Objects Have Stories
3D Objects made by Illustrators.
November 28, 2014
867 Dundas St. West
Curated by Julia Breckenreid
Exhibiting artists: Christian Northeast, Anita Kunz, Joe Morse, Julia Breckenreid, Marco Cibola, Katy Dockrill, Tracy Walker, Steve Wilson, Jen Hsieh, Kyle Reed, Sandra Dionisi, Katie Carey, Willow Dawson, Ian Phillips, Sabrina Smelko, Rosena Fung, Greg Mably, Kathryn Adams, Fiona Smyth, Jay Dart
Persephone Myth Matryoshka Dolls
When Hades steals the beautiful Persephone, her mother Demeter goes into mourning, casting winter upon the earth. While in the Underworld Persephone eats six pomegranate seeds and from that day forward, for six months each year, she must withdraw to reign with Hades over the souls of the dead. During this time the world grows cold, crops die and animals starve.
Large nesting doll
Goddess of the harvest, grain and fertility
Medium nesting doll
God of the Underworld
Small nesting doll
Queen of the Underworld.
Personification of vegetation and cause of the seasons.