Canada House Gallery is very proud to feature a new body of work by Bill Brownridge. Born in 1932 in Rosetown SK, Bill grew up during difficult times when hockey provided simple joy. “Being born with cripple’s legs and unable to participate in athletics left him fascinated with all types
Our December exhibition features rare Ron Martin paintings dating between 1970 – 1987. We have chosen well known examples from Martin’s diverse body of work – from an early “World Painting”, sumptuous late 1970s “Black Paintings”, geometric works from his “2, 8, 32, 128” series and gestural work from 1987.
Giving Context takes the paintings out of the studio and into unusual circumstances. The contrast of these large works against land- and cityscapes shows the scale and physical properties of the paintings, but also helps reveal something about my process and personality- the less tangible things that go into creating a
‘Like many artists I go back to and explore the subjects I have gotten to know and love over many years of observation. Painting from motifs that are very personal and full of visual stimulation for me, I try and do another painting that has a lasting quality and feels
Joseph Plaskett is a renowned, honoured Canadian painter whose work will be featured at Gallery 78 beginning December 1st. Plaskett’s work has been widely collected by individuals, corporations, and major public galleries, including the National Gallery of Canada. His images are eternal in their simplicity, timeless in their subject, and
Just in time for the holiday season, Galerie Valentin presents its annual small-size works exhibition, including a selection of historical works as well as works by our contemporary artists. Small-Size Historical Works Small-Size Works by our Contemporary Artists
Exhibition Dates: November 25, 2017 – January 13, 2018 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 25, 2-5pm Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Koža”, our first solo exhibition of work by emerging Canadian artist Deanna Pizzitelli. Pizzitelli is a Canadian photo-based artist and writer. Using a variety of analogue technologies, she
Galerie D’Este is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Canada by Japanese photographer Masako Miyazaki. In this photographic series, the artist elaborates a dreamlike discourse on nature and rooting. Inspired by her own migration history, Masako Miyazaki reveals in her photographs the similarities between trees and man. Being