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SPIRIT PAINTINGS

Friday April 25th, 6 – 9 PM – Opening Night
Saturday April 26th, 12 – 4 PM
81 Wychwood Park, Toronto

Exploring the nature of spirituality through light and colour, Toronto-based artist Lori Dell presents new works in a spring exhibition, generously hosted by Sarah & Marc Giacomelli in their beautiful Wychwood Park heritage home.  Spirit Paintings are representative of the artist’s own personal conversation with colour and form.  Drawing from the maturity of a 20 year career, Dell allows the materiality of her paint to strike the balance between movement and expression, light versus dark. As Dell’s Spirit Paintings wrestle with their own concepts of purity and perception, viewers are granted moments of quiet contemplation amid the turmoil.

With Dell’s work often recognized for being nurtured by nature, her Spirit Paintings exhibition is nicely paired with the surrounding private grounds of Wychwood Park.  This salon-style show will be exhibited in the original studio of Canadian artist George Reid. Our special thanks goes out to Sarah & Marc Giacomelli for inviting us into their home.

Lori Dell is a visual artist who is best known for her emotionally-charged abstractions of traditional subject matter. Her work engages with and reinterprets ideas of portraiture, landscape painting, and architecture. Drawing inspiration from her own life experiences, Dell often produces large concept works with skillful execution of colour and material often described as bold, spiritual, and meditative. Having exhibited her works in galleries throughout Toronto and New York over the last two decades, her portraiture and other works can be found in both private and public collections throughout the city. Lori has also garnered recognition for illustration and set and costume design. Lori Dell lives and works in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Contact Information

Email: lori@loridell.com
Phone: 647 718 1625
Website: www.loridell.com

Location & Directions

81 Wychwood Park, Toronto ON M6G 2V5
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Exhibit Hours

Friday April 25th, 6 – 9 PM – Opening Night
Saturday April 26th, 12 – 4 PM