Yechel Gagnon – “Midwinter Thaw”

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 16, 2017: 2-4 P.M. Artist in Attendance. Gagnon’s visual language gained much of its syntax through working with plywood; the themes and techniques that are explored are diverse. Plywood can exemplify dualism of identity: a complex, industrially-produced material layered with ‘content’ from its natural, organic source.

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Rana Rochat – “Works on Paper”

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 28, 2017: 2 – 4 PM.   Newzones is pleased to present “Works on Paper”, a solo exhibition by Rana Rochat. Rochat maintains that narratives sacrifice intuition, gut feelings, and the profound experience of mystery that a painting has the potential to provide. In her new

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Brigitta Kocsis – Contingent Bodies

Brigitta Kocsis was born in Hungary. In 1988 she moved to the UK where she learned English in Brixton and after two years there, relocated to Montreal in 1990 to pursue her education at Concordia University Fine Arts. She received her BFA from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design

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Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) “O Canada – Our Home and Native Land”

Gallery 78 is honoured to present “O Canada – Our Home and Native Land”. The gallery was chosen to host this major national juried exhibition of the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday. This exhibition also commemorates the 60th anniversary of the SCA. There are 51 artworks

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SHAYNE GRAY ‘SCENES FROM CANADA’ CELEBRATING CANADA DAY AND CONFEDERATION 150

Opens Saturday June 24 in The Feature Gallery, Join us to meet Shayne, from 2 – 4 pm, Sat. June 24 We’re having some fun riffing on the concept of Canada Day and Confederation 150 with Shayne Gray’s creative photographs. Shayne’s images feature scenes from Toronto, other recognizable Canadian scenes

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Selected Works by Geneviève Jost

Geneviève JOST, Dame au lotus   In parallel to the retrospective exhibition of the work of the artist Geneviève Jost held this summer at the Magog International Museum of Naïve Art, the gallery is exhibiting until June 30 a few selected works by the artist. www.galerievalentin.com/exhibitions-169.html

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The Figure in the Landscape

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

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Andrew Rucklidge: Bureau of Reclamation

  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

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David Cantine: STILL Still-Life

  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

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Paterson Ewen

A selection of paintings and works on paper by Paterson Ewen. Opening Saturday June 17, 2017 2-5 PM.

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