|"It's the End of the World as We Know It (And We Feel Adorable)" at the Georgetown Liquor Co|
Next I stop into Krab Jab Studio whose new show "A Peculiar Alchemy" features the illustration of Norman and Tory Taber. These two have been collaborating for over 20 years, and this body of work would fit right into a Victorian children's storey.
|"A Peculiar Alchemy" at Krab Jab Studio|
I catch up with Redd and Roxy again at the Georgetown Arts and Cultural Centre. This month they're featuring our friend and fellow artist Seb and "Contemporary Myths" a beautifully rendered series of myths-turned-paintings. The intricate layers of detail are best appreciated in person, close enough to inhale the lingering aroma of oil, but not quite close enough to lick.
|Seb, "Contemporary Myths" at Georgetown Arts & Cultural Centre|
|Seb with artists Redd Walitzki, Roxy Walitzki, and Jan Bosman|
Our next stop is LxWxH featuring "a•nas•to•mo•sis" a solo exhibit by Claire Johnson. The lines and patterns in Claire's newest series of landscapes reference her previous artistic focus on human anatomical structures. LxWxH is in excellent form this eve, and it's fun to catch up with curator Sharon Arnold, and artists Michael Williamson and Allyce Wood.
|Artist Michael Williamson & curator Sharon Arnold with Stan Peschel|
|Artists Allyce Wood & Michael Williamson with Stan Peschel|
|Andrew Miller (Mantisart) at Spectrum House|
|"Stardust" at Eight and Sand|
There were a few shows I didn't have a chance to see, including Scott Dalrymple and Nick Gucker at Calamity Jane's and "Intruder" at Fantagraphics, and everything at Equinox... but I'll do my best to kick it down again before the end of the month.
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