Published Mar 22, 2016Between his work with Broken Social Scene and his self-titled solo project, music has long been Kevin Drew's primary form of artistic expression. Now, the celebrated Canadian songwriter is set to show off another creative avenue with his first-ever art show.
Titled Skid Marks of the Soul, the show will host a series of original art pieces from Drew in Toronto for two weeks. In a flyer posted to Instagram today (March 22), a quote from Drew describes the exhibit as "a reaction to the constant noise. Descriptions of colour chaos amongst the stolen moments," before slyly adding, "It's my first art show. Who knows..."
The show will take place at the city's Analogue Gallery, opening with a "celebration" from 7 to 10 p.m. EDT on April 14 and will run until April 28. Interested viewers can email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
For a taste of what you might see at the show, take a look at some of Drew's work through his Instagram account below. Whether any pieces were created with his signature body butter remains to be seen.