-media

W.W.Hung, The Abyss, mixed-media 

We wish the best of luck for one of the oldest artist organization in Canada in their new location.

Images are courtesy of the Canadian Sculpture Centre

*Exhibition information: ON THE MOVE, featuring works by Holly Atkinson, John Clinton, Brett Davis, Eamon, Paul Elia, Edward Falkenberg, Mary Ellen Farrow, Marc André Jacques Fortier, Karen Stoskopf Harding, W.W. Hung, Saulius Jaskus, Won Lee, J.Mac, Lilly Otašević, David Ruben Piqtoukun, Peter Alexander Por, Sergey Ragozin, Laura Santini, Desmond Scott, Peter Wirün, Judi Michelle Young, Daniel Yu, September 14 – October 12, 2019. Canadian Sculpture Centre, 39 Parliament Street, in the Distillery District. Gallery hours: Mon – Sat: 11am – 6pm; Sun: 12 – 5pm. 

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