This exhibition brings together some 40 artists (painters, sculptors, drawers, ceramicists …), offering a wide range of works on the theme of Totem, combining creativity and singularity. The show also presents a great many different techniques.
Image cortesy of Sutton Gallery presenting the works of Marie France Cournoyer, Souvenir de ne pas être (2009),
installation, 1.57 m X 12 cm
The artists represented include: Tamila Barecki, Josée Barette, Noëlla Bellefeuille, Louise J. Bouchard, Daphné Boyer, Hélène Brunet, Denise Caron, Hannah Cohen, Nicole Côté, Don Davidson, Maryse Des Aulniers, Muriel Faille, Hélène Gagnon, Vandana Gillain, Diana Harding-Tucker, Kiona, Lou Leblanc, Susan Lucking, Brigite Normandin, Catherine Panchaud, Louise-Andrée Roberge and Raymonde Vanasse.
Exhibiting for the first time at the Gallery: Marie-Ange Brassard, Norman Brooke, Adèle Bruneau, Marie France Cournoyer, Valérie Desmarais, Maryse Fillion, Céline Gignac, Annis Karpenko, Hélène Raymond Amyot, Ewa Scheer, Johanne Tardif, Sylvie Therrien, Angelika vonder Rhur and Richard Wellbrenner.
Some of the questions the works in this show respond to are: How does totem manifest in contemporary society? What beings in our society carry mythical weight? Does the totem still have a place in today’s society and if so, what is it?
The show continues until April 11. Please note that the Gallery will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 12.
The Gallery is located at 7 Academy in Sutton and is open from Thursday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Thursday to Sunday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
7 Academy, Sutton, Québec, Canada, J0E 2K0
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