With its bold colours and abstract images of musical instruments, Marc Jordan’s artwork could be called sharp.
The singer-songwriter, record producer and visual artist who studied film at Brock prefers calling them something else.
“They are the same as music for me in their creation,” Jordan explains about his mixed media canvases.
Jordan’s artwork, created with graffiti markers, house paint and acrylics will be exhibited and available for sale in the lobby of the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre from Sept. 25 to Oct. 16.
This is Jordan’s first exhibit at the Centre for the Arts, though not the first time his name has been on the centre’s bill. Jordan has performed on stage there with his band, wife Amy Sky and as part of Lunch at Allen’s, a quartet that also features legendary Canadian musicians Murray McLaughlin, Ian Thomas and Cindy Church.
An opening reception for Jordan’s art exhibit happens Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. and will include an artist talk.
Jordan will also hit the Centre for the Arts stage on Oct. 16 with iconic Canadian indie songstress Jane Siberry for an evening of story and song.
For more information about the exhibit and to purchase tickets for the October performance, call the box office at 905-688-5550 x3257 or 1-866-617-3257, or visit the Centre for the Arts online.