The TART GALLERY presents... VICIOUS, DELICIOUS and AMBITIOUS Group Show
For Immediate Release:
The TART GALLERY presents...
Women's pop art from North America. In conjunction with a new book
VICIOUS,DELICIOUS and AMBITIOUS: 20th Century Women Artists, this exhibit
features work by 13 of North America's premiere "ladies of lowbrow" from kitcshy to exquisite, the work includes pop still-lifes, painted bowling pins, glamourous goddesses, kiddles on wood plaques, sparkly dolls painted on cupboard doors and much more! Featuring celebrated artists Kirsten Easthope, Lisa Petrucci, Stacy Lande, Christine Karas, Isabel Samaras, Sharon
Leong, Sunny Buick and emerging artists Andrea Tucker, Rebecca 7, Annette
Hasell, DragonFly, Nicole Steen and Vicki M.
VICIOUS, DELICIOUS and AMBITIOUS Group Show
Art Opening and Book Signing
Thursday October 17 2002 7-10pm
Runs October 17-Nov. 2
Ne Plus Ultra-Project Space
1080 Queen St W. Toronto,Canada
Saturday November 23 ,2002 7-10pm
Third Avenue Gallery
1725 W. Third Avenue,Vancouver BC Canada
One Night Only!!
Info and pics: http://www.thetartgallery.com/ladies1.html
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