Meditations on colour and form

“The idea of playing with light and colours has always intrigued me. I began my arts career as a photographer and painter. In my work, I have transferred the skills and concepts of a photographer and painter to the design and fabrication of glass including the combination of canvas and carved plexi-glass. As an artist, I am inspired by light and how it can be manipulated and played with in the glassmaking process. In working with glass, I have had the opportunity to develop a very strong understanding and respect for the many aspects of light. I believe it has taken me into deeper realms of creative process. I’m influenced by the natural world, poetry and music.”
-Damon Dowbak
The artist would like to acknowledge the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council through the Northern Arts and Exhibition Assistance Programs.The Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the late Annie Werbicka Childs toward this exhibition.


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1080 Keewatin Street

Thunder Bay, ON, Canada

P.O. Box 10193

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Tue to Thurs: noon to 8pm

Fri to Sun: noon to 5pm

Admission: PAY WHAT YOU CAN (suggested $5 including gst)

Children (under 12): FREE

Gallery Members: FREE

Admission free Wednesdays is sponsored by the John Andrews Foundation

Tel: 807 577 6427



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