Don Maynard’s new series, Swimmers, is created from stills of a video which he made in 2017. Shot at the local pool in Kingston, Ontario, the video references the 2017 crisis of refugees escaping Syria, and dangerously making their way across the Mediterranean to Italy or Greece. Approximately 23 swimmers
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 12th, 6-9 pm MATTHEW CARVER ELDON GARNET MICHEL GOULET DANA HOLST RON MARTIN LOUISE ROBERT ANDREW RUCKLIDGE DAISUKE TAKEYA HAROLD TOWN Please note from July 10th – July 31st, the gallery will be open Tuesday – Saturday 11 am – 6 pm For the month of August, the
Exhibition Dates: July 21 – September 8, 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, July 26, 5-8pm Stephen Bulger Gallery is pleased to present “Land Use”, a group exhibition of work by artists Robert Burley, Dana Fritz, Geoffrey James, and Jamey Stillings. Much of human activity is spent either glorifying or mastering our
Collective 2018 – Daniel Barrow, BGL, Julien Boily, Shary Boyle, Claudie Gagnon, Paryse Martin, Jean-Pierre Morin, Amélie Proulx
For the summer period, Galerie 3 presents an collective show resonating with the theme of the exhibition Fait main/Hand Made, presented this summer at the Musée National des beaux-arts du Québec. Funny, playful, ingenious and touching, these pieces, some never seen before, put forward the know-how of our artists.
Our middle gallery July exhibition will feature new evening inspired landscape paintings by Victoria, BC-based artist Jeremy Herndl. His most recent body of paintings focus on a series of evening paintings that explore the veil between the natural and the human world. These landscape paintings are somewhat autobiographical but at
Our third solo exhibition for London-born-Brooklyn-based Jason McLean will feature a highly detailed suite of drawings documenting McLean’s experiences, observations and perceptions. The new drawings reflect on his life living in the US, his obsession with real estate and his life as a father and husband. Jason McLean was born
Ron Shuebrook: The Ron Effect celebrates the distinguished artist & educator, Ron Shuebrook, with a selection of small to large works dating from the 60s to present. Best know as an abstract painter who aligns his work with American late Modernists, Shuebrook’s career spans over half a century. He