• Sara Pearson – Wanderer

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    Opening Reception: Thursday July 5th 6-8pm
    Exhibition Dates: July 5 – 28, 2018

    Using abstracted imagery of crystallic forms and suggestions of remembered landscapes from past travels, themes of transformation and healing are explored from a feminine perspective with a focus on the spiritual connection between womxn and nature.

    Wanderer explores the process of loss, forgiveness and the rebuilding of one’s self. In life we wander, searching for meaning, identity and connection. Experiencing unexpected change, letting go of past attachments, picking ourselves up again with the support of those around us and traveling a new path.

    In her new body of work Sara Pearson continues her obsession with themes of geological and gemological formations, working with mediums that reflect natural elements of the Earth such as bronze, rocks and clay. She is also interested in the overlap of digital and traditional processes, the visual tangle of abstract and representational methodologies of art making and the optical play of collage. This is Sara’s second solo show with Project Gallery. She currently lives and works in Toronto where she has been a member of Akin Collective for four years. She holds a BFA from OCAD University.


    Please direct inquiries to – Project Gallery is located at 1210 Dundas St E and open Tues-Sat 11-6pm



  • Difficult Placement (Contact Photo)


    Opening Reception: April 26th, 7:00-9:00pm
    Exhibition Dates: April 26 – June 6 2018
    Location: Project Studios

    Curated by Greg McCarthy with works by:
    Cameron Lamothe
    Katelyn Gallucci
    Rachel Guglielmelli
    Sebastián Rodríguez Besa
    Nicolas Vo

    Difficult Placement brings together different interpretations of what it means to be a photographic artist in the expanded field. The artists assert the photograph as physical objects over the depicted events. Thus presenting the viewer with a brief overview of photographic work produced in Toronto that operates outside of the conventions of simply a framed image.

    The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is the largest photography event in the world. Through collaborations with major museums and galleries, CONTACT presents outstanding photographic and lens based work throughout greater Toronto every May.

    Project Studios is located at 184 Munro Street (rear) and is open for receptions and by appointment only. For more information please contact