The Leon Frazer Client Art Gallery

 

When Leon Frazer recently made the move to a new office space just blocks away from their previous address, somewhere along the way, a creative concept was born. Why not take advantage of the blank walls in the new space for the clients of the firm to showcase their artistic talents? Thus, the Leon Frazer Client Art Gallery was launched.

The project became a true partnership in the making. Select clients were invited to contribute up to six unique works of art for Leon Frazer’s employees, clients, business partners and visitors to enjoy and purchase. Renowned painter, curator and Vice President of OCAD University Alumni Association, Virginia Trieloff, agreed to curate the pieces for display. Virginia worked closely with the artists to catalogue and display the exhibits. She compiled information on each of the artists profiled, as well as descriptions of the chosen art selections, working with her experienced team of art installers to properly display the works.  Currently, the Art Gallery showcases the works of six artists, with three more to join the display in the upcoming month. Virginia has set up protocols for future exhibits, which will draw on more of the company’s gifted clients, and include still more artwork and sculptures. The art will be displayed for approximately six months, before it is rotated to include new pieces. All Leon Frazer clients who are interested in displaying works are encouraged to call or email Dona Eull-Schultz at 416 933-5758 or dschultz@leonfrazer.com.

See below for some of the current pieces currently on display at the Leon Frazer office. New pieces are constantly being added, so be sure to check back often for more updates.

 

New City Hall by Ethel Dunkley

New City Hall by Ethel Dunkley

 

Sunflower Kiss by Ellen Dahlstrom

Sunflower Kiss by Ellen Dahlstrom

Boy in Red Tuque by Aline Myles Banting

Boy in Red Tuque by Aline Myles Banting

 

 

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