In the mood for art, coffee and crêpes?
On Thursday, September 30th between 7pm and 10pm drop by the Art Square Gallery for the Opening reception of ArtPolonica TWO: “IN – LINE – OUT”
This is the second annual exhibit presented by PolishedARTS and the Polish Consulate in Toronto dedicated to building Canadian awareness of contemporary Polish artists. This year, ART POLONICA TWO celebrates drawing as an art form.
The exhibit brings together eleven exceptional established as well as emerging artists from Poland and Canada who have used drawing to explore the world around them. They have done this in ways that capture everyday life in both abstract and self-expressive fashions.
Participating artists from Poland include: Anna Bem-Borucka, Henryk Czesnik, Kazimierz Kalkowski, Maria Targonska, Ewa Juszkiewicz and from Canada: Lilian Lampert, Janusz Bartul, Maya Foltyn, Adam Kolodziej, Wiktor Zajkowski-Gad and Veronika Szkudlarek.
The exhibition starts today and runs until October 10th. The gallery is open from 10am to 11pm.
The Art Square Gallery (334 Dundas St West, Toronto) is located directly across from the AGO. And aside from its great art work it features a café where you can try their famous profiteroles (four cream-filled pastry puffs covered in rich organic chocolate sauce), decadent truffles (made using 100% dark chocolate as a base and featuring saffron, citrus zests, tea, and vodka) rich coffee and mouth-watering crêpes.
Definitely a great place to check out and comes highly recommended!
For more on the café check out this great write-up on BlogTO.