A Tune To Art, Sculpture & Song
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 @ 7PM at Headbones Gallery,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 @ 7PM
Headbones Gallery is
proud to host this special two night exhibition by
renowned Canadian artist and sculptor, Joe Fafard and a
concert by Joel Fafard and Joel Schwartz.
Fafard has created a new series of seventeen works that
will debut on his Canadian tour that includes two
locations in the Okanagan Valley.
Tune To Art: Sculpture and Song
will start at 7PM with a short concert by Joel Fafard
(son) and Joel Schwartz followed by an artist reception.
A Tune To Art: Sculpture and Song is a ticketed
event. Tickets are $25 and can be reserved by
calling Headbones Gallery 250-542-8987 or Summerhill
Doors open for A Tune To
Art: Sculpture and Song at 6:30PM
Feught’s actual past, present and future have rarefied
beginnings. Feught grew up in an Anglican home. As an adult, she
lived in a Buddhist priory in Edmonton for seven years where she
experienced the lphical, spiritual and
cultural diversity while still living in the heart of a
‘typical’ Canadian milieu. Her oil paintings and gouaches leave
room for study as well as speculation as to their narrative
source. Often with a strong composition that supports the drama
of the imagery, her technique – impeccable and practiced –
supports the strangeness of her subjects by granting an
immediate viability to the juxtaposition of elements. The
overwhelming perfection and balance take over any doubt at the
unusual imagery. Feught also backs her innuendos with
information, detailing with a precision to provoke applause.
- what does it mean? Per se does not only mean “intrinsically”
but also, “by, of, for or in itself”. It seems a fitting
description of the works of Amar from Afar and Diane Feught with
all of the allusions to otherness that they inspire.
opening reception for Afar
Per se is Friday, November 11, which is
Remembrance Day and
11/11/11. Even the date is fittingly evocative yet cryptic.
and Nilt to cosmic Eastern sounds and melodies during the
opening reception with Daniel
Stark on sarode,
Bill Boyd on cello and
Gaz on guitar.