FEAR OF PASSION- ART INSTALLATION
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Front close up
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas -  Back close up
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Angle view
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Process
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Artist
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas -  Sketch
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Gallery installation
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Installation detail
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Back view
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Installation
Fear of Passion by Sara Vargas - Sketch

Click here to see a video of the installation: Fear of Passion

 

About the exhibition

Fragments bring together several approaches: sculptural installations, painting and drawing. The artists are working alongside one another but are independent voices. With a strong foundation of trust in their intuition, the artists embarked on a journey to create their mark. While the mediums differ, the thought remains the same – fragment. Like a swatch of fabric in a quilt, the works are stitched together to create something greater as a whole.

Art Statement

A fine artist, her dream is to become a watercolour master.

An actress, her dream is to perform Elphaba in Wicked the Musical.

A dancer, her dream is to become Prima Ballerina of The Royal Ballet.

 

Art is a unique field of study that requires as first qualification passion. Fear of failure may be our greatest villain, for it can be the reason for the end of a creative soul. Our journey is based on moments of fear and the everlasting passion to keep us going. In any case, where is the fun in triumphing without a little bit of fear on our way to success?

After all, is reaching our dreams what makes us happy or is it the trajectory that we have to enjoy?

 

A fine artist, she is getting her first set of professional watercolours.

An actress, she is going to her first Broadway audition.

A dancer, she is buying her first pair of ballet slippers.

Location: Toronto Centre for the Arts Gallery the now-called Meridian Arts Centre

(5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON)

From March 30th to April 3rd, 2016.