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Toronto: Stephanie Fortin at the Harbourfront Centre

 

Stephanie Fortin. From the "Pinwheel" Series (detail), 2014. Silk, hand dyed, shibori.

Stephanie Fortin. From the “Pinwheel” Series (detail), 2014. Silk, hand dyed, shibori.

Pinwheel Series Large Cushions, 26"x26", Ramie,Shibori, Silk screen,2014

Pinwheel Series Large Cushions, 26″x26″, Ramie,Shibori, Silk screen,2014

WSN Member Stephanie Fortin will be showing wonderful shibori works from her “Pinwheel” series at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto April through June. If you are a Toronto resident or just visiting be sure to visit the Harbourfront Centre to see these dynamic pieces in person. The Craft & Design program at the Harbourfront Centre hosts the exhibition and  is home to various contemporary artists in different disciplines as one of the country’s “largest public multi-disciplinary arts complex.” This year marks for Stephanie the completion of a 3 year artist residency (since 2011) with the Harbourfront Centre.

EXHIBITION: PINWHEEL SERIES TEXTILES BY STEPHANIE FORTIN

April 5 – June 15, 2014

The Craft and Design Studio, Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Canada

For more information about Stephanie Fortin and her brand, Couer de Lion visit: http://www.coeurdeliontextiles.com/

To view more information about the Harbourfront Centre and Stephanie’s exhibition, please visit: http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/craft/exhibition-pinwheel-series-textiles-by-stephanie-fortin/

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