Rawmeet Studio and Gallery Windsor Ontario
There is a write up in today's Windsor Star regarding this gallery
new to our city.............
This posting below found on a blog from a google search
Mayor of Monmouth
RAWMEET on Monmouth. Gallery debut
After a successful run in Toronto, ODE to EDO comes to Windsor, Ontario -- Featuring the works of eleven international artists, including a striking collection of samurai armour and regalia. Thursday, October 1st to Sunday the 4th at RAWMEET, a new Studio/Gallery in Walkerville. GRAND OPENING is on October 2nd, FRIDAY NIGHT, at 7PM - everyone is welcome. The spirit and visual richness of the Samurai culture speaks to us today through films, manga, as well as personal experience. This collection, with pieces dating from the 1890s through the 1990s, serves as a starting point for our group of western and eastern artists; a direct link to the past, stimulating new forms of creativity. This is our Ode to Edo and the traditions that have honoured the samurai for centuries.
Participating artists include :
Jori Baldwin (Toronto) — http://www.joribaldwin.com/
Harvey Chan (Toronto) — http://www.harveychan.ca/
Mike Faille (Hamilton) — http://mikefaille.com/
Nathan Fox (Milwaukee) — http://www.foxnathan.com/
Sam Hiti (Minneapolis) — http://samhiti.blogspot.com/
Scott Hughes (Windsor) — Rawmeet Studio/Gallery
Kagan McLeod (Toronto) — http://www.kaganmcleod.com/
Phil McLeod (Windsor) — Rawmeet Studio/Gallery
David Pepper (Windsor) — http://www.walkervilletimes.com/okame.htm
Ben Shannon (Toronto) — http://www.shoontz.com/Site/ben%20shannon.html
Matt Woods (Windsor) — Rawmeet Studio/Gallery
Friday Evening at 7:00 P.M., October 2
628 Monmouth Road, Unit 6
South of Wyandotte Street East
(Across from the new Club Lofts)
So proud of all the fabulous people who keep our City growing.
Special mention to my friend Phil McLeod.