about eve by Tracey-Mae Chambers
Guest Artist for November
November 3 to November 28, 2014
An exhibition focused on the perceptions of body image.
The encaustic works are an extension of the ‘about eve’ exhibition currently showing at Station Gallery, which features a large selection of sculptures of women’s torsos.
“I am a work in progress both as a native artist and as a person.” The artist elaborates: “My work has evolved over the last few years from non-representational abstract to encaustic and sculpture. I have been honing my skills and developing my strategy.”
Tracey-Mae Chambers creates works associated with her Métis ancestry.
Subdued by Tracey-Mae Chambers
Ontario Shores launched the Art Gallery in 2008 to bring people together that share an interest in art. We partner with local art groups, councils and organizations such as Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery, O’Neil Secondary School and Station Gallery in Whitby to support emerging and established artists from all around Ontario. We host art shows and provide diverse art educational programming to use art as a medium to reduce stigma and promote mental health awareness. The Art Gallery is a creative and tranquil space for patients, families, employees, students and community to visit.
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Location: The Art Gallery is located in Building #5, Level 2 in The Conference Place
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Location: Ontario Shores Art Gallery