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Cosmic Geometry

Top row: Lindy Fyfe, Heather Macali, Gwen Lowery, Jennifer Crenshaw, Robert Davidovitz.
Second row: Neha Puri Dhir, Jennifer Crenshaw, Gwen Lowery, Eszter Bornemisza, Heather Macali.
Third row: Xia Gao, Elaine Whittaker, Gwen Lowery, Heather Macali, Heather Macali.
Fourth row: Joyce Watkins King, Kristina Daukintytė Aas, Gwen Lowery, Robert Davidovitz, Neha Puri Dhir.
Fifth row: Milena Radeva, Karen LeBlanc, Frances Solar, Jill Ault, Melissa Woodburn.



The Gallery
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Main Festival Venue

Oakville, Ontario, Canada


Sat. Oct 29 – Sun. Nov 27, 2016
Opening Reception: Sat. Oct 29, 2016 2 – 4 pm

Admission: FREE

Address: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre,
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario
Closest Intersection: Bridge Road & Third Line
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Parking: Free

Gallery Hours: Mon. – Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
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Exhibition Description

Cosmic Geometry

Patterns, shapes, and forms that we find everywhere and always, are the focus of this vibrant and absorbing show. It demands not only our close attention but also our capacity to appreciate the universal aspect of things.

This is our main festival exhibit and features 16 artists and 44 pieces. Curators Gareth Bate and Dawne Rudman began with an international call for submissions that attracted hundreds of artists. They like to curate based entirely on what they receive. When looking for the main thematic exhibition they were struck by the continual occurrence of dramatic that had either a cosmic vibe or used colourful geometric patterns. They decided to bring them all together into a show which became Cosmic Geometry. This will be mounted in the beautiful gallery at our main festival venue Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre in Oakville.






Gwen Lowery.



The Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
Oakville's wonderful cultural centre which opened in 2012 and hosted the exhibition Quiet Zone in Festival 2012 and The Red and the Black in Festival 2014. We are very excited to show again in this spectacular gallery.

Special Thanks:
Gallery Liaisons
: Tonia Di Risio and Dianne Pearce.


The Quiet Zone exhibition from 2012 and The Red and The Black from 2014 at The Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Culture Centre, Oakville.


Quick Links to Other 2016 Exhibitions:

Late in the Season | Solo Shows & Installations | Quiet Zone 2 | www: whimsical, wacky and wild |
Cat Walk & Kimono Road | Judith Scott | me and you