Arnie Guha's permanent art installation is now open at The National Club, 303 Bay St., Toronto, Canada.
Arnie Guha's installation at the National Club combines psychedelia and digital art to lead viewers on a transformative journey inspired by his surroundings. Using original photographs taken in Hudson, Quebec, Guha creates a trilogy of lightbox artworks exploring the potential benefits of psychedelics for mental health. The artworks progress from a serene landscape in "The Wind Rises" to vibrant psychedelic auras in "Northern Borealis," culminating in abstract mindscapes in "Lake of Two Mountains," symbolizing the transformative power of psychedelics; as well as a celebration of Canada. Guha's installation prompts contemplation on art, therapy, and Canada's foundational contributions to the field of psychedelic research.