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Exhibition Duration: August 14 - September 9, 2018

Exhibition Duration: August 14 - September 9, 2018 | Facebook Event

 ImagineTHAT! features artworks from the young artists of Neilson Park Creative Centre. The exhibition showcases their creativity in thinking and artistic expression through personal and instructor-guided projects. An installation piece created by our summer camp staff will also be on display.

Join us for the closing reception of imagineTHAT! on Saturday, September 8 from 2 – 4pm with refreshments and family friendly activities. This is a free event and all are welcome. 

Visitors can also take part in the following activities that will take place during the reception
- Fun with Shrink Art: Help us make work to be installed in our OpenField Gallery.
- Creative Canvas: lend a hand with our communal mural on canvas
- Door Prizes: visitors under the age of 18 get a chance to win a fun pack

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Ways of Seeing

Exhibition Duration: August 14 - September 9, 2018

Ways of seeing is a solo exhibition by Rekha Pevekar, a self-taught painter. Pevekar's artistic background was passed on to her by her family, which has a rich heritage within the arts. Her paintings are inspired by her travels and the photographs she has taken, which reveals her true self.  The spectacular views of real life and the beauty of nature s articulated visually through her work. Her subject includes flower, landscape, seascape, and portraiture mostly in realism, however she remains open to different methods and subject matter. She is also fascinated by light and how it can be translated through glazing to create interesting settings and atmosphere.

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Gabrielle Schwartz

Exhibition Duration: August 13 - September 9, 2019

Gabrielle Schwartz is entering her 4th and final year at the Etobicoke School of the Arts. She has taken part in a couple group shows around Toronto and Etobicoke as well as done a commission for a local wine bar. She also has a sketchbook in the Brooklyn Art libraries permanent collection which is currently on tour this summer.

@gl.schwartz on Instagram

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