Sunday, 29 December 2013

Amy Shackleton "REFLECTIONS OF THE FUTURE" January and February 2014

Elaine Fleck Gallery Represented artist Amy Shackleton has been SELLING OUT SHOWS at the Elaine Fleck Gallery for several years now and her trajectory for the New Year is straight up.
2014 starts out for Amy with a rare honour for an artist, a two month SOLO SHOW at the Elaine Fleck Gallery.
Artist Statement: “My new series of work is inspired by a recent trip along the coast of California. Throughout my travels I found myself gazing into water, admiring the movements, colours and reflections of the world around me. Reflections can be clear or distorted—transforming our view of the present. In this show I use reflections in pools, lakes and skyscrapers to manipulate my surroundings. I distort the present to reflect my vision of a sustainable future—a future where cities welcome the natural world.”Amy Shackleton
January and February 2014, showing at the Elaine Fleck Gallery, Wednesday to Sunday noon to 5:00pm and by appointment.
Thursday January 9th, 2014, 6 - 9 pm. Opening Night!
Join us at the Elaine Fleck Gallery for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Elaine Fleck will introduce Amy Shackleton and Amy will present a twenty-minute talk on her newest work.
Tuesday January 14, 2014
Elaine Fleck and Amy Shackleton are conducting an Art Talk at SOHO HOUSE Toronto. Soho House has established itself in London, New York, Toronto, Berlin, LA & Miami as the preeminent private members club for those in the creative industries.
Thursday – Sunday January 23-26, 2014
Amy Shackleton is painting “LIVE” at the Interior Design Show! Home Hardware has commissioned the painting which will be placed in a DRAW! A very lucky winner at the Interior Design Show will take home the painting.
February 2014
Fashion Magazine is featuring a two-page spread on Amy Shackleton including photos and an interview discussing her very ambitious “Canadian LEED-scape project”; a 53-foot-long, 13 panel painting that explores the natural environment and the recent development of sustainable buildings across Canada.

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