Society of Canadian Artists International 53rd Open Juried Exhibition
July 26 to September 30
website opens July 26 https://societyofcanadianartists.com/exhibition-galleries
I am honoured to have these two paintings juried into the Society of Canadian Artists 53rd International Open Juried Exhibition. Normally, this show would be hung in Toronto at Papermill Gallery, but due to COVID restrictions, it will be online this year.
20-19 Big Rideau Lake, Noble Bay. 18 x 24. $825
Window Art Gallery
Victoria at Princess St. | Kingston, Ontario
July 6 - 29
Monday & Tuesday 9 a.m. – noon
Wednesday & Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday noon – 4 p.m.
4th Annual Juried Art Exhibition & Sale is now hanging at The Kingston School of Art and Window Art Gallery (647 Princess St, Unit 101). All pieces are available for browsing and purchase at our online gallery!
47 artists were chosen to make up the 65 piece Exhibition. Thank you to our tireless and very talented jurors: Su Sheedy, Maureen Sheridan and Christina MacLachlan.
All pieces from the Exhibition are for sale. KSOA's commission will be donated to provide bursaries for our children’s summer camp program.
We still need YOUR help for the final award: VOTE NOW FOR THE 2021 PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD! Voting is now open for this award. Only one entry per person. Voting ends July 29. The exhibition will run until July 29-- plenty of time to view these fantastic works! Thank you for your support!
January 11 to March 8 in the Kidd Davies Art Gallery at 76 Stuart St in Kingston.
Because of COVID restrictions, this show will only be available to people who have appointments at the Kingston General Hospital. Possibly when the restrictions end, it will be more accessible to the general public.
Twenty four large, new works of art - many of the Blakeney Rapids area on the Mississippi River north of Almonte will be hanging for two months in the Kidd Davies Gallery.
February 20 - 23, 2020
The Artist Project - www.theartistproject.com - is a Toronto art show with an excellent reputation that has over 300 artists gathered together in one place. It is an opportunity for me to showcase my work as an independent artist in a professional environment to a new audience of art lovers and collectors. This show also provides me with the incentive to create a new body of larger works in order to bring the experience of Eastern rural Ontario to the urban audience of Toronto.
As an artist, there are few opportunities to create larger works, as we are often caught in painting smaller paintings that sell. It gives me the motivation to spend dedicated time in my studio exploring this objective of painting large. I am working towards painting enhanced colour that strengthens the design and composition to bring the sense of wilderness to the viewer. I continue to aspire to work looser and stronger to convey that sense of wilderness. Painting large will give me this opportunity. And because of the reputation of this show, I will be provided with the incentive to create my most ambitious work to date.
I have a limited number of tickets for opening night as well as the entire weekend. If you would like a ticket, contact me at the end of January.
Thursday February 20 Opening Night Party 7-11pm
Friday February 21 11am - 10pm
Saturday February 22 11am - 8pm
Sunday February 23 11am - 6pm
The Better Living Centre
195 Princes’ Boulevard
Click here for parking and directions.
OPENING NIGHT PARTY
The art party you don't want to miss The launch of Artist Project 2020 is where you want to be! Expect music, drinks, food while you experience an incredible array of artwork, installations and more!
Preview this year's artists by visiting our Artist Directory.
Thursday, February 20
7-11 PM (19+ event)
Better Living Centre
Exhibition Place, Toronto
The LaLande + Doyle exhibition space in the lower lobby area at Shenkman Arts Centre featuring a short-term exhibition from November 23 to December 12.
Directions from downtown: Take HWY-417 E. Keep left to take Regional Road 174 E toward Orléans/Rockland. Take the Place d’Orléans exit. Turn left onto Place d’Orléans Drive. Slight right to stay on Place d’Orléans Drive. Turn left onto Centrum Boulevard. The Shenkman Arts Centre is on the left.
Shenkman Arts Centre
245 Centrum Boulevard
Ottawa, ON K1E 0A1
General inquiries / Guest services:Phone: 613-580-ARTS (2787)