LITTLE CROWNS
Magical Markings for the Celebratory Spell

Carly Waito, Cody Cochrane, Irana Doeur, Katy Horan, Matthew Feyld, Naomi Yasui, Noel Middleton, PowerHaus and Selena Wong

Dec 11, 2009 – Jan 10, 2010

The season of mystic ritual for the Western world happens each December. Darkness comes early in these arcane times and tradition reigns high as humans congregate around decorative firs and twinkling lights to celebrate magic. Metaphysical folk tales are shared, candles are lit, bread is broken, and concealed treasures are bestowed upon significant others. For suspended moments, belief in the unknown seems possible, allowing for small cracks of wonder. It is here that nine artists emerge, bearing little crowns. Manipulating the earthly substances of clay, metal, mineral, wood and pigment, each artist conjures personal imagery of alchemy and enchantment. Please join Narwhal Projects this holiday season as we unveil Magical Markings for the Celebratory Spell. Little Crowns features work by Carly Waito, Cody Cochrane, Irana Doeur, Katy Horan, Matthew Feyld, Naomi Yasui, Noel Middleton, PowerHaus and Selena Wong.

Opening reception:
Friday, Dec 11, 2009
7-10pm
Selected artists will be in attendance.

For additional information or artwork availability, please contact us:
contact@magic-pony.com or 416-861-1684

Flickr Photo Gallery





Selected Artwork





Installation View



Installation View

Eyes in a Box
Matthew Feyld
Acrylic on board, 2009


Untitled
Matthew Feyld
Acrylic on board, 2009




Smokey Quartz II

Carly Waito
11 x 14" Oil on masonite, 2009


Rhodochrisite

Carly Waito
4.5 x 6.5" Oil on masonite. 2009




Deathly Name
Katy Horan
Acrylic on wood, 2009


When the Moon is Full

Katy Horan
20 x 30" Acrylic on wood, 2008



A Form and Method of Perfecting Pot
Naomi Yasui
Porcelain, overglaze, glaze, gold lustre. 2009

Orgasmic Opal
Selena Wong
9×12″ Gouache, iridescent medium 2009




Noel Middleton, Jaga’s Abecedarians (Night)
Wood, mixed media. 36 in. tall. 2009


Noel Middleton, Jaga's Strand
Wood, mixed media. 16 ft long. 2009