Holly's artwork in a very theatrical setting
Larry's collection of lino prints look fabulous in these groupings
Holly's paintings and where the jazz duo set up for the opening
Studio22 Open Gallery in Kingston is run by two very creative people - Hersh and Ally Jacob. Hersh is a graphic designer, lover of typography, books and art. Ally is an amazing designer of installations, organizer and art lover. They both have backgrounds in theatre. Their latest project is the design of a portrait exhibit currently at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
This dynamic couple put together invitations, posters, a catalogue, food, wine & music for the opening and a thoughtful, intriguing display of our work in their theatrical, atmospheric gallery.
We are thrilled with this exhibition and plan to explore it ourselves a few more times. Do take the time to check it out - you will be enthralled. Since it runs until December 18th, there is plenty of time to take it in.
Here's a nice review in the Kingston Queen's Journal.
And a mention in the Ottawa Citizen's article: "The art of Kingston"
Holly Dean & Larry Thompson
IMPRESSION | EXPRESSION
A Joint Exhibition
Illustrated broadsides, prints & books | Abstract mixed media artwork, altered images & book art
On until December 18, 2011
Studio22 Open Gallery
320 King Street East - 2nd Floor
613 546 7461
New Fall Gallery Hours:
Wednesday to Thursday - 12 to 6 pm
Friday - 12 to 5 pm & 7 to 10 pm
Saturday - 12 to 6 pm
Sunday - 1 to 4:30 pm
(&, ANYTIME BY APPOINTMENT)