Art Scene

Frank Lemire’s photos are on display at the Lazy Daisy Café.
Frank Lemire’s photos are on display at the Lazy Daisy Café.

Beach/Leslieville photographer Frank Lemire is showing some of his photos from Ontario’s provincial parks at the Lazy Daisy Café, 1515 Gerrard St. E., now through Feb. 4.
Called Provincial, the exhibition features many infrared photographs of this province’s natural treasures. “My family and I have been camping for many years,” Lemire said. “We’ve been to Killbear, The Pinery, Bon Echo, and of course Algonquin. While my wife and daughter play on the beach, I like to go hiking with my camera.”
“I dream of the world in infrared,” said Lemire who uses a specially converted infrared digital camera. “I really like the way it lets me interpret the landscape. Suddenly I am able to create abstract visions while still in reality.”
There will be an artist’s reception held on Jan. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. For more information visit Lemire’s website at beyondsight.ca.

Artist and actor Aron Tager, is holding a special mini-retrospective of his work at the Voulez-Vous Café, 1560 Queen St. E., now through Feb. 28. The show will feature some of Tager’s recent work in paper mosaic, as well as examples from his past artistic output. As well as being an artist in the community, Tager is also an accomplished actor, having appeared in many films and television series over his career.
There will be an artist’s reception Feb. 3, from 7 to 9 p.m. where the public can meet Tager, and discuss his work. For more information call 416-466-8088.


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