Nautical Monuments

Colin Lyons
July 9 to August 22, 2010
The transformative process of industrial abandonment and the unpredictable manifestations of renaissance are at the heart of Colin Lyon’s work. He will present zinc sculptures and prints created from his residency in Saint John, as well as an installation titled Oceanex Avalon. Colin Lyons also received assistance from the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and logistical support from Imago printmaking studios in Moncton. Pay what you can admission Sundays from 3 to 5 pm. Elements of this exhibit will also be displayed in Third Space’s ATM window space on 40 Charlotte Street.
July 8, Thursday, 5-7 pm, Opening Reception
Celebrate the opening of the exhibition Nautical Monuments and meet artist Colin Lyons. Part of the Passages + Prototypes series, presented in partnership with Third Space Gallery. Free admission; all are welcome. Please RSVP by calling 643-2349, 1-888-268-9595.
July 10, Saturday, 2 pm, Artist Talk
Join artist Colin Lyons in discussion of his unique printmaking processes. Presented in partnership with Third Space Gallery, with financial assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts. Regular admission, free for New Brunswick Museum and Third Space Gallery members.
THIRD SPACE GALLERY AT THE NBM – As part of the Passages + Prototypes exhibitionseries, Third Space Gallery is partnering with the NBM to present a series of sculptural and multimedia installations. The series is supported by financial assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts and the Province of New Brunswick.