The Art of Patrick Guindon
July 3- August 12
Kings Playhouse in Georgetown is delighted to present a new art exhibition featuring the work of Patrick Guindon from July 3- August 12.
An ‘Islander by choice’, Guindon moved to Prince Edward Island during the pandemic realizing that life is too short to wait until retiring to do what you love. His artist manifesto includes the belief that ‘beautiful things and spaces matter, the process is where the magic happens, every story has power and the art we display should reflect our stories, our vibes, our souls’.
Guindon brings his new solo exhibition Joyful, Joyful to the Playhouse Gallery with an opening reception on July 3rd at 2pm.
While about flowers on the surface, Patrick Guindon’s Joyful, Joyful focuses on finding and experiencing joy, especially when it feels lost, when times are dark, and when it feels hopeless (especially when we feel hopeless): through action, rest, intention, and wonder-seeking. Guindon incorporates some words (written and framed) to invoke this understanding of the experience and purpose behind the art. It’s all about being joy-filled and joy-full!