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Loop Gallery presents:
1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON 
M6J 1X8

Tanya Cunnington : Dream, comfort, memory 
Saturday, September 15 - Sunday, October 7, 2018 
Opening Reception: September 15 at 2pm 

Dream, comfort, memory, an exhibition of new work by Tanya Cunnington. The paintings that make up Dream, comfort, memory reimagine the Canadian landscape through the haze of memory and nostalgia, creating a space that is at once personal and universally resonant.

J. Lyn Cambell: Soliloquy 
Saturday, September 15 - Sunday, October 7, 2018 

The ‘Soliloquy’, as a dramatic device, allows the thoughts and motives of its speaker to be known to the audience. An exhibition, is similarly revelatory of the thoughts of the artist. For both the dramatist and the artist, an exploration of metaphor and material is the road toward meaning. The artist takes up her chosen forms and shapes, combines and juxtaposes them, to invoke meaning for herself and for us. As viewers, we reflect on these intersections.

Pamela Fielding
Guelph Studio Tour

Saturday, October 13 - Sunday, October 14, 2018

Dublin Street United Church
68 Suffolk Street West
Guelph, ON N1H 2J1

Pamela Fielding will be exhibiting watercolour paintings of the Georgian Bay and Bruce Peninsula area, as well as pastels from the Bruce Trail, and photography of natural and machinery patterns. Hours: Saturday 10am—6pm and Sunday 11am—5pm.


Moira Ness
Tension Becomes Wrinkle

Friday, October 26 - Thursday, November 1, 2018
Opening: Saturday, October 27 at 6pm

Narwhal Contemporary
2104 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6R 1W9

Nothing remains static despite our human adoration for newness, youth and perfection. The universe moves forward and with it the natural progression from new to old and back again. Tension Becomes Wrinkle explores our relationship with this cycle of impermanence. Curated by Lori Harrison with artists Olga Klosowski and Moira Ness. Hours: Friday October 26: 6pm-9pm | Opening Night Reception: Saturday October 27: 12pm-9pm | Sunday October 28: 12pm-6pm| Monday: Closed | Tuesday October 30: 12pm-6pm | Wednesday October 31: 12pm-6pm | Thursday November 1: 12pm-6pm.


Anne Barros
Illuminations

Saturday, November 3 - Sunday, November 25, 2018
Opening: Saturday, November 3 at 1pm

Boarding House Arts
6 Dublin Street South
Guelph, ON N1H 4L5

Illuminations features my artwork with 14 other Canadian metalsmiths who were invited by curator Laura Brandon to create silver candleholders from her family's heritage silver. Each piece reflects on art forms that generations of Canadian women have practised, including architecture, art, craft, design, fashion and textile, film and video, gastronomy, horticulture, music, & photography. The exhibition was inspired by Canada's 150th anniversary in 2017. Artist Lois Betteridge says: "It sends a signal that women count in the arts in Canada.".


Margie Kelk
UnderSee

Wednesday, August 29 - Saturday, September 22, 2018
Opening: Friday, September 7 at 6PM

The Red Head Gallery
401 Richmond St. West, Suite 115
Toronto, ON M2L 2M3

UnderSee, at the Red Head Gallery, is an installation consisting of a new animated film by Margie Kelk and Lynne Slater, and a series of corresponding aluminum sculptures and works on paper. The exhibition revolves around the continuing threat human activities pose for the survival of marine life in oceans around the world.


Nancy Newton
Sound Scape

October 17 - November 4, 2018
Opening: Saturday, October 20, 1-4 PM
Artist Talk: Sunday, November 4, 2 PM

Propeller Gallery
30 Abell Street, Toronto, ON M6J 0A9

Nancy Newton’s drawings and paintings explore the many visual sound scapes suggested by the instrumentation, sound and felt emotional content of R. Murray Schafer’s musical composition entitled Dream-e-scape. For more information info@nancynewton.com or www.nancynewton.com

Zora Buchanan
Retrospective

Saturday, September 29 - Friday, October 26, 2018
Public Opening: Saturday, September at 1PM

The Arts & Letters Club of Toronto
14 Elm Street, Toronto, ON M5G 1G7

40 Years of Drawing and Painting -- Buildings, landscapes, gardens and flowers.

Lauren McKinley Renzetti
Sacred Dot Painting

Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30, 2018

Bloor Gladstone Library
1101 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1M7

A series of acrylic paintings, painted entirely by using dowels to form the marks made. All works are of a sacred nature and made in a meditative state.

