Scenes of forest trails filled with golden sunshine, Michelle Reid’s newest collection takes you on a beautiful walk through nature. In a time where getting outdoors has helped so many ground themselves and unwind, Michelle’s work brings a breath of fresh air with every brustroke. Avaialble online and on display now at the gallery. Book your appointment to visit, request detailed photos, or send us a photo of your space and we’ll superimpose artwork in.
Time: Feb 7, 2021 Location: 422 1/2 Preston Street Ottawa, Ontario Calm & Chaos by Kate Ryckman is a collection of six acrylic paintings on canvas, featuring soft, light, and uplifting florals, representing both the calming beauty and wild nature of flowers and of life. Created during the pandemic, this collection is about carving out time for what uplifts us and for the small moments of beauty in each day. For Kate, a busy mom of four, that meant finding time to prioritize herself, her creativity and a practice that brings her peace. On display now. View work online, by curb-side...
Midnight Garden is a small collection of four paintings by Isabelle Rivest, currently on display at the gallery and available online. Isabelle introduces a new palette than what we have seen from her before, inspired by the moody colours of both winter and night time. This collection includes deep plum, olive green, navy blue and jet black backgrounds featuring energetic and thickly textured florals. Contact for detailed photos and video to better see the texture and finish.
The Gift of Local features a full range of gallery artists and artisans, styles and price points. Whether you’re looking for thoughtful holiday gifts, like handmade candles and jewellery, curated gift sets, or artwork small and large, we have something for everyone. Visit during our regular hours (listed on our Contact Page) or book your private appointment, 7 days a week from 9am-9pm. Video consult and curbside pick-up available.
Coastal Reflections: Perched cliffside, overlooking the Northwest Atlantic are the coastal communities of Newfoundland and Labrador. Stages, sheds and saltbox houses have outlasted a hundred years of inclement weather and fishery closures. Offering a view to the past, coastal reflections takes us to the heart of the Atlantic, to a simpler time. Available online now or view in person November 12th – 26th.