Happy 10th Anniversary Akasha Art Projects!

Contributed by Sarah Cook – A very special occasion occurred on August 24th, 2019 – owners Sonja Scharf and Kelly Kyle got married!! After an amazing 15 years together, the couple decided it was time to tie the knot. Not only did they celebrate each other, a month later they celebrated 10 years of their other love, the love of art- ‘Akasha Art Projects’! At the Gallery on Akasha-Art-Project-10th-year-anni---PHOTO-Lenka-GazovaSeptember 12th Sonja, Kelly, and the team, including the delightful ‘Otto the dachshund’ presented Filées – Travel Light with photographer/ artist Martine Côté, to help them celebrate this inspiring event!

 
Starting October 10th Janet Taylor’s Balance exhibition will begin at the studio until November 9th. Soon afterwards in mid November the whimsical Pen & Brick the Lego Sculpture Art of Raymond Girard & the drawings that inspire them will begin. Stay tuned for their feature in our Holiday issue for details on the party opening and other upcoming events.

 
Kelly and Sonja’s formal art education, both practicing artists and photographers for over 25 years, as well as their combined backgrounds of producing, curating and handling art allow them to understand the individual needs of each client. Do you have a special piece that you’ve been meaning to ‘get framed’ and just haven’t figured out how? Pop in today and visit this lovely light-filled space …the team will figure it out for you.

 
204D Carlton St at Ontario 647 348 0104  info@akashaart.com

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