ELISSA CRISTALL GALLERY is delighted to present “The Figure in the Landscape” featuring guest artist Liz Toohey-Wiese and gallery artists Sara Caracristi, Taralee Guild, Jessica Korderas, Jessie McNeil. “The Figure in the Landscape” takes a look at the narrative in landscape painting and the contemporary relationships between identity and space. The
While creating these paintings I imagined a radical group of people, communicating only by invisible means through the atmosphere, that collaborated independently of governments to rehabilitate the common lands and public spaces of their respective countries. They called themselves informally ‘The Bureau of Reclamation’. For this show Rucklidge has
David Cantine’s highly recognizable compositions of coloured circles below Plexiglas have been the painter’s primary pursuit for 43 years of his impressive painting career spanning almost six decades. What originally began as a still-life of apples and their shadows evolved into the present abstract imagery of four circles and
Join us as we celebrate one of the most accomplished English artists of the 20th century. Featured are eighteen drawings and mixed media works on paper covering a broad spectrum of subject matter, including portraits, landscapes and compositional studies for major paintings. Included: Stanley Spencer, Portrait of Miss Silcox, graphite
Join us as we celebrate seven remarkable Indigenous artists who have all made an enduring impact on the Canadian art scene.
In part this is a reaction to present-day society’s capacity to discard rapidly and constantly seek the new.The flawed and the incomplete have become more interesting than the ideal. -Paddy Lamb Opening Reception: June 15, 2017 7pm – 9pm Artist Talk: June 17, 2017 @ 2pm ‘All Bones and Broken
These works are meant to convey an emotion, a curiosity, or simply an odd coincidence that makes me stop in my tracks. I begin with a series of photographs, often taken while on the move, in-between destinations, or in a quiet moment. The blurred experiences of a busy day are
OTTO ROGERS – RECENT WORK One of Canada’s preeminent abstract painters, has an exhibition opening this weekend at Gallery Jones – Saturday, June 10th from 2 – 4 pm. Exhibition runs until July 8th. At 82 years of age, Rogers has been painting for more than 60 years. He grew