• Steam Whistle September Art Show – Rock and Roll Art Show

    Aug 22 2012 – Steam Whistle Brewing has been supporting the artist community since 2000 by hosting monthly art exhibitions in their Gallery to showcase local creative talent. The August art exhibit titled “Rock N’ Roll Art Show” incorporates photos of famous musicians and other performers within abstract paintings and designs. These images come from the legendary Bruce Cole Collection of photographs.
    Bruce Cole is a legendary rock photographer who for many years took pictures of some of the most famous musicians in the world. Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Bob Dylan, Anne Murray, Rush and an endless list of others all found themselves on the other side of Bruce’s lens.
    Now in 2012, artists Brooke Opatowski and Jonathan Hiltz are taking Bruce’s most iconic images and incorporating them into gorgeous abstract artwork. The Rock n’ Roll Art Show is the collaboration of these three artists coming together to create original work, containing some of the world’s most famous performers.  
    The Opening Night Party will take place on Wednesday September 5th2012 from 7-11pm at Steam Whistle Brewing at 255 Bremner Blvd or visit the brewery during all of September to see the exhibition.

    About Steam Whistle Gallery:
    Steam Whistle Brewing hosts monthly art exhibitions in their Gallery to showcase local creative talent.  Although many exhibitors are established artists, some are showing for the first time.  Steam Whistle does not charge rent for their gallery space, nor is a commission earned on any works that are sold.  At the close of each show, one piece from the show (of the artist’s choice) is donated to their permanent collection bringing further profile to artists through the thousands of visitors to the brewery annually.
    All exhibitions are open free to the public- Monday to Thursday from 12 noon to 6 pm, Friday and Saturday from 11 am -6pm, and Sunday from 11am to 5 pm.  Steam Whistle Brewing – The Roundhouse – 255 Bremner Blvd.  Toronto. (south of the CN Tower) 416 362 2337 x 246.
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