REOPENING: Ronald Boaks, Floyd Elzinga, Kimberly Danielson

Ronald Boaks. Portraitt of the Essence of a Muse, 2020 mixed media on canvas 62″ x 72″ Kimberly Danielson. Rite of Spring #1, #2, #3, 2020 36″ x 78″ (each) Floyd Elzinga. Windswept Tree and Rock, n.d. coated steal and stone 17″ x 5″ x 11″

As the province of Ontario begins to reopen from lockdown due to COVID-19, 13th Street Gallery’s REOPENING exhibition starts on June 27 and will run until August 1st, 2020. The exhibit will feature works by two local artists Ronald Boaks and Floyd Elzinga and Toronto artist Kimberly Danielson.

As an abstract artist, Ronald Boaks incorporates pleasure and balance in his works. This exhibition will showcase new works from his ‘Spirit Arise’ series as well as past works to illustrate his diverse exploration with technique and subject matter.

Floyd Elzinga gets his inspiration from rotten stumps, broken branches, invasive species, ravaged trees as well as polar opposites and dysfunctional objects. Working for more than a decade with steel fabrication, he cleverly employs natural and non-traditional sculpting materials.

A graduate from OCAD University, Kimberly Joy Danielson’s body of work emerges as a culmination and synthesis of a lifelong practice of painting, psychoanalysis and exposure to the colours, traditions, and handicrafts of Västerbotten Sweden and Telemark Norway, Kimberly’s cultural heritage.

Exhibition opens June 27, 2020