A slight departure from her classic Canadian landscapes, Sara Alex Mullen's new collection of work explores her beloved Ottawa neighbourhood of New Edinburgh. Sara's paintings take a closer look at urban living, while highlighting the nature all around us. Please join us Friday, May 12th from 6-9pm for the opening reception.
Nostalgia by Lisa Mace. A collection of playful and whimsical paintings that evoke a nostalgic feeling. Lisa's work touches on the familiar; suburban homes, mature trees, tire swings and playful flowers. Her subject matter combined with her aesthetic of defined lines and bright colours, is nothing short of wistful.
On display for the month of April. Please join us Thursday, April 6th for opening night from 6-9pm. Enjoy a glass of wine and meet the artist. We hope to see you there!
Artist Eryn O’Neill is always searching for new ways to interpret her environment, these paintings show her in-depth visual analysis of Ottawa. Through the use of photos taken around the city, Eryn transforms the images into paintings depicting Ottawa. Through a personal interpretation, the images range from the skyline of the city to the War Museum roof and even a construction site crane. Through various perspectives, Eryn invites the viewer to see their own city though a fresh lens, so to speak.
Ottawa: An Urban Perspective will be on display for the month of March.
Mixed Emotions, on display for the month of February. Opening night Thursday, February 9th from 6-9pm. Join us for Viviane Bergevin's first solo exhibit, a vibrant collection of abstract artwork, exploring contrasting emotions and the constant pursuit for balance. Viviane's newest collection examines paradoxical emotions coming to life in a vibrant expression of art.
Join us Thursday, December 8th from 6-9pm to celebrate the holiday season! Enjoy a drink, mingle with friends and get great gift ideas. SMALLS on display now until December 23rd, featuring small, affordable work, perfect for the holiday season. Original artwork by Lisa Mace, Hanna MacNaughtan, Soraya Silvestri, David Casey and more. Prices starting at just $100.
Smalls - An exhibit of small work by various artists, including Lisa Mace, Mary McIninch, Hanna MacNaughtan, Karen Wynne MacKay, Soraya Silvestri, David Casey and Gabriel Forrester. On display for the months of November and December.
Please join us Friday, October 7th from 6-9pm to celebrate the opening night of Falling into Fall, by David Casey and Sara Alex Mullen. Take in David and Sara's new collection of work exploring the changing season upon us. Falling into Fall will be on display for the whole month of October.
Thrilled to be one of four galleries on tonights Art and Craft Crawl — Craft Whiskey that is! If you are looking for something fun to do tonight (Saturday, September 17th) be sure to check it out. Tickets at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/arts-and-craft-crawl-whiskey-edition-tickets-26900290493?aff=es2
A collaborative show by local artists Mary Pfaff and Jennifer Anne Kelly. Out of the Blue explores the tension of the unpredictability of life and destiny in following ones true path.
"Many of us feel a powerful tension in the unpredictability of life. Serenity emerges in our ability to release control of our future course, and allow our destiny to follow an organic path of curves and turns filled with surprises both happy and sad. Letting go of any sense of control, and taking each step with a kind spirit and a thoughtful intent, can open our mind and eyes for the journey. A wide and spectacular sky, a reflective river, one fallen feather—these are given to us as a mysterious magic or an offer of answers. These moments of connectedness and gifts of talismans appear out of the blue, carrying messages that we cannot control or predict. And this is when we feel the contented sensation of freedom and safety."- Jennifer Anne Kelly
On display through the month of August. Opening Party Thursday, August 4th from 6-9pm at 169 Preston Street.
Lots going on this week, including Soraya Silvestri's Solo Show, Summertime Blues, here at the gallery. On display now until July 30th.