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July 6-8, 2018
Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen St W
Toronto Outdoor Art Fair hours:
Friday, July 6 10AM – 7PM
Saturday, July 7 10AM – 7PM
Sunday, July 8 10AM – 5PM Copy of TOAF poster
Please join us for the opening of an exhibition of sculpture by the members of the studio. May 10th, 6-8:30PM, at the Canadian Sculpture Centre, 500 Church Street, Toronto
Dear friends and colleagues,
During the past few months I’ve been busy creating an ambitious new work that I will be showcasing in my upcoming solo exhibition at New Art Project in London, England.
I’m delighted to be opening my studio doors to share my project with everyone here in Toronto before my creation is crated and shipped off to the UK. Please join me on Sunday March 4 from 12:00 – 3:00pm to visit, chat and see what I’ve been up too.
When Phyllis Lipman joined the studio in 2003, she was not only immediately hooked by the studio and it’s members, but she also enlivened the space with her grace, talent, good humour, and beauty. Phyllis was one the most expressive sculptors I have encountered, who possessed an innate talent for sculpture. She mined her her own life to create works with a vigour that was enviable at any age. Phyllis was an inspiring woman, who infused everything with her zeal for life. Even after her diagnosis Phyllis chose to host a party for the studio members which sadly was the last of the many occasions we enjoyed in her company. She shall be dearly missed.
The Art Gallery of Ontario is deeply grateful to The Lindy Green Family Charitable Foundation for naming the Al Green Gallery – an extraordinary gift in honour
of her father and his meaningful legacy at the AGO.