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Digital Art by Lloyd Arbour
Central Library Art Gallery

Opening Reception:
Thursday, May 4 at 7pm
Central Library

A perfectionist and visionary — Arbour’s abstract works are a creative outlet for this well-diversified artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. His unique digital illustrations blend originality, aesthetic appeal, and thought-provoking imagery that stirs question. Concepts start as digital illustrations created through Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Mediums play off, challenge, or complement one another.

Arbour’s most recent work experiments with architecture, trains, maps, blueprints, photography, and collage. He creates unique urban designs that incorporate the new with the old to create imagery that is impactful. His recent work is a face lift to ordinary day to day elements of an urban city. His work allows the viewer to explore another perspective to the subdued or ordinary views of city life.

View more of Lloyd's work at tablloyd.com.

Interested in displaying your artwork at the library? See the Artist Program page for more information about the selection process and exhibit space. 


Special Exhibit

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Caring Across Boundaries

Photography Exhibit
Central Library, Upper Level

Opening Reception:
Tuesday, June 6 at 7 pm
Central Library Reading Lounge

Caring Across Boundaries is photography exhibition engaging First Nations and all peoples of Canada in reconciliation to promote the wellbeing of children and youth. The exhibition shares the daily experiences of three First Nation communities, with a view to inviting every Canadian to make a real and positive difference for First Nation children and their families.

The exhibit was created by The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, an award-winning national organization providing advocacy and engagement between First Nations and non-Aboriginal peoples. The photographs were created by internationally renowned photographer Liam Sharp and the people of Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario, Carrier Sekani Nation in BC, and Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick.

Opening Ceremony
Tuesday, June 6 at 7 pm
Central Library Reading Lounge

Join us in our Central Library Reading Lounge for the exhibit's special opening ceremony and talk with Banakonda Kennedy-Kish Bell. Banakonda is a Traditional Practitioner, a Knowledge Carrier, and is currently the Elder-in-Residence at the Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Social Work.

All ages. No registration required.