Mar 25, 2010

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Photo credit: John Gundy

Photo credit: John Gundy


Photo credit: John Gundy

Announcing "The Event: Closing Night Reception" this Monday, March 29, 7-9 pm.
The Event, described as "a celebration of the local food movement" is photographer John Gundy's inaugural exhibition, featuring many familiar faces, including our own Afrim Pristine as well as past and present Festival of Chefs participants.

Gundy has been a recognizable fixture at food events over the past couple of years, and this is the culminations of those efforts.

Expect a cocktail party and reception, a silent auction, and a chance to win (or buy) a gallery print.

"The Event" is an "event" listing on Facebook, find it here.  Quoting John Gundy from the page:
“My photographs contain images harvested locally from food events. I go in search of honest and active portraits of people deeply engaged in their activity and process, and seen at a vital moment of expression, focus and creation.”

I think that gives us a pretty clear picture -- pun intended.


The official invitation and more can be found on The Event blog.

The Event: Closing Night Reception:
 
Monday, March 29, 7-9 pm

The Department Gallery Mainspace
1389 Dundas Steet West,
(between Dufferin and Dovercourt)

Tickets are $30.00 and can be purchased by calling the gallery at:
(416) 720-8273
All major credit cards accepted.
A portion of the proceeds from the reception will be donated to Second Harvest.



In other photography-related news, we are pleased to share the images from around the store provided to us by photographer and CheeseB fan Richard Vandentillaart.
Here we have a small sample:






Some tantalizing shots which will undoubtedly prove useful in future! We encourage any and all who are so inclined to photography, hobbyist or pro, to share your Cheese Boutique photos with us. You can share them with the crowd by uploading fan photos to our Facebook page, or email them to: mail@cheeseboutique.com

1 comment:

  1. lovely photos, i like your shots.... good job! :-)

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