Susan Jephcott
Onà:ke/Canoes etc

Wednesday, August 29 - Sunday, September 30, 2018
Meet the artist & refreshments: Sunday, September 9 at 2PM

Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre
36 Home Ave.
Vankleek Hill, ON K0B 1R0

A series of paintings inspired originally from my reaction to Canada's 150 invasion celebration which grew to encompass the universal symbol of the canoe as a confrontation and sharing of cultures across time. There will also be a few pieces from my Dream Blanket Etc. series. My work is a form of symbolic realism that, to some, may seem abstract. I work in acrylics, have been painting for 60 years and have exhibited in Canada, USA, France and West Indies.

Gwen Tooth
Black and Gold

Wednesday, September 19 - Sunday, September 30, 2018

Propeller Gallery
30 Abell Street
Toronto, Ontario, M6J 0A9

A series of acrylic paintings using gold dripping expressions on black backgrounds. Viewing this installation evokes emotions and symbols of wealth, drama, mythology and music through operas such as “Der Ring des Nibelungen” by Richard Wagner.

Gwen Tooth is an expressionist and experimental abstract artist who paints with acrylic to reveal energy, soul and mood. She has recently completed several series of paintings revealing the various moods and energies of water – whirlpools, waterfalls, and tsunamis.

Sandra Hawkins
Recent Paintings and Installations

Friday, September 28, 2018 Open Studio at 6pm

Gardeners House Artists Studios
Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre, 104 Greenview Ave
Ottawa, On K2B 8J8

Sandra Hawkins is one of five artists opening her studio to the public at the Gardener’s House Artist Studios Friday Sept 28, 2018, 6-9 pm as part of Culture Days Ottawa. Sandra's richly layered and textured paintings and installations navigate between memory, experience and imagination; the past, present and future in regard to impacts of global climate warming on place and identity. Location: A white bungalow at 104 Greenview Ave. across from Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre, Britannia Beach.

SCULPTORS SOCIETY OF CANADA PRESENTS 2 EXHIBITIONS:
90...STILL GOING STRONG
Thursday, September 6 - Friday, September 28, 2018  Opening Remarks By Flavio Belli, 6:30 PM.

John B. Aird Gallery Macdonald Block
Main Floor 900 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1C2
For info: cansculpt@gmail.com or 647.435.5858

FEATURING WORKS BY 32 MEMBERS... Through a wide diversity of approaches and range of materials, our sculptors have come together to present dynamic sculpture channeling Canadian values since 1928. Founded by prominent Toronto and Montreal based sculptors, the SSC continues to promote the excellence of contemporary Canadian sculpture and to foster the emergence of new talent and ideas within in this art form.

90...STILL GOING STRONG
Thursday, September 13 - Friday ,October 12, 2018 ,
Opening Remarks by - Kristyn Wong-Tam, Toronto City Councillor, 6:30PM - 8:30 PM

Canadian Sculpture Centre
500 Church Street
Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2C8
For info: cansculpt@gmail.com or 647.435.5858

FEATURING WORKS BY 13 MEMBERS... John Clinton, Edward Falkenberg, Cesar Forero, Elaine Jaques, Marlene Kawalez, Won Lee, J.Mac, Richard McNeill, David Ruben Piqtoukun, Peter Shoebridge, Dina Torrans, Peter Wirün, Judi Michelle Young

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.

Troy Hourie
Apparitions

Saturday, October 6 - Saturday, November 10, 2018
 
Artist Reception on Saturday, October 14 at 1PM

Aurora Cultural Centre, Red and Blue Galleries
22 Church Street
Aurora, ON L4G 1G4

APPARITIONS by Troy Hourie - An esoteric immersive mixed-media installation examining the idea of “designing for wonder” by exploring the mysterious nature of Britten’s opera The Turn of the Screw. Screw. The exhibition forms the final iteration of Hourie’s long term inter-arts project which has been seen in as a work-in-progress in the UK, Netherlands and Finland. Curated by Stephanie Nicolò.Troy Hourie would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.
http://auroraculturalcentre.ca/events/troy-hourie/

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.

Judy Martin
World of Threads of Festival, A Solo Show of Five Pieces

Saturday, October 13 - Sunday, November 25, 2018 Opening reception on Saturday, October 20 at 1:30PM

Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road
Oakville, Ontario L6L 3L5

My work is grounded in the phenomenological idea that the sense of touch is the most effective way to make an emotional connection with others. Large scale, entirely hand stitched, my work explores the inner self.

