Julian Forrest: ‘This Is Not A Century For Paradises’

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 15th from 7-9 pm Artist Q & A: Saturday, March 17th at 4pm Join us for the opening reception of Julian Forrest’s newest exhibition: ‘This Is Not A Century For Paradises’. The exhibition features large scale paintings that explore themes of place/displacement, migration, masculinities, and mythic

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Robert Lemay – Big Screen TV

Robert Lemay’s new series “Big Screen TV” is beautifully executed using his meticulously painted grid technique that appears digitized and highlights the competition between oil paintings and big screen TV’s for wall space.

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Crossfaded

Colin Muir Dorward & Gavin Lynch “Crossfaded”

Colin Muir Dorward and Gavin Lynch met while studying for their MFA’s at the University of Ottawa in 2012.  Both artists had an affinity to painting, David Hockney and DJing, and became fast friends.  This is their first 2-person exhibition together and they present two visually disparate bodies of work.  

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Canopies and Heavens: Marc Audette, Lise Beaudry, Glenda Leon & Edward Maloney @ Centre Space, Toronto

February 24 – March 24 Canopies and Heavens Marc Audette Lise Beaudry Glenda León Edward Maloney Opening Saturday February 24th from 3pm to 6pm Artists in attendance: Marc Audette , Lise Beaudry, and Edward Maloney 65 George Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 4L8 Canopies and Heavens Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

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Katrin Korfmann

Katrin Korfmann March 3-17, 2018 350 Dundas St West, Toronto Opening Reception: Saturday March 3, 2:00 – 4:00pm Bau-Xi Photo is pleased to present an exhibition of work by European photographer Katrin Korfmann. Since the early 1990’s, Korfmann has been examining the relationship between the observer and the observed, the effect of the

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Hugh Mackenzie | The 90th Year

Hugh Mackenzie | The 90th Year  March 3-17, 2018 340 Dundas Street West, Toronto Opening Reception: Saturday March 3, 2-4 pm – ARTIST IN ATTENDANCE Bau-Xi Toronto is pleased to present a collection of work from the studio of Hugh Mackenzie. Since the 1950s, Mackenzie has appealed to the personal: love

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Steve Coffey – New Oils and Fallen Star Cars

Steve’s landscapes are loaded with visual intricacies. Throughout his travels, Steve has found that there is simply no light like that of the Canadian prairies, which is challenging to describe especially on canvas. Steve’s hope is that his work triggers the feeling of familiarity, that somewhere at sometime the viewer has seen

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Bill Laing – Looking Through

William J. Laing was born in Glasgow, Scotland and immigrated to Canada in 1960. He studied at the Vancouver School of Art then at Brighton Polytechnic in England and then received his Masters Degree from the Royal College of Art in London, England in 1974. From 1974 to 1977, Bill

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Marjan Eggermont – The Seductiveness of Life

Marjan Eggermont grew up in The Netherlands and immigrated to Canada in 1986. She has a B.A., a B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the University of Calgary.  Marjan is Associate Dean (Student Affairs) and a faculty member at the University of Calgary in the Mechanical and Manufacturing department of the Schulich

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ROD CHARLESWORTH – painted places

Rugged and raw landscapes from across Canada continue to inspire Rod Charlesworth, a Canada House Gallery artist for over 30 years. Working with oil on canvas utilizing his hands, fingers, brush and palette knife Charlesworth’s pieces are rich, vibrant and luscious. “My approach to oil painting has usually been a

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