Canadian artist Laura St. Pierre explores her relationship with the natural environment through a multidisciplinary art practice that includes installations, sculptures, photography and public works. Through her practice, ignored derelict spaces become richly transformed through enlivened interaction with the landscape. On view at VIVIANEART, 17 January thru 29 February 2020,
Oeno Gallery presents some exciting artwork ideas for small spaces in this unique group exhibition, Small Walls, Big Ideas. The show is all about variety – from dynamic to restrained and elegant –and includes a curated selection of sculptures, paintings, photography, and ceramic works by gallery artists. Enjoy carved ginger
For December we have curated a hockey-themed exhibition featuring the following artists: Bob Bozak, Paul Butler, Greg Curnoe, Fred Chartrand, Scott Conarroe, Peter Doig Mauro Fiorese, Simon Hughes, Larry Humber, Anthony Jenkins, Brian McFarlane, Jason McLean, Janet Morton, Graeme Patterson, Liz Pead, Roch Smith, Robyn Thomas, Diana Thorneycroft and The
The exhibition Capital Camera Exchange Inc. presents ten photographs from the eponymous series, as well as a half-dozen analog prints from that of Week-end au « Paradis terrestre »! The Capital Camera Exchange Inc. photos “found” by Michel Campeau constitute an encyclopedic eulogy revealing the interactions and contortions of bodies ensuing from snapshots taken by an anonymous
It is always a pleasure and an honour for Galerie Simon Blais to present works by the giant of contemporary Canadian art that is Françoise Sullivan. This particular exhibition has taken on a special significance for the artist, the mother of four children, for whom life and art have always been
“Musicians have long covered the work of other musicians, reviving and reconstructing in tribute and in quest. Working from Renaissance paintings allows me to visit the minds of painters who are as fascinated by the newness of oil painting as we are today by virtual realities. For many years now,
Marcelle FERRON, Sans titre, 1975, 40 x 32″, oil on paper New Acquisitions of Historical Works from November 5th to 30th. You will find newly received painting by Rodolphe DUGUAY, Marc-Aurèle SUZOR-CÔTÉ, Paul-Vanier BEAULIEU, Marcelle FERRON and many others.
Oeno Gallery is pleased to present “Botanical,” an exhibition of exciting new paintings by Fiona Ackerman. Inspired by the narratives and botanical drawings of women naturalists including Canadian pioneer Catharine Parr Traill, Fiona Ackerman has created a series of paintings that re-imagine nature. In her work, Ackerman re-interprets the taxonomy