Contemporary Sculpture Show, "The Voice of Chairs"
Contemporary Sculpture Show, "The Voice of Chairs"

This is an exhibit to have you think about how chairs represent our internal spaces.

There are eight sculptural works that demonstrates how an ordinary object can become a new object with multiple meanings - essentially a sculpture is a poetic form in three dimensional space. A few lines of poetic text accompanying each piece

The exhibit runs until Dec. 13th. The Richmond Hill artist, Ale Groen, wil be in the studio afternoons from 1 to 6.

Here's a glimpse

"Just a pain in the ass"



"Your not alone"



 "Death has no dominion"

 "My mirror came out for a visit"

 "The Isolationist Chair"

 

 

Location: Think-Space