The Olga Korper Gallery presents a new series of work by contemporary painter John Brown. John’s method requires painstaking layers of oil paint applied to panel and then stripped away, offering images that begin as figurative and have been slowly abstracted through his archaeological painting process. Beneath the rich
Opening Reception: Thursday November 30th, 2017 5:30-7:30 PM Newzones is excited to celebrate its 25th anniversary with “Beautiful Mess”, a solo exhibition by Calgary based artist Colleen Philippi. Philippi’s artwork immediately captures the attention of the viewer. A sense of existential mysticism comes from her highly creative and personal visual
November 3 – 25, 2017 Opening Reception on Saturday, November 11 from 4-6pm. Hans Wendt will be present This is our first solo exhibition for PEI artist Hans Wendt. Wendt is known for his large-scale photo-realistic watercolour paintings of common objects found in an artist’s studio. Our exhibition features
In his newest exhibition, “Life’s Seasons”, Réjean Roy delves into the metaphorical and literal changing of the seasons, taking to his canoe and exploring the landscapes of Northern New Brunswick and his new home in the Gatineau area of Québec. Réjean is keenly aware of his surroundings and in this
Various represented contemporary artists will be featured in a rotating group 3-month exhibition at Abbozzo Gallery. Photography and paintings of abstract, contemporary realist, and photo-realistic form will be on display from November through January.
Barry McCarthy October 21 – November 4 In Toronto Loch Gallery has the pleasure to announce an exhibition of exceptional new oil & watercolour paintings by Barry McCarthy. Renowned for his picturesque images of the rural landscapes of Southern Ontario and coastal seascapes of the Maritimes, Barry responded to a
Bau-Xi Gallery’s carefully curated selection for Art Toronto 2017 includes a range of mid- and late-career artists whose recent work features unique compositions, fresh palettes, exciting new formats, and thoughtful thematic commentaries. Visit us at booth A18 to view incredible new paintings and photography from Bau-Xi artists. In the meantime,
Fritz Brandtner, Apples (1928) Exhibition of new acquisitions of Canadian historical works, including works by Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Fritz Brandtner, Ozias Leduc, Jacques de Tonnancour, Rodolphe Duguay, Léon Bellefleur, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Philip Surrey, Jordi Bonet, Marcelle Ferron, Lise Gervais, Christian Deberdt, and Miyuki Tanobe. www.galerievalentin.com/exhibitions-173.html
Artist’s Reception Saturday November 4, 2-5pm This latest series of work is a balance of deep, dreamy mountain panoramas and some more light hearted ski resort type images. Whether it’s fun on the slopes or meditating on spectacles of nature, we are a part of nature. Nature reflecting on nature.