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Hilary Porado
Rivers and Ponds along the QEW

Wednesday, January 2, - Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Woodside Square Library
1571 Sandhurst Circle
Scarborough, ON M1V 1V2

Hilary Porado celebrates the beauty of the rivers and ponds along the Queensway and the QEW. 2019 is the Bicentenary of the Birth of the Bab, one of two central figures of the Baha'i Faith. Hilary is thankful for the opportunity to exhibit her work at this special time. For more information about the Bahai Faith, go to bahai.org. For Hilary, painting is a prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God, the Creator. Happy Bicentenary! 

Ruby Ewen
Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders Benefit

Saturday December 1, 2018 - Friday, January 4, 2019,

Chez Lucien Pub
137 Murray St. Byward Market Ottawa, Ontario K1N 5M7 Canada

An exhibition and sale of paintings to benefit. 60% of the sale of West Coast oil paintings by well-known Ottawa area painter, Ruby Ewen, will be donated to MFS.

Elizabeth Chitty
The Living River Project: Art, Water, and Possible Worlds

Friday, October 19 -Sunday, January 20, 2019
Opening: Saturday, October 20, 7 PM
Time of Reception 7 PM

Art Gallery at Windsor
401 Riverside Drive West
Windsor, ON N9A 7J1

Swallow, single channel video projection, 4 channel spatialized audio I approach the Detroit River from the perspective of remediation which speaks not only of past mistakes but of courage. I also approach the river through governance and other documents. Real time and movement run through this work and my human body is always close by as is yours in the seeing and listening. We are entangled with the water within and without us.

Jeanette Luchese
The Focus and the Fray

Thursday, November 15 - Sunday, December 9, 2018 Reception at November 15 at 7PM

Campus Gallery — Helen and Arch Brown Centre for Visual Arts
Georgian College One Georgian Drive
Barrie, Ontario L4M 3X9

Curator: Sarah Elizebeth Leonard
As a moment passes there is a focus and there is a fray. Jeanette Luchese work captures the fray around the focus creating an impression of the space she inhabited in that piece of time. Illustrated through lines, shapes and colour, the moment reveals itself to the viewer and artist alike, illuminating the space inside the fray.

Frasier Radford
Soft Pleasures

Tuesday, October 2 - Monday, December 31, 2018

Brockville Public Library
23 Buell Street Brockville, Ontario K6V 5T7

The paintings in this exhibition are mainly influenced by the Colour Field/Post-Painterly Abstraction artists of the 1960's. Colour is the main subject of these works, taking into consideration how the colours combine, through the process of osmosis, the liquefied paint getting absorbed into the weave of the raw, unstretched canvas, blending and layering over one another.

Cynthia O'Brian
Lifecycle Conversations

Thursday, November 8 - Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall
110 Laurier Ave West, Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1

A collaborative two-person exhibition where Cynthia O’Brien’s clay sculptures and Barbara Brown’s photographs are intertwined, creating immersive installations. The exhibition explores the theme of 'memento mori' – a reminder of human fragility, mortality and the inevitability of death. Through the artists’ use of the changing, diverse beauty and delicacy of plants and flowers, their installations become acts of commemoration and an observance of transience, loss, memory, decline and rejuvenation in all living things. Curatorial collaborator, Judith Parker.

Carolina Reis
Hanging by Threads / Ne tenir qu'à des fils

Friday, January 25 - Sunday, January 27, 2010 Screening and Opening: Saturday, January 26 at 3PM.

Annex Art Centre
1075 Bathurst Street
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2M9

Knitted and intertwined threads are all interconnected and make up one single piece. Visitors are welcome to interact with the installation and the space, and to wear the art.

https://designto.org/event/hanging-by-threads-ne-tenir-qua-des-fils/

Humber Galleries
Dbaajimowinan: Our Stories

Monday, November 26 - Friday, January 18, 2019

Reception: Thursday, December 6, 2018 at 3PM.

North Space Gallery
205 Humber College Boulevard Humber College North Campus - LRC Atrium, Toronto, Ontario M9W 5L7

Dbaajimowinan: Our Stories is a dynamic and engagingly fresh take on how the stories we tell—about ourselves, the world and everything in it— are the basis of reality and future experience. Applying a mix of traditional and contemporary concepts, techniques and styles, these artists make and remake themselves, imaginatively and philosophically, with each story. At its heart, Dbaajimowinan invites you to join the conversation, exploring not only who we are as individuals, but also what we are inspired to create.


Humber Galleries
Breathing the Past Forward

Monday, December 10 - Friday, January 18, 2019

L Space Gallery
Humber College Lakeshore Campus - 19 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive Room L1002, Toronto, Ontario M8V 4B6

It begins at the back of the throat: an inhalation, a movement. Breath carries the past forward with it through shared stories. Like a canoe moves through water rippling the surface, stories of past inform the present, shaping the future. Engaging footage collected from the National Film Board of Canada’s archive, four filmmakers breathe resilience into vestiges of colonial representation.


