Ana Gribbons, visual artist
Spring shows keep me on the go

My schedule of Spring shows begins with my opening at RedSable, the gallery at 1765 Danforth (at Coxwell) operated by Canadian still-life artist Klaas Hart and gallery manager Julie Glick.

My show at RedSable runs from April 16-May 17. It features 13 of my newer works, all of them cityscapes. These new paintings focus on the glow of winter and the slow rebirth of the city in the Spring.

Immediately following that show, a retrospective of all my waterscape series will be on display at the Toronto Unitarian Congregation at Avenue Road and St. Clair, for several weeks. When all the details are confirmed, I will inform the people on my mailing list and post information here. Last year, I shared the space with two other artists, but this year’s show will be a solo effort.

To round out my Spring schedule, I will once again participate in the Riverdale Art Walk in June. Last year in the park was fun, but this year I will retreat again into the cool shadows on the Blue Moon pub, where I will share the space with my friend and colleague Noreen Hood. More details later.

It’s an exciting time! Please sign up on my¬†contact page if you’d like email updates on my comings and goings over the Spring and Summer.