Have you visited our 25th anniversary art show at Baked Cafe yet? Please do—we’re very proud of it and it’s only up until December 12.

Here’s a little exposé on one of the pieces. It was created from seven seasons of artwork created for Whitehorse Concerts, who we’ve been sponsoring since about 1999.

Can you identity all seven years pictured here? Keep scrolling to find the answers. 

There's a lot to take in. We don't blame you if you couldn't find all seven. Here are the answers:

The bowing performer was designed by Valérie Théorêt for the 2006 season.

The applauding hands were by Bernice Alderson for the 2007 season.

Methods of transportation were designed by Daniel Ursache for the 2008 season. 

The northern ball attendees were designed by me, Eleanor Rosenberg, for the 2009 season.

Rhythmic bugs were designed by Valérie Théorêt for the 2010 season. 

Rhythm in colour was designed by Kristen Will for the 2012 season.

Topography of music was designed by Ben Barrett Forest for the 2013 season. 

Does any of this artwork take you back in time to a favourite concert or season?

 

4 comments




by Rona

Seen on the walls of Baked in its full size, this piece is stunning, Eleanor. I wish you were here to see it!  So many distinctive designers brought together in one lovely piece of art. Bravo!

11.20.2014

by Eleanor

Thanks Rona! I wish I could see it too! I will eventually. Good things come to those who wait, right?

11.21.2014

by Ben Barrett-Forrest

What an excellent idea! So many different styles of design combining to make a beautiful piece.
I’m also really looking forward to seeing it in person someday.

12.04.2014

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