here alone together, new paintings by Stella Cade


26 a curatorial collaboration between artists Nicole Collins, Faculty of Art, and Michael Davidson, presents here alone together, new paintings by Stella Cade

 
DateSaturday, November 26, 2016 - 5:00am

Phone

416 346 3246

Website

http://facebook: www.facebook.com/26artspace?ref=hl

Location

26 Mackenzie Crescent, Toronto, ON, Saturdays, 2-­6 or by appointment

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November 5, 12, 19 and 26 2016

2 -­ 6

here alone together

new paintings by Stella Cade

Join us Saturdays in November. The Artist will be present. Essay by Michael Davidson

"Picture this.

You and I, sitting on the couch. I'm at one end, you're at the other. We haven’t spoken a

word in a while. The room feels silent, but it’s not really. The sounds of the building are

around us. The clock is ticking, the whir of the lights is faint. We are hearing all of this on our

own but also know it is shared experience. We are both in this air, this light, this space

around us.

Picture this.

You and I engaged in thought. Completely and comfortably lost in our own moment in time.

Picture this.

Here we are. Alone, together."

Stella Cade 2016

About the Artist:

Stella Cade (1988, Toronto) has studied at the Art Students League, Concordia University and

received her BFA from OCADU in 2013. Her expressive figures create a dialogue regarding the

complications of intimacy and identity. Cade was awarded the People's Choice Award at the

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition in 2011 and The Donna Maclean Award for portraiture and

representational painting from OCADU in 2013. Cade is the Co-­Founder of Nest

Collective. www.stellacade.com

26 is a domestic viewing space for contemporary art in the Beaconsfield neighborhood of Toronto, Canada.

A curatorial collaboration between artists Nicole Collins and Michael Davidson, 26 features an open program

of diverse local and international artists and seeks to engage the viewer in a critical and relaxed experience

with art.

26 Mackenzie Crescent, Toronto, ON, M6J 1T1

Saturdays, 2-­6 or by appointment

416 346 3246

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/26artspace?ref=hl

tumblr: http://26artspace.tumblr.com/

DateSaturday, November 26, 2016 - 5:00am

Phone

416 346 3246

Website

http://facebook: www.facebook.com/26artspace?ref=hl

Location

26 Mackenzie Crescent, Toronto, ON, Saturdays, 2-­6 or by appointment

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Saturday, November 26, 2016 - 5:00am

November 5, 12, 19 and 26 2016

2 -­ 6

here alone together

new paintings by Stella Cade

Join us Saturdays in November. The Artist will be present. Essay by Michael Davidson

"Picture this.

You and I, sitting on the couch. I'm at one end, you're at the other. We haven’t spoken a

word in a while. The room feels silent, but it’s not really. The sounds of the building are

around us. The clock is ticking, the whir of the lights is faint. We are hearing all of this on our

own but also know it is shared experience. We are both in this air, this light, this space

around us.

Picture this.

You and I engaged in thought. Completely and comfortably lost in our own moment in time.

Picture this.

Here we are. Alone, together."

Stella Cade 2016

About the Artist:

Stella Cade (1988, Toronto) has studied at the Art Students League, Concordia University and

received her BFA from OCADU in 2013. Her expressive figures create a dialogue regarding the

complications of intimacy and identity. Cade was awarded the People's Choice Award at the

Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition in 2011 and The Donna Maclean Award for portraiture and

representational painting from OCADU in 2013. Cade is the Co-­Founder of Nest

Collective. www.stellacade.com

26 is a domestic viewing space for contemporary art in the Beaconsfield neighborhood of Toronto, Canada.

A curatorial collaboration between artists Nicole Collins and Michael Davidson, 26 features an open program

of diverse local and international artists and seeks to engage the viewer in a critical and relaxed experience

with art.

26 Mackenzie Crescent, Toronto, ON, M6J 1T1

Saturdays, 2-­6 or by appointment

416 346 3246

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/26artspace?ref=hl

tumblr: http://26artspace.tumblr.com/

Venue & Address: 
26 Mackenzie Crescent, Toronto, ON, Saturdays, 2-­6 or by appointment
Website: 
http://facebook: www.facebook.com/26artspace?ref=hl
Phone: 
416 346 3246
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