Jesse Stewart plays waterphone in front of his visual art,

"Time Pieces" is improvising musician Jesse Stewart's first solo exhibition of his visual art in Ottawa.  Showing his work over the past ten years, the exhibit pieces examine time in one way or another.

"One of the things connecting my work in the visual and sonic arts is my ongoing interest in different representations and conceptions of time,"  said Jesse Stewart.

The exhibit, at City of Ottawa's Karsh-Masson Gallery, encompasses a wide range of time representations and references, from his innovative "Paper Pieces" compositions, to video displays, to a multi-ton "tree rings" of his life made from smooth glass. The bread tag calendar is creative and whimsical.

On Sunday September 18, 2011 at 2 pm, Jesse Stewart will present a musical performance in the exhibit and answer questions about his art.

The free exhibit closes on Sunday September 25 at 5 pm.

   – Brett Delmage

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View more photos from this exhibition opening on August 11

All photos ©Brett Delmage, 2011