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Bloom / Flourish / Grow

Bloom / Flourish / Grow

Appreciated by most for their colours and fragrance, flowers are more than just sight and smell. They capture your attention and surprise you with their splendor. Flowers can represent different emotions and feelings, like comfort, love and joy. We crave the beauty of flowers, whether subtle or an explosion of shape and colour. Please join Isabelle Rivest, Danielle Pare, Kate Ryckman and Pat Carbonneau as they study the beauty and diversity of flowers.  On display May 12th - June 5th, 2022 Vernissage Sunday, May 15th 2-4 pm. 

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Canadian Beauty

Canadian Beauty

Canadian Beauty highlights the vibrant and varied landscape of our country, as depicted by Sara Alex Mullen, Katherine Muir Miller, Michelle Reid, Julie Burke, Grant Morden and Erin Thibault. From glistening snow, to lakeside views, deep forest, and rocky shores, each piece hones in on the unique and natural beauty of Canada. On display from March 4th to 27th.

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Inner Workings

Inner Workings

Our current exhibition, Inner Workings, features artwork by 6 gallery artists; Leah Hicks, Guiseppe Martino, Karen Goetzinger, Marianne Nielsen, Alexandra Urosevic and Viviane Bergevin. An exploration of pure abstraction, each artist uniquely uses colour, form and movement as a personal expression. Some explore emotions, some their daily experiences and thoughts, and others focus on structure and design. While the artist may have a personal intention that they’ve explored or expressed onto canvas, as the genre is non-objective, the viewer may bring to it their own imagination and ideas.  On display January 28th to February 19th.

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Visible Mending by Karen Goetzinger

Visible Mending by Karen Goetzinger

Visible Mending is an exhibition of gestural abstraction paintings that expressively and exuberantly capture the emotional response of frequently overlooked, modest moments in our daily lives. Moments that illuminate our humanity and our longing to connect with each other. Finding beauty in imperfection is a trend quickly gaining momentum. It manifests itself in a renewed interest in kintsugi, the Japanese ancient art of repairing broken ceramic and porcelain objects with gold, the densely layered and stitched patchwork called boro, and the desire to mend contemporary clothing rather than throwing it away and buying new. All are methods of visible mending,...

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New Collection by Michelle Reid

New Collection by Michelle Reid

"There's nothing like getting lost in the woods to find your center. With the additional stressors that we deal with these days I find it essential to meditate through walking in nature and harnessing the hope I find through my painting practice.  Always searching for the light." Michelle Reid is a Resident Studio Artist at Kingston's Centre for Creativity and Learning. Her oil paintings are a contemporary approach to post-impressionism that will spark emotional memories of catching the perfect light in familiar places. She deconstructs a scene into bold and confident brushstrokes grounded in the drama between light, shadow and saturated colours that shine...

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