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The Space Between


The Space Between, April 6th 2014

 

The Space Between

©Circé 2014

oil on canvas

36in. x 48in.

A Dismantling


Bloody Vengeance4

A Dismantling

©Circé 2014

oil on canvas

30in. x 36in.


Yellow Wallpaper

Yellow Wallpaper

©Circé

oil on canvas

24in. x 36in.

Herpower


Puissance

 

 Herpower

©Circé

oil on canvas

12in. x 24in.

Solo Exhibit at TWWAN’s Art.House.Gallery


That’s Women’s Work Arts Network

presents

The Opening of That’s Women’s Work Arts Network Gallery

Art. House. Gallery.

On Saturday April 20th, 2013 7pm – 9pm

Located at 719 St. Clarens Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6H3X2

With the Art of Joelle Circé

This show will be up until May 10th, 2013 if you are a V.I.P Member you can call for a personal viewing (647) 343-9438 

All public welcome to stop by Tuesday through Saturday 12 noon till 6pm. 

 

Lone Wolves and the femme


Lone Wolves and the femme

© Circé 2012

Oil on canvas

20in. x 40in.

High Femme


High Femme

© Circé

oil on canvas

30in. x 48in.

Originally conceived and created as part of a larger Queer Lives series, Ms. Circe offers a sensual and stunning take on not only the visibility of queer women, but also a non-conformist portrayal of an unapologetic sexual woman.  Juxtaposed within the classical portraiture milieu we are dramatically given a moment of relaxed, confident sexuality.  Beautifully captured and portrayed Ms. Circe choses to show a confidence that confronts the viewer and asks that we linger in this captured moment, where queerness and marginalized identity has never been presented in such an archetypal and simply stunning way.  Ms. Circe continues to examine important questions about feminism and female representation in her art, unafraid of the sexual politics that have often been a centric controversial element in deconstructing feminist art practice.  Ms. Circe offers an intriguing and powerful image of female sexuality in her continued exploration of what has historically been the site of women’s oppression. 

 

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