Looking Glass Foundation is delighted to partner with British Columbian artist Bryan Ryley, AT Art & Interiors and Low Tide Properties for his upcoming Vancouver art exhibition, Bird Song. All works will be available for purchase, with 10% of the proceeds being donated to Looking Glass Foundation.
November 24 – 29, 2022
11am – 4pm
108 W Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 1G8
Looking Glass Foundation invites you to the exhibition opening on the evening of November 24th, 6pm – 8pm. No registration required.
Curated by Allison Thompson, Bird Song is a series of abstract artworks developed in response to the outset of COVID-19, and the sense of urgency through the natural disasters in British Columbia throughout 2021/22.
Bryan Ryley is a Canadian artist living and working in Vernon, British Columbia. Bird Song features 15 of Ryley’s most recent large-scale paintings, presented for the first time in this exhibition.
Described as “emotional roadmaps of the times we are living through”, Ryley’s captivating and relevant pieces intend to evoke a ‘presence’ of things, unseen yet felt. With an overarching message of the collective resilience required to withstand the constant shifts in our society, these remarkable paintings are intentionally both simple and complex.
Looking Glass is honoured to partner with the Bird Song exhibition. Funds raised will directly support our Peer Support Program, providing those struggling with disordered eating the support they need, no matter where they are on their recovery journey.
AT Art & Interiors - www.allisonthompsonstudio.com
Bryan Ryley – www.bryanryley.com
Low Tide Properties - www.lowtideproperties.com
Cactus Club – www.cactusclubcafe.com
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Art Credit: Bryan Ryley