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Sally Joyce and Joe Peet

April 16 - May 2, 2021 @ARTspace PUBLIC Window Gallery

Each and everyone of us depends on the Earth for our LIFE SUPPORT

We are a part of and affected by the Earth, and the Earth is a part of us and affected by us.

We are made of the dance of the 5 elements. The FIRE of inspiration is in our hearts. The EARTH is grounding us in the present moment. METALS provide conductivity for our life force. WATER is the foundation of our blood, and WOOD offers the warmth and sustenance for our vitality. Every day that we are alive is an EARTH DAY.

Both Sally Joyce and Joe Peet stay closely connected to the Elements to find balance and support for their lives. This close connection sometimes whispers and sometimes shouts through their artwork.


ARTspace is a community arts initiative of the Thames Art Gallery. Exhibitions and programs are generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council, Municipality of Chatham-Kent, ARTspace membership,  and corporate and individual sponsorships and donations. In 2019, a part of the new Arts & Culture division of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent which includes the Chatham Capitol Theatre, Kiwanis Theatre, CK Museum, Thames Art Gallery, Milner Heritage House,  Ridge House Museum and CK Tickets.

ARTspace would like to remind everyone that while outside enjoying the spring weather and the great art, to please  stay safe and maintain physical distance as you view the window gallery installations. Thank you!


FIL Collective

Francois Grenier, Isabelle Milot, Lisa Sylvestre

May 7 - June 18, 2021 @ARTspace PUBLIC Window Gallery

Francois Grenier is a ceramic sculpture artist.  Isabelle Milot's work in this installation is an ode to the potter Lucie Rie, a pioneer of modernist pottery. Lisa Sylvestre, a textile artist, explores the architecture of Windsor and Detroit through her work.  The trio of artists highlights particular facets of their practice and encapsulates their continually evolving personal and collaborative approach to art.

Connecting art and people in Chatham-Kent


Due to the recent provincial announcement regarding a province-wide shutdown, all Municipal Arts + Culture facilities are closed and all programs cancelled until further notice. Stay connected with Arts + Culture on Facebook!