100 King St. West, Toronto, ON
Curated by Parts Gallery
June 4th - July 13th
Parts Gallery presents six artists’ visual representations of the FIRST LIGHT of summer depicted through vibrant colours, urban gardens, and surf scenes.
The first hint of summer light manifests itself in a feeling: a hopefulness for the cold to thaw, making way for sand tracked in to the house, the ethereal melody of the ice cream truck, the scent of fresh cut lilacs stealthily cut from a neighboring bush, light breaking through trees to cast shadows on the sidewalk.
The artworks exhibited in FIRST LIGHT are visual representations of the summer, but more so, they are representations of what summer feels like. The hopeful ideal of a passage of time without worries or commitments, days and weeks passed without a care in the world.
Despite the wide ranging mediums and subjects that the artists in the show utilise, each perfectly capture the first light of summer. Exhibiting artists include: Kim Atlin, Christine Flynn, Fiona Freemark, Erin McSavaney, Ric Santon and Douglas Walker.
Please join us for an opening reception on Friday June 13th from 7-9PM at the FCP Gallery.
The FCP Gallery
Hours: Monday - Friday 11AM - 3PM
100 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5X 1A9