Selected Exhibitions

Feb 9, 2019- May12, 2019

Art Gallery of Windsor

Power Play: Hockey in Canadian Contemporary Art

is an innovative exhibition exploring hockey through the eyes of 14 artists from across Canada. Inspired by the idea that hockey is an inclusive sport, this exhibition explores themes of nationalism, gender, race, equity, sexuality, physical and mental health, and self-esteem. Organized into four sections: hockey jerseys, hockey masks, hockey cards, and hockey equipment, Power Play includes 45 artworks and memorabilia from the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Featured artists include: Judy Anderson, Scott Conarroe, Adrienne Crossman, Barrie Jones, Cyndra MacDowall, Hazel Meyer (with the Canadian AIDS Society), Laura Millard, Kent Monkman, François Morelli, Didier Morelli, Marc-Antoine Phaneuf, Liz Pead, Liss Platt, and Victor Romao.

Aug 15, 2018-Jan 6 2019.

The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto

Hard Twist 13: Thread

The Gladstone Hotel is pleased to present Hard Twist 13: Thread, the thirteenth annual edition of the Gladstone Hotel’s signature show of textile-based art, invites artists to submit work on the theme of thread.

Thread as connection, thread as communication, thread as way-finding. “Thread” in all its multifarious meanings, following the clues implicit in the fabric of language that guide us in the navigation of our complex lives.

PS: “clue” derives from “clew”, whose original meaning was “a ball of thread”.

Hard Twist is an important annual event within the Canadian textile art community as well as being a signature exhibition program for the Gladstone Hotel.

Sept 16-Oct 1, 2018

Kolding, DK.

Oct 7- 28, 2018

Copenhagen DK.

miniTEX 17

Triennial International Juried Exhibition of the Dansktekstillaug, featuring a touring exhibition of smaller textile pieces. 

March 2016.

Owl Ridge Acres : The Great Canadian Tree Warmer Project Residency 

How would you warm up your tress on an artist residency that is also a working Maple Sugar Bush? During March 2016, in Bancroft, Liz Pead took a swipe at it.  Of course a hockey game broke out. Digital short, (2:32) documents the mayhem. "The Sweetest Game" 

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