Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain is honoured to present an exhibition of drawings by Napachie Pootoogook and Pitseolak Ashoona from the archives of Dorset Fine Arts.
Our March exhibition explores diverse representations of the environment, land and nature. Not all of the artists are characterized as “landscape artists”, though they each have taken aspects of their surrounding environment as the inspiration for their individual works. From Gordon Rayner’s homage to Tom Thomson to Margot Ariss’s poetic
VIVIANEART is pleased to present I Can’t Live Without You, an exhibition of new works by Calgary based artist, Sarah Nordean. In her first show with the gallery, Nordean continues her exploration of obsessive, repetitive mark making both with paintings on panel and drawings on paper.
Not surprisingly, the result is a show of lively visual diversity, further distinguished by the candour and even intimacy of the visions the artists have offered to viewers. Most of the works convey deeply personal moments of insight. Often these have been sparked by a particular object or setting which,
For the next four weeks, as this exhibition crosses over International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 8th, we are honouring and celebrating the unique and endlessly creative vision of female artists. This group exhibition comprises of new works by Jessie Babin, Lori Doody, Alexandrya Eaton, Danielle Hogan, Victoria Moon Joyce,
In her latest body of work, Barbara Safran de Niverville explores the enchanting and fragile growth that occurs on the forest floor, or undergrowth (the translation for the Italian word sottobosco) of forests in the Atlantic region. Representing them in their darkened habitat beneath the canopies of trees, Barbara draws
Galerie Simon Blais presents an exhibition of close to forty works by Montréal painter Jean-Paul Jérôme, who died in 2004. Illustrating five decades of uninterrupted creation, the exhibition A very Personal Journey offers a representative overview of the long and prolific career of the artist, now recognized as one of
Louise Robert has regularly shown her recent work at Galerie Simon Blais for quite a number of years. Now, for the first time, the gallery is holding an exhibition that explores the development of this accomplished and celebrated artist’s work over time by displaying eight pieces executed between 1979 and
Shadows of Doubt, was inspired in part by the Giacometti exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery. These figures are unmistakably Robinson’s, and feature his signature abstracted formal environs, but the artist has relaxed his anatomical expression to emphasize a dynamic gestural vigor. “When you first begin, you find only darkness,