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Canada’s leading contemporary outdoor and online art fair

TOAF will take place July 12 – 14, 2024.

Liam Reynolds

City
Guelph
Booth
Nathan Phillips Square
Booth 33

Liam Reynolds (b.2000) is a dedicated visionary artist and art curator whose compositions come from unconscious and meditative sessions. Of mixed settler and Mi’kmaq heritage, Liam’s scenes represent his own humanity and our connections to the universe around us through a design-oriented and symbolic approach. Striving to make the most impactful and honest art he can, Liam inquires into how colour, form, and space have inherent meanings and emotions connected to them and how his work can create a spiritual space for introspection.

"In my art, I often explore themes of duality, unity... celebrating life's beauty while acknowledging a profound fear of death. It is in this exploration of contrasting emotions that my art finds its purpose, both celebrating and grappling with life's uncertain fragility. It's through the embrace of these contrasting themes that I hope to create a connection with the viewer that transcends the surface.

There's a lot of change going on in the world right now, and a lot of hurt people. I know art can heal. I hope it does that. I hope people leave my paintings feeling a sense of comfort."

-Liam Reynolds

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