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ECHOES OF THE FLAME

Presented by Gallery 1313

December 02 - December 10, 2022 12- 6pm
Gallery 1313
1313 Queen Street West
Fee:  Free

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Gallery 1313 1313 Queen St. West www.g1313.org

ECHOES OF THE FLAME: ART INSPIRED BY THE LYRICS OF THE TRAGICALLY HIP FINE ART EXHIBIT TRAVELS TO TORONTO FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT

SONG-WORD ART HOUSE PRESENTS ONE-OF-A-KIND ART EXHIBITION DECEMBER 2ND – 10TH AT GALLERY 1313

PRODUCED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE TRAGICALLY HIP, A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS GENERATED FROM SALES OF THE ORIGINAL 18-PIECE COLLECTION WILL BE DONATED IN SUPPORT OF THE TSI TYÓNNHEHT ONKWAWÉN:NA LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL CENTRE

Produced in partnership with The Tragically Hip, Echoes Of The Flame includes a mixture of paintings, sculptures and mixed media artworks. The artworks curated for the exhibit have an epic feel to them, incorporating lyrics chosen from The Tragically Hip’s vast catalogue into the actual pieces of art, marrying the power of the written word with the beauty of the image. The 17x JUNO Award winning band and Canadian Music Hall of Fame inducteesoversaw the artist selection process for the exhibition, ensuring that Canadian artists made up 75% of the roster including representation from Indigenous creators and French Canadians.

Contributors to the exhibition include producer Daniel Lanois (Bob Dylan, Neil Young, U2), veteran Canadian musician Tom Wilson (Junkhouse, Lee Harvey Osmond), Toronto’s Peter Horvath, up-and-coming artist Dina Roudman and more. Fans of The Hip may also recognize the name of the Kingston based artist Simon Andrew, whose artwork graced the cover of the band’s 1994 album Day For Night.

Of the exhibition, Toronto native and Song-Word Art House’s co-founder Joe Woolf sees the music-inspired collections he curates as “the fine art version of the tribute album”.

Art lovers and fans will have a chance to view the entire eighteen-piece collection of fine art, including eight original artworks that remain available for purchase from December 2nd to 10th at Gallery 1313. The weeklong engagement will include a limited edition run of prints of each artwork in the 18-piece collection, capturing the celebration of this fine art tribute. A portion of the revenue generated from the sale of the original artwork will be donated to the Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na language and cultural centre, located on a Mohawk reservation in Tyendinaga, ON. Funds will be used to help build a school dedicated to teaching students their Indigenous language.

Participating Artists & Selected Songs

Simon Andrew – Bobcaygeon
Micheal Barber – Fiddler’s Green
Jeff Bartels – Grace, Too
Brayden Bugazzi – Trickle Down
Rob Croxford – New Orleans Is Sinking
William DeBilzan – Ahead By A Century
Sandrine Dickel – Boots Or Hearts
Filippo Fiumani – Fully Completely
Niki Hare – Blow At High Dough
Peter Horvath – Looking For A Place To Happen
Daniel Hughes – Wheat Kings
Brigitta Kocsis – Ouch
Daniel Lanois – Not Necessary
Kai McCall – Ahead By A Century
Eric Nado – Poets
Dina Roudman – Tired As Fuck
Sylvain Tremblay – Little Bones
Tom Wilson – Now The Struggle Has A Name


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