Thursday, December 4, 2014

Another Conversation I Do Not Wish To Have. Recent Assemblages at Dovercourt Rec Centre

Pipe Dream,  8"x10" assemblage,         Timothy Hunt, 2014

On Monday, I mounted a show at the Linda Street Gallery in the lobby of the Dovercourt Recreation Centre.  The work consists of assemblages made this past summer while a guest at the Main Street studio thanks to Annette Hegel and Karin Bell.  I have also included some of my masks made from found objects.  The work will be up for the rest of December.  Hope you can come by and see it!

Work in Progress at 88 Main St.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

The 7th Annual Holiday Art Show CYCLELOGIK 1111A Wellington W. DECEMBER 5th, 8 pm.

Time again for the annual Holiday Art Show at Cyclelogik.  
This year's theme:  Bizarre Love Triangle.

This Bike Shop/Coffee Bar is one of my favourite venues 
and is always packed to the rafters thanks to artist/promoter phenom, 
Andrea Stokes.  There is an unbelievable amount of work squeezed 
onto the walls of the shop with an incredible array of local talent represented.

I'm still playing catchup with the events of this last year, 
so these pictures are from the 2013 show entitled "RED".

Lots of work, lots of artists, food, drink, come early, have fun, buy local art!

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

SKETCH at SAW GALLERY, Friday, November 28, 8 pm to 11 pm

                                                   Upon My Return

Just packaged this up and delivered it to SAW gallery for this year's annual fundraiser, SKETCH.  The event is this Friday night and features tons of art for sale, donated by local artists as well as a silent auction with work from notable and international artists.  All the pertinent info is listed below.  Hope to see you there!

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Against the Grain, Burr House Gallery, Richmond Hill, ON, Aug 1 to Sept 28, 2014

Artists Timothy Hunt and Katie Argyle have forged a longtime friendship based on the exchange of art and ideas in many manifestations including mail art, one page books, collages, off-beat stories and poems, even light-based outdoor sculpture.  Now, hundreds of kilometres apart, they continue to inspire, instigate and irritate one another into a state that results in inevitable creative output. 50/50, Against the Grain, brings together the artists' unique reflections on a half century of life.  This time they are both using the medium of wood and the results cannot help but go against the grain.