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PARTS GALLERY
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www.partsgallery.ca/

1142 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON, M4M 1L1
info@partsgallery.ca

Tel:  416-465-8500

Hours:  Wednesday - Saturday 12-6pm; Sunday 12-5pm.
Year Established:  2002

SELECTED ARTISTS

Kim Atlin
Jeff Depner
Christine Flynn
Fiona Freemark
Judith Geher
Drew Klassen
Erin McSavaney
Jeremy Miranda
Laura Ortiz Vega
Yangyang Pan
Casey Roberts
Ric Santon
Anna Valdez
Douglas Walker
Samantha Walrod



EXHIBITION LISTING





Jeremy Miranda
6/10/2015 - 7/12/2015

The first solo exhibition in Canada by New Hampshire artist, Jeremy Miranda.





Kim Atlin: Solo Exhibition
9/17/2015 - 10/11/2015

Solo exhibition of new work by Toronto landscape painter, Kim Atlin.





Land of Allure
9/9/2015 - 10/14/2015

Land of Allure @ First Canadian Place Gallery: New work by parts gallery artists' Yangyang Pan & Douglas Walker, and also featuring Melissa Doherty (Rennan Isaacs). These artists entice viewers into phenomenal worlds through seductive imagery that seize the senses onto a path of fantastical immersion. Melissa Doherty, is known for her excruciatingly detailed paintings of trees, either from above or from within the bowels of the bark, pulling viewers into the heart and soul of the bewitching world that comprises the sanctuary of the tree. Yangyang Pan's intense, mash-up collision of textural colours, pull viewers into her world of germinating abstraction, only to push our anxieties to her outer limits of bliss and utter serenity. Douglas Walker lures viewers into his fantastical layers of wonder through his monochromatic paintings of otherworldly imagery that includes architecture, numerical text and astonishing, unexplored lands.





Summer Salon ft. Judith Geher
8/15/2015 - 9/13/2015

Summer salon featuring new work by Judith Geher. Also on exhibit: Russell Leng, Jeremy Miranda, Yangyang Pan, Christine Flynn, Casey Roberts, Kim Atlin, Jeffrey Harrison, Ric Santon, Fiona Freemark.





Driving Through a Dream - Yangyang Pan
10/15/2015 - 11/8/2015

"Driving Through a Dream" A solo exhibition of new works by Yangyang Pan.


Director(s)
Dianna Witte

Founded by director Dianna Witte and artist Ric Santon, Parts Gallery has maintained its mandate to showcase emerging and mid-career artists with a focus on contemporary painting and photo-based art. Parts Gallery was established in 2002 on Queen Street East, in Toronto’s Leslieville neighbourhood. In 2015 the gallery expanded into a larger, more dynamic exhibition space and continues to explore exciting curatorial projects.