The exhibition showcases 14 prints, carefully chosen to “reflect the diversity of Alberta as much as possible,” as the co-founder of J2 Studios, Larry Jang, puts it. It’s available for online viewing between May 16 and 30. All prints are for sale. For every purchase, J2 Studios will be donating 20 per cent of profits to Food Banks Alberta.
“Communities are the backbone of our society. Due to COVID-19, people are being burdened with more difficulties, including hunger, financial stress, anxiety, depression, the list goes on,” says Jang in his description of the art exhibition. “Seeing all of these struggles compelled me to do something to help the communities we live in. Communities have supported me and my family as a pharmacist and as an artist for many years, so, naturally, I want to help the communities back.”