Lyn Westfall
I Play Colours
Tuesday, January 8 - Thursday, January 24, 2019
Opening: Friday, January 11 at 7:00 pm

Silence Sounds
46 Essex St
Guelph, Ontario N1H 3K8

Lyn Westfall is a Guelph artist currently working with sound and music as she paints. This form of art is part of the larger idea known as synasthesia. This exhibition features large watercolours created while listening to improvisational music at Silence Sounds, a musical centre in Guelph. The paintings are a colour, shape, line, and rhythm interpretation of the sounds heard every Monday morning at the Silence Improv Session. 

Tosca Teran
La Planete Sauvage; moving away from Human-centred work beyond Anthropocene
Friday, January 18 - Sunday, January 27, 2019
Kick-off opening reception: Thursday, January 17 at 7:00 pm

co:Lab
06 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1G6

Living mycelium sculptures. Bio-sonification. I view my research as a collaborative effort with the non-Human entities I touch, caress, grow. I started collaborating artistically with Algae, Physarum polycephalum, and Mycelium in 2016, translating biodata from non-human organisms into music.

The installation consists of work conceptualized during an artist residency in Iceland, where I grew Mycelium into various forms. Bio-sonification allows the human ear a window into mycelial language and realtime interaction with flora.

Kendall Hurley
The Kendall Hurley Collection

Sunday, May 15, 2016 - Friday, May 15, 2020

Chateau Des Charmes Wines
1025 York Road
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1P0

The Kendall Hurley Collection is a permanent exhibit, located at Chateau Des Charmes Wines in NOTL, Ontario. Kendall is an abstract artist painting with her own technique, called 'Acrylic Fusion Blend'. She is known, internationally, for her use of colour and texture. Kendall's work can be found in many private collections, worldwide and at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.

Loop Gallery presents:
273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1X8

David Holt | Orvieto Paintings
Saturday, December 8, 2018 - Sunday, December 30, 2018
Opening: Saturday, December 30 at 2:00 pm

Holt’s paintings within this exhibition were completed over the past two years, and are part of a larger ongoing series of works involving history, architecture and religion. Most grew out of work from two summers in Orvieto, Italy. Some are based directly on sculpture from the Orvieto Duomo façade, while others reference a range of Early Christian, Byzantine and Medieval sources… The compositional grids of most of the paintings allow for a playful visual interplay of motifs.

Mary Catherine Newcomb | A...
Saturday, December 8, 2018 - Sunday, December 30, 2018
Opening: Saturday, December 30 at 2:00 pm

Newcomb’s A… exposes the plight of a significant but silent and ignored group of people, while inviting the viewer to ponder the roles, consequences and function of exclusion in larger contexts.

Rage, humiliation, shame, self-doubt and a loss of self-respect are only a few of the destructive emotions that exclusion evokes… Referencing personal experience and her body, Newcomb draws the viewer into a realm that acknowledges a direct animal response to exclusion, and alludes to the mythic demand for sacrifice.

Maryse Maynard
THE OTHER SIDE

Friday, Novermber 9 - Tuesday, January 8 2019

Gallery 200
The School of Dance 200 Crichton St.
Ottawa, Ontario K1M 1W2

Gallery 200 in The School of Dance is pleased to feature the two Artists-in-Residence, Maryse Maynard and her colleague, who celebrate The School’s 40th Anniversary Season with a multi-media exhibition entitled The Other Side.

Oliver Tiura
A Showcase of Abstraction

Monday October 3 - February 3, 2019 

Online: shop.societyofcanadianartists.com
68 Suffolk Street West
Guelph, ON N1H 2J1

This is the beginning of a new, large series of sculptures made of PMMA. Here I have geometricized my practice aesthetic, creating flowing, flat contortions as exciting forms interpreted from abstracted figurative extensions, mixed human and animal design parts relating to bones, swirling natural form specifically to water's fluid dynamics, all fascinatingly connected.

Jamelie A Hassan
Sohelia Esfahani, Melika Hashemi, Jamelie Hassan, Sumaira Tazeen : What does it mean to be a contemporary artist of Islamic background i

Saturday, September 29, 2018 - Sunday, January 6, 2019

THE MUSEUM
10 King Street West
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1A3

Connections and Contexts: 4 Artists Explore Islamic Influences and Traditions

Soheila Esfahani,  Melika Hashemi 
Jamelie Hassan, Sumaira Tazeen 

The artworks presented in this exhibition by Soheila Esfahani, Melika Hashemi, Jamelie Hassan and Sumaira Tazeen do not fully reside within the traditions of any single culture; rather each artist challenges the conventions of their multiple cultures.

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