Posted by specialK June 04, 2013

Montreal's Yves Larouche Galerie d'art has a new exhibit opening this Saturday, June 8th. Titled Butcher's Hook, the show features the works of artists Jon Todd and Jesse Hazelip. The colorful abstract portraits of Jon Todd contrast sharply to the realistic monochrome drawings of Jesse Hazelip but the artists find common ground with their dark versions of reality. Butcher's Hook opens at the Yves Larouche Galerie d'art in Montreal with a reception from 2 to 5 PM and will run through June 26th. Some images featured in the exhibit are shown below. 


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