Amy Uyeda is a Toronto-based printmaker who works primarily with colour lithography. Uyeda’s lithographic practice is inspired by the architectural and natural landscape of places she has travelled.
This body of work chronicles Elizabeth D’Agostino's fascination with grafting and attempts to create a catalogue of re-organized components and fictional categories of nature with an invented narrative.
This summer group exhibition, taking place in all three of Open Studio's galleries, is organized in collaboration with interns from the University of Toronto, Masters of Museum Studies Program.
Each year Open Studio selects four professional artists with or without printmaking experience to create traditional and/or experimental works in the print medium of their choice, working collaboratively with a print media artist.