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A FUNDRAISER LOTTERY OF HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT PRINTS BY EARLY MEMBERS OF THE RED HEAD GALLERY
TUESDAY DECEMBER 17, 2013
PREVIEW 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
LOTTERY 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
THE RED HEAD GALLERY
401 RICHMOND ST. WEST, #115
TORONTO ON M5V 3A8
With the purchase of a REDROSPECTIVE 2013 ticket you will enjoy an evening of great art,hors d’oeuvres and refreshments AND you will be leaving with a beautiful, historically significant, signed, original print selected by you during our live lottery. A number will be assigned to you when you arrive and our MC will begin calling out numbers in random order at 8 pm. When your number is called you will have 60 seconds to claim your chosen print.
$100 Attend Party and get a Print
$120 Attend Party and get a Print (admits two)
BUY TICKETS NOW
PREVIEW THE PRINTS ONLINE at http://www.redheadgallery.org/redrospective2013
ABOUT REDROSPECTIVE 2013
The Red Head Gallery is offering a number of prints from two markedly different collections of historically significant original prints for it’s 23rd anniversary fundraiser, REDROSPECITVE 2013.
Where does the REDROSPECTIVE 2013 print collection come from?
In 1990, to raise money for the newly formed Red Head Gallery collective, 16 artists contributed original prints assembled as a portfolio, and an additional four artists were added to the set in 1991.
The 1990-91 collection of 20 prints is a hand-made, hand-printed, hands-on collection - multiple block linocuts, lithographs, aquatint, dry-point, and silkscreen prints. The prints measure 11 x 17 inches and were each printed in an edition of 70.
The majority of the year 2000 prints are digital and/or photo based prints: C-prints, Xerox, video stills, black and white photos, and Inkjets. These prints measure 8 x 10 inches and the edition size is five.
These two collections together, the hand-printed and the digital/photo based, constitute the personal, idiosyncratic stamp of 39 of Canada's most recognizable names in visual art.
Artists featured are Andrew Wright • Bridget Corkery • Carl Skelton • David Sylvestre • Ed Pien • Gene Threndyle • Greg McHarg • Howard Podeswa • Janice Carbert • Jeanie Thib • Jocelyn Belcourt Salem • Johannes Zits • Julie Voyce • Kartz Ucci • Lisa Neighbor • Lois Andison • Lorna Mills • Lyn Carter • Marie de Sousa • Mark Isaac • Mary Catherine Newcomb • Michael Davey • Michelle Bellemare • Millie Chen • Nathalie Olanick • Patrick Mahon • Penelope Stewart • Rachelle Viader Knowles • Rebecca Diederichs • Richard Sewell • Sandra Gregson • Sandra Rechico • Sharon Cook • Sharon Switzer • Stephen Richards • Sue Lloyd • Tom Bendtsen • Tony Wilson • Yvonne Singer