FIONA FREEMARK NOVEMBER 9TH – DECEMBER 2ND A solo exhibition of new hand-cut photographs created during Freemark’s residency at Doris McCarthy’s “Fool’s Paradise.” This body of work was made with the support of the Doris McCarthy Artist-In-Residence Program and the Ontario Heritage Trust. More details coming soon.
Although a life-long resident of Montreal, John Fox (1927-2008) developed a deep love of Venice. This city’s palimpsest walls and rich colours informed both his formalist cityscapes, figures and the personalities of his large abstract canvases. Fox’s work is held in private, corporate and public collections including the Art Gallery of
Clusters place us in front of the confrontation between the characters and this exorbitant agglomeration of materials conflates the different roles of femininity (girlhood, motherhood, woman/object, woman/human). The digitally multiplied body of the artist lends itself to various aspects of gender performativity. Through the plurality of their staging, these doubles
The subjects that I paint have a connection to me. It’s an emotional and often historical connection. I need this if I am going to commit the time, work and feeling needed to produce a tempera which may take weeks to complete. The cityscapes/nocturnes of Toronto came about after many
Galerie D’Este is pleased to present in this drought, flood my hollow heart, the second solo show by artist Marigold Santos organized at the gallery. Recent works of Marigold Santos continue to examine the ongoing theme of empowered selfhoods through embracing fragmentation and multiplicity of personal identity, informed by lived
Marsha Kennedy ~Afterlight Slate Fine Art Gallery, Regina Sk September 6 to October 6, 2018 Afterlife is a dreamlike, pensive passage into the past where antique, anonymous photographs represent my familial and collective past. Carefully placed bodies of birds charge the image and warn of a looming or uncertain future.
In her upcoming exhibition, Forth and Back, Loree presents a series of pairs of paintings that continue her exploration of the opposing forces of freedom and constraint. In each pair, one of the paintings displays the artist’s typically unrestrained, intuitive approach, while the other demonstrates an attempt to replicate the
We are pleased to present Erik Olson’s fifth solo exhibition, “Hold The Line”, new paintings capturing the people and places from his epic motorcycle journey across America. Since April, Olson has been riding his 2018 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle from Vancouver down the West Coast Highway stopping in Palo Alto, Big
ORGANIZED! JEFF DEPNER SEPTEMBER 21ST – OCTOBER 14TH We are pleased to present ORGANIZED!, a solo exhibition by Vancouver artist, Jeff Depner. In this latest series of work, Depner pits architectonic organization against the organic, as a method to explore compositional structure through the relationship between colours. Depner creates a