Deborah Spears
Fathom

Friday, September 14 - Friday, October 14, 2018 Opening Recepetion: Sunday October 14 at 7PM

The View Contemporary Art Gallery
900 Fifth Street
Nanaimo, BC V9R 585
Canada

Deborah Sears presents works from FATHOM, a continuing series of paintings in which she seeks to fathom the unfathomable, to envision the invisible, and to live a life conscious of the unconscious, the spiritual in life. Included is the first work from the series, done in homage to MH017 flying out of Amsterdam and shot down over the Ukraine; and the latest works in the series, which reflect upon her pilgrimage to Iona, Scotland, believed to be, a 'near place.'

Christine Lenoir-Gofin
SELECTIONS

Thursday, September 20 - Saturday, October 20, 2018 Opening reception - Thursday, September 20 at 7PM

TRINITY GALLERY, Shenkman Centre for the Arts
245 Centrum Blv. Orleans, ON K1E 0A1

End of Trees End of Man a cemetery visible from Russell Road not far from my village (Bourget) seen while in the middle of the slash and burn operations going on in the Prescott-Russell Counties since 2016 40 w X 30 h. Acrylics done in brush and knife

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.

Jasmine Riemer
Of, In, and Under

Friday, September 7 - Thursday, October 11 2018

Forest City Gallery
258 Richmond Street London, ON N6B 2H7

Absurd and visceral combinations of materials, objects, and spaces characterize Jasmine Reimer’s newest body of work. Of, In or Under is an immersive space consisting of approximately 150 green objects, sculptures, materials, forms and entities. It’s is a universe, a cosmos that is simultaneously exterior and interior, natural and artificial, human and non-human, primordial and contemporary.

Ruthia Pak Regis
Interior Religion

Thusday, October 25 - Wednesday, November 21, 2018 Opening Reception Saturday November 3 at 1PM

Heliconian Club
35 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, ON M5R 2E3

These paintings are a continuing exploration into shapes of shadow, light and line. She takes pleasure in the textures and colours that emerge from abstracting elements of a landscape. For Ruthia, relationships between the visual elements on the canvas echo rhythms in her spirit. The paintings reference various landscapes in Canada, Scotland and Italy.

Maria Saracino
DIMENSIONS 2018

Friday, October 12 - Sunday, October 14, 2018 Date of reception: Friday, October 12 at 6PM

Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park
1525 Princess Patricia Way Ottawa, ON K1S 5J3

A collection of over 100 sculptures by artist members of the National Capital Network of Sculptors. From stone and wood sculptures to glass and clay. Free admission. Free workshop on Saturday, October 13th from 2 to 4pm - learn how to sculpt and carve a stone pendant with master stone carver Patrick Imai. In addition to the main exhibit there is also a boutique gift shop where part of the proceeds support the Boys and girls Club of Ottawa. www.sculptureottawa.ca

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.

Mirian Wihak
Marking Time
Saturday, October 13 - Sunday, November 4, 2018
Opening: Saturday, October 13 at 2pm

Loop gallery
1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1X8 

‘Marking Time,’ is an interdisciplinary exhibition of work by Marian Wihak. Marking Time continues the artist’s interest in creating situations that vacillate between the haptic and the evocative, driven by overarching notions of connectivity, duration, and the vicissitudes inherent within the evolutionary process. Wihak conjures metaphorical and suggestive narratives that reflect on the various ways time inscribes itself upon our world and also, how we, in turn, fit into the vast trajectory of existence.

Yael Brotman
The Wormwood Series
Saturday, October 13 - Sunday, November 4, 2018
Opening: Saturday, October 13 at 2pm

Loop gallery
1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON M6J 1X8 

Yael Brotman’s latest exhibition ‘The Wormwood Series’, examines the push and pull of creation and destruction — and the curious forms of agency humans possess within that cycle. In Brotman’s own words: “The concept of the worm as metaphor for human presence in the world is one I have been playing with recently. The yin-yang capacity of worms for health or destruction is similar to the highs and lows of human action.”


Michelle MacKinnon
A Rendering of the Once Familiar

Thursday, September 27 - Saturday, November 3, 2018
Opening: Thursday, September 27 AT 6PM

Alison Milne Gallery
134 Osler Street, Suite 3
Toronto, ON M6N 2Y8

MacKinnon’s practice dwells on the (un)familiarities of transience; not being without a home, but when the traditional idea of home is suddenly dismantled. She explores how one can be comforted by people and objects beyond spatial boundaries in attempt to (re)familiarize herself with what was, or still could be, home.

Adrienne Scott
Magpie Landscapes

Thursday, September 13 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Vernissage: Thursday, September 13 at 5PM

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

Influenced by natural history and painting, this exhibition of prints focuses on a collection of objects and fragments taken from both urban and rural spaces, and then recorded in illusory, scanned images. The images in Magpie Landscapes reference landscape and its materials, while abstracting typical perceptions of space, scale, gesture, and the life of objects.


