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Bleeding Blue

Steam Whistle Gallery APRIL ART SHOW, exhibiting April 3-30, 2017

The Bleeding Blue series captures the likenesses of our iconic Toronto Blue Jays players with Shuter’s strong graphic detailing and strikingly bold, abstracted backgrounds. The work was showcased at the Rogers Centre’s Luxury Summit Lounge in August 2016 in support of the Jays Care Foundation, and the entire collection is viewable at http://www.samarashuter.com/specialprojects/ 


Samara Marlee Shuter (b. 1986) is a contemporary Canadian artist known for her strikingly bold paintings of men’s suits. Born in Montreal, Shuter is an untrained artist who began her career in the film industry. Since 2012, Shuter has staged multiple solo exhibitions of her work, participated in numerous group exhibitions, and donated her work to major publicinstitutions and charities. Her work has been showcased throughout Canada and the United States at such esteemed sites as the Rockefeller Center in NY and the Bronx Museum of the Arts. She has been sought out by Facebook, Timberland Shoes, and the Toronto International Film Festival for special projects featuring her art. Shuter allows her past experiences to inform her artwork: the bold colours and graphic patterns for which Shuter is renowned are largely inspired by the artist’s family roots in the textile industry. Her work is largely inspired by her explorations of the “suit,” and themes of nostalgia, belonging, and self-actualization. Shuter currently lives and works in Toronto.


DJ Field McQueen will be spinning at the opening night reception. 


About the Steam Whistle Gallery


All exhibitions are open free to the public- Monday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.  Steam Whistle Brewing - The Roundhouse - 255 Bremner Blvd. Toronto. (south of the CN Tower) 416 362 2337 x 246.


Steam Whistle Brewing hosts monthly art exhibitions in our Gallery to showcase local creative talent.  Although many exhibitors are established artists, some are showing for the first time.  Steam Whistle does not charge rent for their gallery space, nor is a commission earned on any works that are sold.  At the close of each show, one piece from the show (of the artist’s choice) is donated to our permanent collection bringing further profile to artists through the thousands of visitors to the brewery annually.


 

Event Details

Date: Monday, April 03, 2017
End Date: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Event Type: Art
Location: Steam Whistle Brewing - 255 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, Ontario
Time: Opening Reception Wednesday April 5th, 2017
Ticket: free to the public