Ghazaleh Baniahmad presents: ONE DAY, ONE VERY SIMPLE DAY….


Ghazaleh Baniahmad presents:  ONE DAY, ONE VERY SIMPLE DAY….

 
DateMonday, May 1, 2017 - 10:00am to Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 8:00pm

Cost

Free

Location

WIAprojects CWSE Hallway Gallery 2nd Floor OISE 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON

ONE DAY, ONE VERY SIMPLE DAY….

Ghazaleh Baniahmad

Four years ago, OCADU FoA grad Ghazaleh Baniahmad moved with her family to Canada. At that time, her mother had her first stroke. Since then her life – as artist and daughter - has shifted. She focuses her attention now on her daily struggle as a woman and on being a daughter of a sick mother and an immigrant. Her creative work addresses three themes: mother, immigration and dreams. She experiments and works intuitively with materials and processes using drawing, painting, photo-collage, sculpture and mixed media. She also uses photography and found images and works primarily in black and white. This palette acts as a rich metaphor for memory.

WIAprojects

CWSE Hallway Gallery
2nd Floor OISE

252 Bloor Street West

Toronto, ON

10am - 8pm daily

Free & accessible May 01 - September 30, 2017

Opening: Monday May 1st, 5.30-7pm

Artist Talk: 6 pm

 

DateMonday, May 1, 2017 - 10:00am to Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 8:00pm

Cost

Free

Website Location

WIAprojects CWSE Hallway Gallery 2nd Floor OISE 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON

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artwork with black tones
artwork with black tones
Monday, May 1, 2017 - 10:00am to Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 8:00pm

ONE DAY, ONE VERY SIMPLE DAY….

Ghazaleh Baniahmad

Four years ago, OCADU FoA grad Ghazaleh Baniahmad moved with her family to Canada. At that time, her mother had her first stroke. Since then her life – as artist and daughter - has shifted. She focuses her attention now on her daily struggle as a woman and on being a daughter of a sick mother and an immigrant. Her creative work addresses three themes: mother, immigration and dreams. She experiments and works intuitively with materials and processes using drawing, painting, photo-collage, sculpture and mixed media. She also uses photography and found images and works primarily in black and white. This palette acts as a rich metaphor for memory.

WIAprojects

CWSE Hallway Gallery
2nd Floor OISE

252 Bloor Street West

Toronto, ON

10am - 8pm daily

Free & accessible May 01 - September 30, 2017

Opening: Monday May 1st, 5.30-7pm

Artist Talk: 6 pm

 

Venue & Address: 
WIAprojects CWSE Hallway Gallery 2nd Floor OISE 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON
Cost: 
Free
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