A collaboration of art by Sidney Scallan (fine artist) and Melissa Price (photographer)
August 1 – 12, 2017
in the South Gallery
Meet the Artists:
Saturday August 5, 3 – 5 p.m.
Johari Winter is a series of images that captures the mood and symbolic references of landscape and objects to our inner selves. The title, Johari Winter, is a play on the communication therapy “Johari Window,” created by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham as a tool to help people understand their interpersonal and intrapersonal communication and relationships. Johari Winter seeks to superimpose, through the photographs of objects, structure and landscapes, the knowledge of the self that is both known and unknown. All photographs were taken one cold winter day in London, Ontario. All work was painted and established over a 5-month moment of reflection in Kuwait, Middle East.
Sidney Scallan is a South African artist who has exhibited in South Africa as well as South Korea. Her medium is photography, collage and acrylic on canvas. She studied Art History at University level and is a self-taught artist.
Facebook Page: Sidney Scallan Art.
Melissa Price is an established photographer from London, Ontario. She is a graduate from the New York Institute of Photography. Her medium extends to all subject matter but her real passion is photographing local musicians and artists and capturing the magic of the live moment.
Facebook: @brassringimagery and @mjayneimages
The ARTS Project’s regular gallery hours are Tuesdays-Saturdays from noon-5 p.m., and is free admission.