Experience a mingling of isolation and beauty this month at the Scugog Arts Space. Photographer, Steve Godin’s exhibition aims to change your perspective on the world around you.

Steve has been shooting since 2008. He focuses mainly on artistic nature and street photography in and around Durham Region and Toronto. Steve is on the Autism Spectrum and works to reveal the world around him, shooting urban, and rural landscapes with a perspective that is creative and unique.

“I believe that everything we see, and experience can be art if we frame it right.” — Steve Godin

Aloneness is a critical part of how Steve perceives the world having always felt more like an observer than a participant. He is motivated by the belief that everyone just wants to be understood and by creating art he can learn more about the human experience while sharing his own view.

The opening reception is Saturday, April 2nd from 1 pm to 3 pm. The show will be at the Scugog Arts Space, 175 B Queen St, from April 2nd – 24t. The current business hours are Tuesday – Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.

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