Inspiring creativity: Innovative short animated films & painting installations at DefSup

Art

Let Definitely Superior Art Gallery inspire your creativity! See intriguing animated short films and painting installations by three innovative and award-winning national/international artists—now showing until March 14th.

Panorama/Corrupted Animals – Dagmara Genda – (Toronto/originally from Poland/raised in Thunder Bay)

An immersive and chaotic nature infused exhibition, comprised of architectural installation, drawing and collage that addresses clichés of the Canadian landscape.

Microgeographica – Carly Waito – (Toronto/originally from Thunder Bay)

Detail-rich oil paintings, graphite illustrations and a projected video work, showcasing Waito’s series exploring the unique beauty of precious mineral specimens.

Short Animated Films – Julia Pott – (Brooklyn, NY/originally from London, UK)

A staple of film festivals, Pott’s films use strange imagined animal-like characters, rendered in her disarming/inventive illustration style. Her stories are an often funny and sometimes painful search for something intimate and real.

DefSup is located on the lower level at 250 Park Avenue; open Tuesday-Saturday, 12-6 pm. All ages are welcome, admission is by donation. For more information on these art shows click here.

Sponsored by The Walleye.

 

Photo courtesy of Definitely Superior Art Gallery

 

Art by Carly Waito, Dagmara Genda, and Julia Pott

Art by Carly Waito, Dagmara Genda, and Julia Pott