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Visual Elements 66: Annual Juried Exhibition

Exhibition Run: July 13 to Sept. 21, 2024
Jurors: Darryn Doull, Terry Graff and Lindsay Liboiron 

Visual Elements: Annual Juried Exhibition is a long-running celebration of artistic talent in Oxford County and the surrounding regions.

Artist submissions will be accepted online until May 7, 2024 at noon.

Call for Artists

Visual Elements 66: Annual Juried Exhibition

About the Jurors

Darryn Doull

Darryn Doull is the Curator: Exhibitions & Programs, at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (2021 – present), with previous appointments as the Curator of Canadian Art at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery in St. John’s,
Nfld. (2018 – 2021) and as the Assistant Curator of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery in Sarnia, Ont. (2010 – 2016). His curatorial approach brings artworks, objects and archives together to produce poly-vocal, socially engaged programming that is rooted in thorough research and collaboration. Recent projects
include SOS: A Story of Survival, Part II: The Body (2023) and Part I: The Image (2022), Emily Pelstring:
The Passion of the Hedge-Rider (2022) and Helloland! Art, War and the Wireless Imagination (2021, cocurated with Melony Ward). Doull graduated from the MVS Curatorial Studies program at the University of
Toronto (2018) and received an Honours BFA at the University of Guelph (2010). He is currently based in
Toronto, Ont.

Darryn Doull

Photo Credit: Danny Alexander, 2021

Terry Graff

Terry Graff is a full-time professional working artist who has maintained an active studio practice since 1975. The recipient of major sculpture commissions, acquisitions, grants, and awards, his work has been presented regionally, nationally, and internationally, and includes mixed media drawings, paintings, collages, assemblages, sculpture, kinetic works, and multi-media installations.

Born in Cambridge (Galt), Ont., Graff studied Fine Art at the Doon School of Fine Arts and Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology. He received a BA in Fine Art from the University of Guelph and a B.Ed in Visual Arts from the University of Western Ontario. He also studied art history, philosophy of art, media arts, and art education at Wayne State University, received a postgraduate diploma in Fine Art from the Jan Van Eyck Academie and holds an MA in Art Education from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Along with his intensive studio practice, Graff has had a distinguished career as a curator, art educator, art writer, and gallery director. He has served as director of four public art galleries in four different provinces of Canada. He has curated over 200 exhibitions, authored numerous articles, catalogues, and books on both contemporary and historical art, and taught drawing and sculpture at Mount Allison University.

In recognition of his various cultural contributions across Canada, he has received many awards and honours, including the Fanshawe College Distinguished Alumni Award, the Commemorative Medal for the Centennial of Saskatchewan, and two eagle feathers from the Mi’kmaq First Nation for his work in promoting the art of Indigenous artists.

Terry Graff

Lindsay Liboiron 

Born in Hamilton, Ont., Lindsay Liboiron earned a BA (Honours) in Visual Arts from Brock University. Specializing in drawing, oil and acrylic painting, Liboion focuses on realism, specializing in portraits. Within her body of portraits, she aims to create a visual record of people’s identities and highlight their cultural individuality. Lindsay has numerous years of fine art teaching experience, most notably as an instructor of portrait painting at Brock University (2023 – 2024). Liboiron has displayed her artwork in various group and juried exhibitions across Southern Ontario. She has been awarded an Award of Excellence for the OSA Emerging Artists Exhibition (2023), and 2nd Prize in the Annual Juried Show in Queen Elizabeth Community and Cultural Centre. In 2020, she was awarded with the Martha Zandvliet Memorial Award in Painting. Additionally, Liboiron serves as a wax and touch up artist at Ripley’s Louis Tussauds in Niagara Falls.

Lindsay Liboiron

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