A Number of Events Exhibition | Open Studio Printmaking Gallery | Toronto 2005
"A Number of Events", a solo exhibition of my recent, large-sized monotypes, opened in Toronto
at Open Studio on June 23, 2005. Open Studio is Toronto's primary printmaking studio, located in
the 401 Richmond building, a heritage location which houses the printmaking studio and gallery,
along with a micro village of cultural enterprises. Here's a bit more on 401 Richmond, an excerpt
from their website.

401 Richmond is a historic warehouse in downtown Toronto and home to over 140 cultural producers and microenterprises. Aware of the need for affordable workspace in the city’s downtown core, the Zeidler Family who purchased the property in 1994, took an aged building with 40% occupancy, and rather than tarting it up or tearing it down, transformed it into a fully-leased thriving cultural and commercial centre within 18 months. Today the building has an eclectic tenant base that reflects the variety of artistic practices and entrepreneurial endeavours taking place in Toronto's cultural centre. Browsing through the Tenant Directory will give you a pretty good idea of the kinds of things that take place under this roof every day. 401 Richmond is home to 12 art galleries, fashion designers, film makers, jewelers, architects, animators, healers, communications specialists, graphic artists, milliners, charitable organizations and even a Spanish dance school.