Beaux Arts Gallery Open Photographic Art Exhibition
Beaux Arts Gallery Open Photographic Art Exhibition!
Brampton, Ontario: For Immediate Release
Beaux Arts Brampton continues to be the hotbed for visual arts in Brampton as it debuts its Open Photographic Art Exhibition juried by the renowned, Edward Moffat and sponsored by the Downtown Brampton BIA. With entries from artists across the Greater Toronto Area enthralled with the theme, this show is sure to captivate audiences with all its stark photography. Beaux Arts asked artists to show the worlds they found that belonged solely to the world of black and white photography, to capture the intersection of what is, and what is felt. This show runs from Wednesday, May 4th to Saturday, June 4th, 2022 in Beaux Arts’ new gallery space, located at 16 Queen St. East, in downtown Brampton.
“The exhibition theme of black and white has been conveyed with both elegance and modernity by the exhibiting artists, garnering new perspective for viewers, and bring out a new side of the ‘mundane.’ A thought-provoking show not to miss!” says Gallery Chair, Tyler Andrews, and Operations Manager, Josephine Condotta.
Edward Moffat is a Photographic Artist living in Brampton. He does portraiture, commercial photography, and videography through moffatcreative.ca. Clients using his work include Voortmans Cookies, IBM, The Ontario Telemedicine Network, RBC, Panasonic, Canada Border Services, Hitachi Data Systems, Distillery District Magazine, and The IT Media Group around North America. Fashion and various forms of portraiture work have taken him coast to coast in Canada. He has been published in Canada, the US and Mexico.
Beaux Arts Gallery is committed to engaging with artists at various levels in their careers to present their work in a supportive environment that fosters understanding of complex subjects and diverse set of ideas. Beaux Arts collaborative exhibitions, programs, and special events offer education, inspiration and celebration to foster critical thinking, positive social cohesion, and public engagement with ART. Beaux Arts is a not-for-profit gallery operating successfully since 2002. Beaux Arts was founded by the Brampton Arts Council & dedicated visual artists, with the support of the City of Brampton, Downtown Brampton BIA, Trillium, and many volunteers, members & private sponsors. If you wish to purchase an artwork or rent our space, please visit the website at: www.beauxartsbrampton.org.
Gallery Chair, Tyler Andrews
Beaux Arts Brampton, 16 Queen St E