Art Crawl This Friday!!!

ART CRAWL Mar8/12!!!
Needlework- 174 James N-Textile Workshop
Check out the spot and drop off your can goods during artcrawl for foodbanks!
Newold’s Vintage and Handmade Market
Books and clothes and art ­240 James St N
Manta Contemporary-Paul Dickens-Cubic Technology
Paul Dickens founded a method of drawing called Quantum Doodling in 2000 consisting of multiple series of intensely coloured patterns drawn by both mathematical and random calculations. Each drawing is a solid and complex structure of multi-coloured lines that will fool even the most attentive viewers to believe it was made by a computer.
YOU ME GALLERY -Maureen Paxton-Braveheart Hats Recent Portraits
Paintings, also a  call for gallery sitters
Urban Arts Iniative-Roots 2 Leaf -128 James North
Roots 2Leaf is an arts based alternative education youth mentorship program that engages, empowers and inspires youth through the art and elements of Hip Hop.
PWYC/Donations graciously accepted! All funds go towards running programming 3 days per week at the Urban Arts Initiative and outreach workshops.
Centre 3 Erika De Freitas-Deaths/Memorials/Births
Erika DeFreitas’ interdisciplinary practice explores the influence of
language, loss and culture on the formation of identity. The exhibition
draws on the artist’s archive of obituary, memorial and birth notices
collected daily from the pages of the Toronto Star newspaper between
November 7, 2006 and September 7, 2007.
Centre 3-Members Space-Victoria Alstein
She intends to bring the viewer back to a childhood state of imagination by collaging images from children books with whimsical drawings. She believes in the power of imagination for innovation, creative problem solving, and hope for the future. She hopes her art will help the public to escape from an apathetic state and return to a child’s perception of the world where imagining is easy and anything seems possible.
MULBERRY CAFE-Kearon Roy Taylor-Lesser Infinities
Printmaker, musician and an amazing talent not to be missed!
66 James Street North (before Wilson)
Impressionist style paintings
B CONTEMPORARY-Andrew McPhail-New Portraits
Paintings based on digitized images of people.
226 James St N (Old Ricca Furniture Building)
HAVN-Woven Still-26 Barton E
Video /Sound/Embroidered Photography
THE FACTORY-She In All Her Guises
celebrates stunning films and video by and about her
HAMMER CITY RECORDS -Ralph Alphonso-Coffee Jazz and Poetry
Photos of early punk icons such as Teenage Head and other things.
WAHC-Steel Town Views
Eight studio participants created collagraphs, a printmaking method that works with textures and layers of surfaces glued together. The exhibition at WAHC’s Community Gallery (second floor) also includes the plates from which the prints were pulled. Gallery visitors are invited to use the plates to create rubbings and add their own visual comments on the topic of the “Feel of Steeltown,” for the visitor’s wall. A workshop with children from the ICAA art education program adds another newcomer perspective to the exhibition.

HISTORY AND HERITAGE-Luna Martinez-Virtual History
Oscar Luna Martinez is originally from Mexico City. He grew up in Montreal and now lives in Hamilton. He is a trained graphic artist with a keen interest in architectural illustration. Oscar is another example of the content for HIStory + HERitage’s exhibitions walking through the front door. Oscar showed me his illustrations of the Lister Block and that led to a discussion of a broader exhibition which includes Oscar’s fully rendered 3D illustrations of the Lister Block, the Pigott building, and an amazing re-creation of Hamilton’s old city hall that was located on James Street North that was demolished in 1962.

He explores concepts of money and economy in relation to his own life in the work My earliest memory of money is selling flower seeds door to door, as well as his visual observations as a member of Art and Cold Cash, an artists’ collective emerging from Qamanituaq (Baker Lake), Nunavut.
Members Show-Ben Burchert Ryan Clark, Bill Wehrens
243 James St North 905-522-8735

ART WORD ART BAR -Nicole Babjak-Open Air Sketches
emerging artist from Burlington showcases her open-air sketches from around the world. “Windows to the World” is a collection of miniature watercolour and pen & ink drawings featuring locations as Alaska, China, Italy and Croatia that Nicole has travelled to in the past 10 years.
Homegrown (King William)-Red Caravan Tour
PWYC HipHop show
RELISH, 6 Cannon St. E. • Relish on Etsy
O”S Clothes beside Relish-Men’s Clothes
After Artcrawl Party at Acedmica Bar! (lots of Dj’s and suprises)
(right beside Relish)
Chaises Musicals-Furniture, books, music, dvds
152 James St North
THE CLAY STUDIO- 175 James St N.
MELAINE GILLIS STUDIO -126 James St N. (above the Factory 3rd Floor)
SYLVIA NICKERSON ILLUSTRATION-126 James St N. (above the Factory 3rd Floor)
Between the Mulberry Cafe and the Brain

One thought on “Art Crawl This Friday!!!

  1. Jocelyn McKeown

    How can I get my Gallery’s exhibitions listed on this site? We have a great show that is closing this weekend and are excited to see people for Art Crawl. Thanks!

    Nathaniel Hughson Gallery – Ryan Price: Yesterday and Tomorrow
    Closing on March 9
    27 John Street North, Hamilton |
    Yesterday and Tomorrow features Guelph artist Ryan Price’s stunning graphite and mixed media drawings on drywall. Layered and detailed, there is amazing depth to the graphite drawings, highlighted with subtle and restrained additions of colour. Price, an illustrator and printer, brings us a series of drawings with a sense of immediacy, focusing on the here and now.

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