Casey McGlynn’s paintings are visual composites of autobiography and collective memory, at once literal and endlessly symbolic. Highly referential images—animals, people, popular media, textual documents—narrate scenes from the artist’s life while also prompting the viewer’s imagination through allegory and archetype. Working with a combination of techniques, McGlynn imbues this timeless visual
ELISSA CRISTALL GALLERY is delighted to present “A Cabinet of Curiosities” a group exhibition curated by Darius Stein with artists: Luke Armitstead, Sarah Davidson, Paul Halley and Juliana Silva. “A Cabinet of Curiosities” takes a look at two and three dimensional artworks that occupy a space located between fact and fiction.
June 1 – 21, 2017 Leslie Poole /// Birds & Bouquets Preview of Show: Thursday, June 1, 2017 Opening reception: Saturday, June 3, 2017: 2-5 PM: Artist in attendance Show continues through to June 21, 2017 Nationally and internationally recognized, Vancouver-based artist Leslie Poole (b. 1942, Halifax, Nova Scotia) received
English will follow. Paysages était le titre de la dernière exposition de Marc Séguin à la galerie, en 2013. Mais à cette époque, l’artiste nous amenait dans des paysages urbains empreints d’une aura de drame. Sa nouvelle série de « paysages » n’a plus rien à voir avec cette urbanité; l’être humain
MARIETTE ROODENBURG: Baer With Me/The Cloud & the Mountain Both series of Mariette Roodenburg’s photographs were taken in a small, remote area in Northern Iceland, not far from the Arctic Circle. It is an exceptional place with large skies, roaring seas, thunderous clouds and fog-smoking mountains, with the Baer Art
Rita Letendre – Vitality June 3 – 29, 2017 Opening reception June 3 from 1 – 4 pm Rumi Galleries is proud to present a selection of paintings by critically acclaimed Canadian artist Rita Letendre in the lead up to her retrospective exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario. No
Galerie D’Este is pleased to present Mycorrhizal, its second solo exhibition for Andy Curlowe. Wishing to develop an artistic approach more reflective of his personal world, Andy Curlowe proposes a new corpus of works combining the exploration of nature, place and architecture with elements related to his intimate experiences. This
Abstraction in Canada This exhibition explores the hard and soft edge paintings of Post-War and Contemporary Canadian artists Marcel Barbeau, Lise Gervais, Jean-Paul Jérôme, Rita Letendre, Philip Mix, Scott Plear, Charles Robb, Claude Tousignant and Harold Town