Stephanie Vegh
Echoing Shore
April 7 – September 23, 2018
Opening Reception: April 6, 7PM

Art Gallery of Hamilton
123 King Street West
Hamilton, ON
L8P 4S8

Hamilton-based artist Stephanie Vegh was invited to explore the Gallery’s historic and modern holdings and envisaged aesthetic and thematic links between three seemingly disparate artworks: Edmund Kanoldt, Sappho on the Cliff of Leucadia (1879); Paul Nash, Monster Shore (1939); and Aline Myles Banting, Self Portrait (c.1932). Shown in situ with new drawings by Vegh, the collection artworks will be imbued with new meaning – and set on a narrative trajectory to reflect the ecological uncertainty of our present time.

Charmaine Lurch
Settling in Place

Saturday, June 30 - Sunday, October 28, 2018
Thursday, July 5 at 7PM

Maclaren Art Centre
37 Mulcaster Street
Barrie, ON L4M 3M2

Settling in Place features the work of contemporary artists, Aylan Couchie, Martha Griffith, Charmaine Lurch. Guest Curator: Andrea Fatona. These works are concerned with excavating and making visible material reminders of diverse and contested histories of place, settlement and community-making within Ontario.

Teri Donovan
Dreams and Realities

Wednesday, September 12 - Thursday, October 18, 2018

Old Town Hall
76 Main Street South
Waterford, ON N0E 1Y0

The exhibition comprises works from a series of mixed media paintings on Mylar along with mixed media paintings wood panels.

The Mylar paintings address competing and contradictory aspects of female identity via the central image of a red skirt that acts as a metonym for femaleness.

The paintings on wood panels also focus on female identity. In them, wallpaper imagery interferes with figures to symbolize the co-mingling of the past and present in the formation of selfhood and identity.

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.

Hilary Porado
Sightseeing with Hilary Porado

Monday, September 17 - Friday, October 19, 2018
Light Refreshments and talk: Monday, September 17 at 2PM

Swansea Town Hall
95 Lavinia Avenue
Toronto, ON M6S 3H9

A Great Figure in history, Sir Abdu'l-Baha, (1844-1921) is remembered when painter Hilary Porado stands in a pine grove in High Park. As a girl, Mrs. Porado visited a pine grove in Maine and another in the Galilee where Abdu'l Baha had been. The pines above Grenadier Pond remind her of it. She paints them every year. Sightseeing with Hilary Porado will feature one of those paintings, Cherry Blossoms and Pine Trees.

Lois Schklar
Fibreworks 2018

Friday, September 21, 2018 - Sunday, Noevember 4th, 2018 Date of Reception: Friday, September 21, at 7PM

Cambridge Art Gallery Idea/Exchange
1 North Square
Cambridge, Ontario N1S 2K6

My work, "Timeline 2" will be exhibited along with 16 other artists in the Fibreworks 2018 exhibition

Tracy Lawko
Small Things Matter

Thursday, October 18 - Sunday, November 4, 2018
Meet the Artist - Thursday, October 18, 1-4 PM

David Kaye Gallery
1092 Queen St. W. (entrance on Dovercourt)
Toronto, ON M6J 1H9

This collection of nature studies pays homage to the pollinating insects I see in my garden and in the fields around my studio in the Niagara Escarpment. Carefully drawn in thread, they invite the viewer to consider the importance of these small creatures to our survival.

Enriched Bread Artists presents:
951 Gladstone Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 3E5

IMPACT - Enriched Bread Artists 26th Annual Open Studio
Thursday, October 18 - Sunday, October 28, 2018
Vernissage  on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6PM

The Enriched Bread Artists is a non-profit artist-run visual arts cooperative. Housed in its historic Gladstone Avenue location, the former Standard Bread Company building, EBA has brought contemporary art activity to a local, national, and international audience throughout its 26 years. Our Annual Open Studio offers an opportunity for the community at large to engage with our members, explore their critical research, and to enjoy the creative environment of our 1920’s era building. Visit www.enrichedbreadartists.com for more information.

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.

Karen Bailey
Rectory Open Studios

Thursday, October 11, 2018 Vernissage at 6PM

Rectory Art House
179 Murray Street
Ottawa, ON K1N5M7

Themes of service and community inform my work. As a visual storyteller, my narratives trigger memories through depictions of familiar scenes: common place subjects engaged in every day rituals. These subjects are often behind-the-scenes workers or under-recognized members of society.

