Start your summer off right with exciting new art! Artists have selected and submitted their own works. The juxtaposition of varying mediums, subjects, and processes is delightful. This is the perfect opportunity to escape for a while and immerse yourself in the creativity and vision of each artist. The works
Newzones is excited to present ALL-IN, a new solo exhibition by Marie Lannoo. Lannoo, on her new body of work: “This was not a year to hold back in the studio. ALL-IN refers to going all-out in painting – risking it all on canvas during the pandemic. It has been a year
Accomplished Japanese-Canadian artist Naoko Matsubara continues to produce engaging and thought provoking work with this new exhibition focusing on the very tools that define humanity: our hands. No official opening reception or RSVP necessary for this exhibition, please feel free to walk in and enjoy the art any day between
VIVIANEART is pleased to present The Green Room, an exhibition of new works by Kyle Beal. Centred around a green palette, Beal’s mixed media practice continues to explore ideas of individuality and the performance of the everyday. Beal’s newest body of work centres around the ‘green room’, a room actors
Exhibition Dates: May 1 – June 26, 2021* * The exhibition will open virtually on May 1st. Once Ontario’s government health guidelines allow us to reopen to the public, the gallery will open by appointment from Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 6pm. Information on how to schedule a visit
Newzones is pleased to announce Curious Migrations, a solo exhibition by senior Canadian painter KevinSonmor. Born in Lacombe, Alberta, Kevin Sonmor completed his MFA at Concordia University in Montreal in 1991. Since then, he has exhibited widely across Canada and the United States for thirty-five years. Sonmor has had solo exhibitions
From April 16 – May 8, 2021, enjoy a new body of work by Alexandrya Eaton in Seasons. View the exhibition online here. The work in this exhibition is about enjoying simple beauty. It is about taking time to enjoy surroundings, go on more walks, and appreciate the beauty
Historically, drawings served as the structural foundations for future works, from large sculptures to oil paintings. But drawings can be more than just a “first step.” While artists may still rely on a preliminary drawing for more complete works, drawings can also be a fully developed exploration of a subject.
Dan Hudson’s introspective art works are his personal contemplations on the subject of time. He creates ritualistic processes as a way to interface with astrological cycles and their corresponding rhythms in the landscape. His art works are artifacts of these processes. They are offerings to the idea of the Horai.