Canada House Gallery is the official host gallery for the 2017 Cape Dorset Annual Graphics Collection & we editions 1 & 3 of each print. They are available for purchase on Saturday October 21 but you can reserve your favourites TODAY. Call us at 1800-419-1298 for details.
As a movement that began in 1850s France, realism continues to grow and evolve to this day. Without a focus on a concept or the abstract, realism shines in the portrayal of the visual: artists interpret the world, reality, life, and everyday objects with their own flair though painting. The
On Saturday, October 21st, Mira Godard Gallery is pleased to open an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by MICHAEL THOMPSON. The artist will be present. MICHAEL THOMPSON was born in 1954 in Montreal, Quebec. He studied Fine Arts at Concordia University, Montreal, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art
Award wining and highly collected artist David T. Alexander continues his tireless and focused artistic exploration of land and water. The artist’s athletic style and use of vibrant colour creates a kinetic energy that radiates through the work. The paintings are executed with a dramatic flair that transports the viewer
Our third solo exhibition with Gathie Falk includes new still-life inspired paintings and a new ceramic sculpture, “Checkerboard with Moths“. Gathie Falk has spent more than five decades creating artworks that aim to “venerate the ordinary”. Her home and the objects in her daily life act as the source material
View new works from the artists solo exhibition. Opening reception with the artist October 14, 2-5 p.m. In the artist’s latest body of work, titled Irremeable, he explores the concept of ‘no return’. In his painting process he starts with one colour, building out from it and modifying colours. Compositions change,
Split into two parts, an exhibition of works by Jean-Sébastien Denis entitled Extensions, décalages et propos ambigus sur la plasticité will occupy both Galleries 2 and 3. Faithful to his method of creating through addition, the artist will present a dozen recent works on paper, although this time that has
Galerie Simon Blais is extremely excited to be able to present new paintings by Louis-Philippe Côté. Since 2015, Côté has been resistant to the idea of showing what is too obvious to us, in particular, the violence of images. Now more than ever, through the act of painting he seeks