OSA artist, painter Susan Clark will have a piece, Elevate, accepted in the prestigious N3XT National Art Competition at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto. The theme this year is Canadian Unity.
To achieve unity we have to see between the positives and the negatives, the shades of colour, the parting or the clearing.
The sameness of all, the individuals in us and the facades we carry.
We need not to segregate in our own cultures and communities, our safe zones. It’s not just what you take from a country, but what you give.
A love to be a part of and a passion for what we have.
The N3XT exhibit will be held at the Arts & Letters Club from Thursday, November 19 to Friday, December 18, 2020. On Thursday, November 19, N3XT finalists and awards will be publicly announced during a virtual gala and awards presentation originating from the Arts & Letters Club.
The N3XT exhibition at the Arts & Letters Club will be accessible by limited groups and by appointment only. A virtual gallery of all N3XT finalists will be hosted online.