Nov 24- Dec 4 Michael Sachter & Sue Ennis: "Interactions"

Interactions… It’s how we experience everything in our world. We each uniquely take in what we see and process it all the time... seeing it, feeling it, thinking about it… even dreaming about it and absorbing the energy of it all.   

Sue and Michael present a selection of abstract paintings and fine art photography reflecting their interactions with our vibrant world. Colours, shapes, lines, light and shadows surround us, altering our mood and view of life. Sue and Michael challenge you to immerse yourself and experience this show with all of your senses… and literally interact with one of Michael’s new collaborative works called “Shelter” where you’ll discover the philosophy of DOTART conceived by Tibor Hargitai, who will be exhibiting at the Venice Biennale 2017 ( 

Everyone is invited to interact with one of Michael’s images “Shelter” and add your energy to it with markers that use colour to project the universal need to find places of trust and safety in our lives and communities!  Become part of the art! See it transform into a sense of “oneness” where you, and all those who engage and participate, will collectively play an active role in “Shelter’s” completion… everything is an interaction. A portion of sales of “Shelter” will be shared with YWCA Toronto (@YWCAToronto) and Red Door Family Shelter (@RedDoorFamilySh).

Please join Sue and Michael Nov. 24th for the opening (7–11:30PM) to Dec 4th at the #HASHTAG GALLERY, 830 Dundas St. W.  to discover and interact with their two views of our vibrant world 

Sue Ennis is an abstract painter, based in Toronto, Canada. Her work is inspired by colour, has helped energize many spaces in homes and offices across Canada. She has shown widely in Ontario in juried shows and is an elected member of the Ontario Society of Artists. For more information or to arrange a studio visit, contact Check out her regular updates at .

Michael Sachter is a fine art photographer who aims to provoke emotional responses, conversations and “make the world more beautiful and interesting”.  Michael has participated in juried group shows in Toronto and New York and is a Patch Project Artist (  His limited edition images are now in public/office spaces and private collections in both Canada and the USA. Explore Michael’s images at For commissions or more information, contact anytime.

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