Explore the galleries created by visitors to the Shifting Environs virtual exhibition.
Curated by Louise
For me, these 15 images heighten my awareness of colour, in everyday places as well as constructed realities. Some are loud and vivid while others are subtly muted. All of…
Curated by Samantha
These images remind me of a time when traveling was encouraged and not prohibited, like it is now.
The Beauty in Nature
Curated by Alejandra Romero
I selected these images because they show the live around us and inspires me to create my own peaces of art.
Red Yellow Blue
Curated by Nicole
Shifting perspective are considered - human to nature to abstractions of both - commonalities are emphasized through foundational building blocks - primary colours - red, yellow, blue.
Curated by Vanessa L
I chose these images because they all have a common strand...they are all outdoor images and they all make me feel happy. So I thought that an art exhibit with…
Leadership of Life
Curated by Ivan Ramos
I chose these images because it shows a part of people that we don't always see, it shows the beauty of it all to be yourself and to be free
Curated by Alessandra Nagayo
I chose these images because it reminded me of the world we are living in right now. It's be tough these past years especially now the year 2020 since we're…
Curated by Justine
I selected these images because all women are beautiful in their own way. It has nothing to do with looks. It’s how you are as a person and how you…
Curated by Michael Anthony
There can be a beautiful symbiosis between two things. The ideas of things being shared, being equal, and being close together are warm and comforting ideas. There can be a…
Curated by Annika de Witte
All of these images have a touch of Toronto life in them, but instead of mainstream CN Tower shots and skyline landscapes, they show a less known side of city…
Curated by Emmanuel
I chose these images because they are simple to recreate and are easily admired by its simplicity. Most of the artworks chosen are normal day objects and while others are…
appreciation of nature
Curated by Axel D
All of these images represent what nature has to offer us, from the animals that live in the environment to the elegance of nature itself. We often tend to forget…
Curated by Audri S
I chose these images because they all have a common theme. All of them show what nature looks like, however it only depicts nature artificially through paintings, or through a…
Not All Is Lost
Curated by Ivy J
I chose these images because during this difficult time of dealing with this Covid-19 pandemic, we may be feeling lost and isolated, but there are still things to be grateful…
Curated by Marie
Through their lack of colour and definition, these images reflect this absence, this bleakness.
Nature’s Beauty at the Edge
Curated by Joseph T
These images either show how beautiful nature is, or how humans are destroying this beauty. These images portray the looks of the world today, and it shows that we should…
Curated by jenny f
I chose these images because all of them have an element of green within nature. Green leave, grass, and any other natural green form tends to be calming.
Curated by Josh H
Without water, life on earth is impossible. These artists show us a broad range of where we can find water, and some reveal underlying existential angst with ice melt in…
A night in heaven
Curated by Tomi Hanzek
I selected these images because it gives you a very relaxing feel. Surrounded by love, peace, and tranquility. I added a picture of an angel because angels are in heaven.…
Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?
Curated by Dolma Dickey
I selected these images because as a society we should understand that everyone is different and unique in their own way, rather than controlling and changing their personality traits. By…
Le creativity dans simplicity
Curated by Tashawna
I’m pleased to present you “Le creativity dans simplicity” . Within this exhibit you will come across art pieces that focus on the beauty of simplicity. Throughout some of these…
Curated by Aisha Hagi Ali
I selected these images because they had a different view points that could be interpreted differently. It's based on how you perceived the images that makes them all similar and…
Curated by Tammy Chung
I did a green theme. I like the more nature look, looks very appealing. I wish there was more wild animals I would’ve added them in to match the theme.
Curated by Andrea Lambert
These images contain elements of abstraction. Each represents a specific emotion. These works apply colour as their main element of design.
Curated by Katlyn Stewart
I picked all these images to co-exist or work together to better explain the theme that I had in mind. I wanted them to feel like they were telling a…
EXTINCTION IN TEN YEARS
Curated by Katie Brown
To make aware of our delicate wildlife that is reliant on the responsibility of human beings.
A battle for control
Curated by Loretta Faveri
I selected these images because they represent humans need to control their environment and in many cases at the expense of the environment. Some of these images also reflect an…
Curated by Susan McMaster
Evocative pictures of objects and spaces for meditation on a mystery and a theme -- the world and how it's changing due to our actions -- draw me in. Human…
Curated by Brandon G.
To me these images reflect a world that ignores the truth of everything. From climate change to people themselves. The world is always moving away to the next big thing…
What the virus is missing?
Curated by Isabella Cozzupoli
I selected these images because it reminded me of what life is like in isolation because of the COVID-19. With no street signs and park names, the communities are bear…
Curated by Mia Maljevic
Life and nature are beautiful things, and people need to take a moment to stop and appreciate the beauty surrounding us. Often, it is easy to get caught up in…
Curated by Elinor Whidden
These images show humans disconnected from their environment. I think that we mistreat the earth because we are not in relationship with it, but instead kept apart by various barriers,…
Curated by Zara Hogan
I chose these because they showed different aspects of colourful city life.
Time & Perspective
Curated by Kshama
At first, I was looking at the pieces from an environmental perspective. But then, I realized that I was choosing works that made me feel like I had a shift…
Curated by John Del Rosario
shapeSHIFT is a collection of abstract images emphasizing organic shapes and colour, which come together to form unique patterns. With every glance, these images are constantly changing.
Curated by Amanda Singh
As the world turns, nature is trying to turn with it but our environment is in shambles. This curatorial was created to reminds us why we need nature and why…
Curated by harper Clegg
i had a theme for more modern and pattern like gallery. Also i liked the pantings that were like that and felt like it in the time. I liked how…
The Earth Will Not Miss Us.
Curated by Debora Field
We are not working to save the earth. The earth will remain. Will we? If no, it will not miss us.
Curated by Sarah Bennett
I selected the pieces that depicted the changing seasons. i also chose a variety of mediums as the skills, processes and outcomes also shift as these pieces are created.
Social Isolation - Shifting Environs
Curated by Jenneen Beattie
As cancellations and postponements loom in these uncertain times, we have experienced a major shift in how we navigate our world today. We have been forced to rethink our daily…
Curated by Jemmy Annhernu
I wanted to go for bright acid colours and a surreal unnerving feel, something that at first glance is Utopian but is sinister when you look deeper.
Curated by Eva Lewarne
A nice combination of paintings and sculpture. They portray introverts and dreamers.
See, Change, Appreciate!
Curated by Magdiel Espinal
I selected pieces that represent movement to me. A change of heart or perception of what is important around us. Pieces that represent the toll is taking on each individual…
Curated by Wendy Rading
The selected works represent our future reality with the impending dangers of climate change. It is vague and unclear and poses more questions than answers. This is a time of…