Pamela Ravek
DIGITAL DEATHS

Saturday, September 15 - Monday, October 15 2018

Central Gallery
Ein Hod Artist’s Village Main Street
Ein Hod, Haifa region 3089000
Israel

Pain exists in the crevices and secret places of my mind. The painful thorns of brutal suffering endured by my child. Tortures experienced by my parents in law. And yet. “Our freedom, peace, and joy in the present moment is the most important thing we have,“ says Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist Thich Nhát Hanh. “The practice of peace and reconciliation is one of the most vital and artistic of human actions.“ ...and the miracle of being truly alive.

Oded Ravek
DIGITAL DEATHS

Saturday, September 15 - Monday, October 15 2018

Central Gallery
Ein Hod Artist’s Village Main Street
Ein Hod, Haifa region 3089000
Israel

Darkness and light fuel my childhood memories. My parents are Holocaust Survivors. 

Mala’s is a story I’d never known before. And yet I thought that I’d heard all of the stories from my Mom about her Survival of Auschwitz Birkenau.

 Broken and tortured, Mala died in my mother’s arms after her heroic escape from Birkenau with the love of her life, Edek Galinski. Mala’s final act was one of defiance and triumph in the face of the epitome of evil.

Sandra Hawkins
Open House - What's The Weather?

Friday, September 28 2018 Open House 6PM

Gardener's House Artists Studios
104 Greenview Ave. Brittania Beach
Ottawa, ON Ottawa

I’m pleased to participate in the City of Ottawa's Culture Days by opening my Artist Studio to the public Fri Sept 28, 2018, 6-9 pm. I will be present to discuss my most recent investigations in painting and installation on the contemporary issues of navigating shifts in place identity in the Anthropocene. We are five accomplished artists working in sculpture, painting, encaustic and other media: Melanie Myers, Amelia Schembri, Sandra Hawkins, Louis Denes, Adèle Gauthier

What's The Weather?
Monday, October 22 - Friday, November 16 2018 Reception on Friday, November 9 at 4PM

ASP Gallery
35 Stafford Rd. Bells Corners
Ottawa, ON K2H 9V8

This is a solo exhibition on themes of unpredictable weather impacting shifts in place identity. Many years of work and travel in the Canadian Arctic Circle, and soon the international waters of the Svalbard Archipelago, part of Norway, influence Sandra Hawkins’ art. Her activism on climate issues date back to the mid 1970's completing her Masters in Environmental Studies at York University Toronto.

Spectrum
Monday, September 17 - Wednesday 17, 2018 Reception on Friday, November 9 at 4PM

Annexe Commercial Gallery, Ottawa Art Gallery
50 Mackenzie King Bridge
Ottawa, ON K1N 0C5

I'm pleased to announce that my paintings, "As He Slept" acrylic 48" x 36 " and Currents acrylic 48" x 36 ", will be included in this group exhibition. The new Ottawa Art Gallery's Annexe Commercial Gallery was formerly Art Rental and Sale. To peruse on line go to this link. https://shop.oaggao.ca/collections/art-rental-and-sales

Mary Karavos
Stratford Studio Tour

September 22 & 23 10 AM - 5 PM

30 York Road
Stratford, ON

Guelph Studio Tour
October 13 & 14 Saturday 10AM - 6PM Sunday 11AM - 5PM

105 Wyndham St. North 2nd Floor
Guelph, ON

One of a Kind Chirstmas Show & Sale
November 22 - December 2 2018

Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place 100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto

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 - Sunday, January, 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.

Carolina Reis
La troisième langue / The Third Tongue

Saturday, October 6 - Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Screening and Opening: Saturday, October 6 at 4PM.

Le Labo
401 Richmond St. W. Studio 277 Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8

"La troisième langue/The Third Tongue" est un événement en arts médiatiques qui commencera par une projection de films, suivi d’une exposition et se concluera par une table ronde autour du sujet de la troisième langue en décembre. -- "La troisième langue/The Third Tongue" is a media arts event that will start with a screening of short films, followed by an exhibition and that will be concluded with a panel discussion about the topic of the third tongue in December. lelabo.ca

Ed Pien 
Shadowed Land 

September 21 - November 18, 2018

Thames Art Gallery
74 William Street North
Chatham,  ON, N7M 4L4

Shadowed Land features installation and video work in which Pien explores notions of sense memory and the irrepresentability of traumatic histories and loss. Incorporating photography, video, sound, light and kinetic installations, this body of work has grown out of Pien's interest in concepts of disappearance and haunting, and probes ideas of being implicated, bearing witness, loss, mourning, resilience, and empathy.

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