What is common to all of us yet sets each of us apart? What captures the vastness of the galaxies and the microscopic inner workings of the human body? Find the answers to these questions, and more, at Oeno Gallery's upcoming exhibit of new works by Toronto-based artist, Greg Angus. "Kinetic use of colour is signature in Angus' work. The high-saturation and neon-brights vibrate with energy drawing us through many pathways in the image," observes art critic, Monika Burman, in the July/August edition of MAG Mass Art Guide. "You need time with these works to feel the electric connections of colours running into one another, bouncing off one another, and fusing together. This summer, the best reason to visit Oeno Gallery is Greg Angus." Exhibition open daily: July 25, 10am - 6pm; 10am - 8pm Fridays and Saturdays Opening reception: July 26, 3pm - 7pm