The White House is opening it’s doors on the first Pedestrian Sunday of the year!
We will be showing a huge group show of various works by our current members in the studio. We will be selling art and summery refreshments. Come check out the show, hang out and join the festivities in the market!
Brandon A. Dalmer
Paul Kevin Wadsworth
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL ART PROJECTS!
This Open House is also in conjunction with events at neighbouring studios and galleries in the neighbourhood!
JOIN THE ART HOP!
with Rochelle Rubenstein Studio, Friends of Churchill Studio, *Hotshot, Whippersnapper Gallery and Kapisanan Philippine Centre.
Posted in Exhibitions, Members
Tagged Amy Wong, art hop, Basil Al-Zeri, Brandon A. Dalmer, Ceilidh Stidwill, Derek Aubichon, Dessa Harhay, Elizabeth Basskin, group show, Iris Fraser, James Fowler, Jeff Riffle, Joey Bruni, Jonathan Mayhew, kensington market, KMART, Marisa Hoicka, Matt Tanner, Nitasha NcKnight, open house., Paul Kevin Wadsworth, pedestrian sunday, Sarah D’angelo, Stella Mandrak-Pagani, Taryn Mooradian, VANESSA RIEGER, Zoe Solomon
Opening Thursday May 12th @ 7PM – 11PM
@ The White House Gallery – 277.5 Augusta Ave.
Featuring DJ dance party (DJ Ambulance Wolf)
Live musical experience with Parent-Teacher Night:
and BON FIRE Jewelry line by Rachel Hawkes Cameron
‘Sick!’ presents new work by Toronto born artists Dessa Harhay and Amy Wong. The two painters will be exhibiting work that reflects the ambiguity of the word ‘sick’ – referring to the notion of being affected by physical and mental illness, or as a compliment – a word that takes on both a positive and negative light depending on context. The work contemplates decadence, beauty, consumerist culture, information overload, the recent election results in Canada and the search for spirit throughout.
Having exhibited together as founding members of local art collective, the YPF, Harhay and Wong have often developed their practice side by side as Concordia University fine arts graduates (Montreal, QC). Since living in Montreal, both artists have taken different paths, leading them to live in separate parts of the world such as Chicago, Amsterdam, China, and New York. They have now regrouped in Toronto to show a collection of new work reflecting their growth while apart.
(exhibition on display through to May 20th)
Sitting hours: daily 1-5pm