Thursday, July 12, 2012

AMBIGUITY Exhibition Opens at Taylor Photography Studio in Kingston


the ability to express more than one interpretation

Friday July 13th – Friday July 27th, 2012

One of the many wonders of the human race is our ability to interpret a single thought, object, vision or message in an infinite number of ways. Ambiguity is an exhibition of unique style combining the creativity of five fibre artists and the visionary eye behind the lens of Kingston area photographers. From a selection of four words: Celebrate, Random, Serenity and Striations; the artists illustrate their own personal definition.

Artist Reception “Meet & Greet”
Thursday, July 19th 2012
5:00PM to 7:00PM
Refreshments will be served. Everyone welcome.

SAQA Central Canada Artists participating include  SUSAN FARBER, BETHANY GARNER, SANDRA GARNER, JANINE GATES AND MARGARET MORRIS.

The fibre artists have been working together in a collaborative Twelve by Twelve project format for the past fourteen months. This exhibition features a selection of their work along with that of some pretty terrific Kingston area photographers and supports the opening of this all new Downtown Kingston Gallery located at the Taylor Studios Gallery at the corner of King Street in the Four Points Sheraton location.

What better time of year to visit downtown Kingston in its summertime best and enjoy the exhibition. A stop at CORNERSTONE at Ontario and Princess Streets is a feast for the arts lovers in all of us!

For further information, contact Pamela Farber, Gallery Curator at pamelafarber@gmail.com or visit the Taylor Photography Gallery website details pages at