If you haven't had a chance to see A Talent to Amuse, the show remains up until October 18th!
To celebrate, Artist Tim Storey will give his own insight into the retrospective of works currently on display at the gallery.
Admission is free, RSVP to reserve a seat!
About Tim Storey:
Born in England, Storey spent his childhood and youth in Grimsby. After attending Sheridan College in the early 1970’s, he and his partner established a studio near Jordan. Storey’s first major exhibition was in the Grimsby Public Art Gallery around 1980. Snap, our large ceramic dragon on permanent display just outside the gallery’s main doors, was purchased for the collection at this time. Storey eventually moved on to the Madawaska area and continued his very successful career. He is particularly well known for his animal and fantasy themed tea-pots, which are featured in numerous significant Canadian and international collections.