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Friday, October 6th, 2017 (events found - 9)

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final day of exhibition
The Sculptors Society of Canada is pleased to present: Budding Water. Solo exhibition by Cesar Forero. Exploring the contamination of world-wide water systems ... more
The Sculptors Society of Canada is pleased to present: Budding Water. Solo exhibition by Cesar Forero. Exploring the contamination of world-wide water systems.
Opening reception / special performance Sat 16 Sep, 2:30pm: art performance: Cesar Forero, Brenna Mosser, Pam Patel (vocals), Amanta Scott (percussion); music: Steven Whalley; choreography: Cesar Forero, Alison Parle, Marcella Bogie.
Canadian Sculpture Centre (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-9pm; artist remarks 7pm (RSVP by 5 Oct to barbara@becontemporary.com)
Medrie MacPhee. Playing with textile and clothing materials, MacPhee creates abstract and architectural paintings. MacPhee's numerous awards include Anonymous Was a Woman (2016), American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Prize (2015), and a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts (2009). Her work is in various public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal ... more
Medrie MacPhee. Playing with textile and clothing materials, MacPhee creates abstract and architectural paintings. MacPhee's numerous awards include Anonymous Was a Woman (2016), American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Prize (2015), and a Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts (2009). Her work is in various public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal.
Barbara Edwards Contemporary (T.O. Central)
final day of exhibition
Mystical Journeys – acrylic, Dara Aram. "I depict how nature and the human form are inseparable – abstract landscapes with human figures" ... more
Mystical Journeys – acrylic, Dara Aram. "I depict how nature and the human form are inseparable – abstract landscapes with human figures."
Cedar Ridge Gallery (T.O. Greater)
final day of exhibition
Luminosity. The ColourShift Abstract Art Collective is a group of [...] abstract painters, who seek to convey through colour, a sense of magic and luminosity. Thin impasto blocks of pigment scraped onto the canvas tell a sort of visual narrative. www.colourshiftcollective.ca ... more
Luminosity. The ColourShift Abstract Art Collective is a group of artists committed to interpreting the world around them and imagining it in new and different ways. As abstract painters, they seek to convey through colour, a sense of magic and luminosity. Thin impasto blocks of pigment scraped onto the canvas tell a sort of visual narrative. www.colourshiftcollective.ca.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
final day of exhibition
The Forest and the Tree – Brenda Sturino. Nature is an integral part of Sturino's life, especially her neverending love of the "tree". Printmaking has allowed her many variations using an array of techniques to explore, experience and discover ... more
The Forest and the Tree features artwork by Brenda Sturino. Nature is an integral part of Sturino's life, especially her neverending love of the "tree". Printmaking has allowed her many variations using an array of techniques to explore, experience and discover. This exhibition reflects the beauty, character and diversity of this image recurring in her art.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
first day
Catherine Weir & Elizabeth McQueen: Heaven & Earth, ceramics & painting ... more
Catherine Weir & Elizabeth McQueen: Heaven & Earth, ceramics & painting.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
first day
Ralph Heather: Sanctuary, prints ... more
Ralph Heather: Sanctuary, prints.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
reception 6-7:30pm
Simplicity. A Photography exhibition by Carolina Rojas ... more
Simplicity. A Photography exhibition by Carolina Rojas.
Kingston Arts Council | Unit 115 (Ontario East)
first day (see Oct 19 for talk)
The Kingston Prize 2017: Canada's Portrait Competition.
The jury for the competition has selected thirty finalists from 434 artists' submissions from across Canada. This exhibition offers visitors a look at the celebration of lives of contemporary Canadians based on the art of portraiture by Canadian artists.
The exhibition moves from Gananoque to the Peel Art Gallery, Brampton, Ontario, opening Nov 4, 2017, and continuing to Jan 7, 2018; then to Artport, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1-Apr 22, 2018.
The winner of the $20,000 prize, presented by the Haynes Connell Foundation, will be announced in Brampton Sat 4 Nov 2017.
For more information visit www.kingstonprize.ca.
The thirty finalists are Peter Adams (Creemore ON), Phil Atwood (Toronto ON), James Bentley (Île-Perrot QC), Nicholas Bierk (Toronto ON), Keith Boa (Toronto ON), Brian Burke (Murray Harbour PEI), Michael Carlyle (Windsor ON), Sally Clark (Vancouver BC), Joe Coffey (Victoria BC), Christine Cousineau (Hudson QC), Christienne Cuevas (Kitchener ON), Shaun Downey (Toronto ON), Brian Grison (Victoria BC), Ale Groen (Richmond Hill ON), Janine Hall (Calgary AB), Zoë Hartwick (Vancouver BC), Daniel Hughes (Kingston ON), Phil Irish (Elora ON), Kit King (Curran ON), Jacques Leveille (Outremont QC), John McDonald (Petty Harbour, Maddox Cove NL), Keita Morimoto (Etobicoke ON ), Sylvain Nadeau (Drummondville QC), Kae Sasaki (Winnipeg MB), Yaël Schechter-Lafleur (Kingston ON), Ian Shatilla (Montreal QC), Jane Tarini (Edmonton AB), Helena Vallée-Dallaire (Val-Morin QC), Dori Vanderheyden (Toronto ON), Leslie Watts (Stratford ON) ... more
The Kingston Prize 2017: Canada's Portrait Competition.
The jury for the competition has selected thirty finalists from 434 artists' submissions from across Canada. This exhibition offers visitors a look at the celebration of lives of contemporary Canadians based on the art of portraiture by Canadian artists.
The exhibition moves from Gananoque to the Peel Art Gallery, Brampton, Ontario, opening Nov 4, 2017, and continuing to Jan 7, 2018; then to Artport, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Feb 1-Apr 22, 2018.
The winner of the $20,000 prize, presented by the Haynes Connell Foundation, will be announced in Brampton Sat 4 Nov 2017.
The thirty finalists are Peter Adams (Creemore ON), Phil Atwood (Toronto ON), James Bentley (Île-Perrot QC), Nicholas Bierk (Toronto ON), Keith Boa (Toronto ON), Brian Burke (Murray Harbour PEI), Michael Carlyle (Windsor ON), Sally Clark (Vancouver BC), Joe Coffey (Victoria BC), Christine Cousineau (Hudson QC), Christienne Cuevas (Kitchener ON), Shaun Downey (Toronto ON), Brian Grison (Victoria BC), Ale Groen (Richmond Hill ON), Janine Hall (Calgary AB), Zoë Hartwick (Vancouver BC), Daniel Hughes (Kingston ON), Phil Irish (Elora ON), Kit King (Curran ON), Jacques Leveille (Outremont QC), John McDonald (Petty Harbour, Maddox Cove NL), Keita Morimoto (Etobicoke ON ), Sylvain Nadeau (Drummondville QC), Kae Sasaki (Winnipeg MB), Yaël Schechter-Lafleur (Kingston ON), Ian Shatilla (Montreal QC), Jane Tarini (Edmonton AB), Helena Vallée-Dallaire (Val-Morin QC), Dori Vanderheyden (Toronto ON), Leslie Watts (Stratford ON).
For more information visit www.kingstonprize.ca.
The Kingston Prize / Le Prix Kingston 2017 (Ontario East)