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Photo Show @ The Backroom Gallery


Photo © Gerry Kaiser


Photo © Gerry Kaiser


Photo © Gerry Kaiser

Local photographer Gerry Kaiser, sent along a few of his photos from the Casting Plant Demolition that will be displayed at the Backroom Gallery – 4749 Wyandotte St. E. in a show opening this Friday. Details can be found in the flyer at the bottom of this post. If you can, head over there tonight and check it out.

You are invited to attend the “Grand Opening” of “The Backroom Gallery” an artists’ Co-op, featuring the work of various artists and photographers covering a wide range of mediums that include: Painting, Lithography, Photography, Textiles, Ceramics, Glass work, Wood work, Jewelry and more.

Come see local photographer Gerry Kaiser’s Windsor Casting Plant Demo photos!

Enjoy free food provided by “The Keg”, festive drinks to kick off local “Cinco de Mayo” celebrations; cool sounds from local musicians and beautiful art and photography, which is available for purchase.

Friday May 4th 2012, 7:00 PM

4749 Wyandotte St. E, Windsor, Ontario (one block east of Pillette)


The Back Room Gallery Website can be found here.

Show Opening Flyer is available here.

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