New Art Exhibition Showcasing 'Transitions' Opening in Brampton Soon
A Brampton Art Gallery is debuting a new exhibition this week!
Beaux Arts Gallery has announced the "Transitions" Art Exhibition. The exhibit is described as: “A visual art showcase of various subject matters, that explores the process or periods of change that people, places and things undergo when transitioning from one condition to another.”
It has been curated by Regan Jane Hayward, a graduate of Ryerson University Arts & Entertainment Management Program, CMU College of Makeup Art & Design, and OCAD Curatorial Development, Art Theory, Criticism & Design.
Hayward continues her Art History Studies at the University of Toronto and keeps a studio space for her curatorial practice at Beaux Arts Brampton.
Hayward collaborated with artists who “shared a vision to explore subjects and issues impacting personal development and collective consciousness.”
Residents are invited to come and celebrate this art exhibition with an opening reception on Thursday, June 13th, from 7-9pm.
The exhibition will be displayed in Beaux Arts galleries for a month until July 13.
Beaux Arts is an artist-run gallery that serves as a premier exhibition and event space for emerging to established artists and photographers.
The venue is located at 70 Main Street North, Brampton.
You can learn more about the artists whose works are showcased here.
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