The works of Sunny Savage will be showcased on Friday, November 14th from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Maison St-Leonard Community Residential Center at 5262 Notre-Dame West.
Trained as an artist in Montreal and Alberta, Sunny has worked for numerous corporations, media sources, performing art centers and community agencies. Her paintings are displayed in many private collections and corporate spaces throughout Canada and, her latest paintings have focussed on issues related to incarceration and reintegration. She was actively involved in implementing Residence Leo’s Boys for long term offenders; she was also involved in managing community supervision services for provincial parolees.
Creativity is sterile, if action does not follow from it.
Any creative endeavor has the potential to alter the status quo and conjure up new perceptions and possibilities. Ideally, it reflects a society back onto itself to the point that previous boundaries move forward, painlessly and naturally. Creativity becomes a way of enticing, serenading and enchanting others. It is the tangible manifestation of the boundaries of an external world and one’s attempt to reach beyond it.
Friday, November 14, 2014
5262 rue Notre-Dame ouest