Exciting Artistic Events Coming to Brampton Museum
If you’re interested in checking out some art in the next few weeks, then the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives has a fascinating exhibition in store for you.
PAMA invites you to explore the complexities of black and white composition through a series of captivating drawings by Toronto artist Ronald Bloore. Drawn solely from the art collection at PAMA, Ronald Bloore: Black and White features 27 unique works of art on paper curated by resident senior curator Darrin Martens.
Bloore's highly graphic, intimate and expressive drawings allow us to consider relationships, patterns and form in entirely new ways. They narrate a journey into the brilliance that only black and white compositions can provide" said Martens.
Ronald Bloore: Black and White will be on view Thursday, January 31 through to Tuesday, May 28.This selection of works examines compositional space and brings together a lesser known vein of the artist’s career providing PAMA the opportunity to research and present new ideas about Bloore. In Black and White, Bloore maintains his structural focus while emphasizing a hard-edged approach to abstract forms.
There are some other important dates to remember as well.
Curator Talk with PAMA's Senior Curator of Art Darrin Martens - Sunday, Feb. 10 | 2 - 3 p.m. Included in the price of PAMA admission
Winter Exhibitions Reception - Sunday, Feb. 24 |1:30 - 4 p.m. - Spend an afternoon celebrating our winter exhibitions Ronald Bloore: Black and White, Selections from the Vault and North is Freedom: The Legacy of the Underground Railroad. The afternoon will include feature speakers, a special performance by the Heritage Singers Canada plus light refreshments. (FREE admission)
Will you be checking out these art exhibits and sessions?