Connections Gallery on Danforth Avenue hosts Noir/Chroma exhibit

Works by a number of artists and photographers including Peter Dusek's Hush will be on display at the Connections Gallery Noir/Chroma exhibit which opens Jan. 3.

Connections Gallery is hosting a Noir/Chroma exhibition from Jan. 3 to Feb. 28.

There will be an opening reception celebration on Jan. 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the gallery, which is located at 1840 Danforth Ave., between Woodbine and Coxwell avenues.

Noir/Chroma explores the colour and black/white aspects of art through a variety of subject matters.

The exhibition will feature works by a number of artists including international award-winning Canadian photographer Peter Dusek, a minimalist Zen-inspired landscape artist.

Also, there will be works by award-winning thematic Canadian artist and sculptor Marlene Hilton Moore, a recipient of many public art commissions including the prestigious Valliant’s Memorial, Ottawa.

Many other artist’s works including those of Alan Dunlop, Susan Kerr, Kerry Hayes, and Leah Oates will be displayed at the exhibition as well.

For more information on the Noir/Chroma exhibition, please visit or call at 416-668-2006.

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