Annette Seip Showcases COOL Exhibit

We invite you to the coolest of exhibits now thru the end of April. COOL is the title of the exhibit. Annette Seip BIO. After many years in the field of science graduating with an MSc from McMaster, Annette turned her talents to photography. Her award winning photography elicits feelings of peace and serenity. She has exhibited in several juried and solo art shows in Mississauga and Toronto, including Britain Street Gallery, Queen Gallery, Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts, Visual Arts Mississauga, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, CONTACT Photography Festival, and The Royal Ontario Museum and Cooper’s Fine Art Gallery for Touched by Fire. R.M. Vaughan described Annette’s “Ice Diamond” in the Globe and Mail as …”a photograph so dappled with liquid light, it could be mistaken for a Mary Pratt painting.”

This is what the artist has to say:

Annette’s most well-known piece

“I have always been intrigued by water and its serene qualities. On a purely practical level we are very much dependent on water for our survival and protecting our freshwater is imperative. What I want to share with you with these photographs is the beauty of water in both its liquid and solid form. Ice miraculously floats in water, reflects and absorbs light like prisms, and is impermanent. It forms incredible structures, lattices, crystallized sculptures. Water calms the soul, is contemplative and hypnotic, powerful, dimensional and dynamic. . All of these physical properties combined with the ability of ice and water to elicit feelings inspired my collection, COOL.”

Author: Susan Bate

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