One exhibit is out of this world, the other explores the magic winter brings to Earth. Both shows, displaying the work of area artists, are in London this season.
Structural Impressionism: Paintings by Jack Winn is on at London’s Fringe Custom Framing and Gallery until December 2.
This is a large exhibition for the prolific Winn who is particularly eager to draw public attention to his two newest pieces.
“Planet Locator” and “Intersection of Time and Space,” which Winn describes as spectacular and intriguing, both reflect his ongoing interest in space, the cosmos, time, and quanta. And they show a little bit of heaven here on earth.
“I have read that Stonehenge was a type of key to differentiate planet earth from other places in the galaxy,” Winn says. “The planet locator is sending the codex. The intersection is the beginning of the flow of time and is either being created by or is creating an overseeing consciousness.”
He must be headed in the right direction, as two of his related dark matter pieces were purchased by the quantum computing department at the University of Waterloo.
Chill Art Show is on at Art With Panache Gallery until December 15. Described by owner Audrey Cooper as a collection that expresses the beauty and excitement of the winter season, Chill presents the thrills and spills of our most challenging season.