March 18, 2016 – April 23, 2016
Loree Ovens’ work is influenced by intersecting and overlapping patterns, both in a linear and abstract sense. The actual path of our daily routine interacts with others and our environment as though our footprints create sheet music or are part of a dance.
“Tension and vibrations are formed between lines and objects producing surface energy, where everything is temporal. Architecture forms a sense of language that is deeply embedded into our experience of place and collective memory. Spaces, both real and imagined, create memory maps that link the experiences of our lives together.”- Loree Ovens
Loree Ovens holds a Diploma of Applied Arts from Sheridan College, School of Crafts and Design. She is an alumnus of the Harbourfront Craft Studio in fibre. She has a BFA in Printmaking from OCADU. Ovens’ work has been shown in national and international exhibitions in Canada, Japan, United States, Taiwan, Australia and Scotland. Her work is part of both private and public collections including the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, The National Bank, Art Gallery of New South Wales and SGC International.
Loree Ovens is represented by Open Studio and David Kaye Gallery, Toronto.