Queen Gallery 4th Anniversary Celebration
August 22- September 5, 2013
Tuesday – Wednesday 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday 1:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 3:30-6:30 pm
Sunday & Monday & Friday by appointment only
Please call 416 361 6045
Thursday Aug 22, 2013, 6:30-9:00 pm
I am delighted to invite you to celebrate Queen Gallery’s fourth anniversary with opening of our 50/50 4th Annual Juried Art Exhibition with more than 20 artists. All the artworks are in the square format and the show runs for a week. Despite Queen Gallery’s slower pace in the past year it was your support and encouragement that motivated us to work harder to achieve our goals. We are honoured to have friends and patrons like you in this journey.
The complete list of exhibiters includes:
Adino Ano Vomisesca, Arezoo Amili (Amy), Atefeh Farzindar, Bahar Pourpezeshk, Banafsheh Erfanian, Bianca Cubric, Davood Mantegh, David Kempton, Diane Fine, Farideh Esfandi, Firoozeh Tangestanian, Hamid Kouchak, Jamak Hadiyan, Jamshid Tajdolat, Kamelia Pezeshki, Mafalda Silva, Marjan Mazaheri, Maryam Hafizirad, Mehdi Mansouri Dana, Mina Mahmoudi, Sepideh Ghahremani, Shirin Aghdaie, Shirin Shahbazi, Tania Iskiw,
Piano by Arash Behzadi
Playing the piano, has been one of the biggest passions of Arash Behzadi since his early childhood, during which he developed a self-taught style and unique touch, with influences from other masters of music and pianists, over the past 25 years of playing, composing and re-arranging many songs in different genres. Arash shares his passion of music, with a series of albums, called “Aram-e Del” meaning “Serenity of the Heart” in Farsi, which includes new arrangements and his personal interpretations towards memorable melodies of the past. The second Aram-e Del album also includes two of Arash’s original compositions, having joyful and happy themes. Arash feels a special connection to Aram-e Del II as each composition and arrangement comes from his heart and mirrors the excitement and emotional moments he experienced, and the journey he travelled within the 2 years between his albums.
Tombak by Hiva Bagheri
She was born on june 2004, In tehran. She started learning music at age 3, she has playing TOMBAK for the past 3 years.
Tombak or Donbak is a goblet drum from Persia. It is considered the principal percussion instrument of persian music .
Story Telling By Ariel Balevi
he is going to tell one of his stories from Mawlana. It is a story from Book III of the Masnavi.
Here is a brief description; Masnavi-I Ma’navi is the great work of the 13th century mystical poet of love, Rumi. The title of the work means literally “Rhyming Couplets of Profound Spiritual Meaning.” The Masnavi is a poetic collection of stories, emphasizing a personal inward interpretation for each listener. As one commentator explains, the stories are “aimed at anyone who has time to sit down and ponder the meaning of life and existence”