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T.O. Downtown
400 Queen Street East, Toronto ON M5A 1T3 (1 block East of Parliament Street in historic Corktown)
Hours: Mon-Fri 12-5, Thur 12-8, Sat 1-5. Closed Sundays & holidays. Private viewings outside business hours may be arranged on request. Please note: Urban Gallery will be closed Thursday evening, Jun 1, as well as Saturday, Jun 3.
T: 647 460 1278
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urbangalleryart1@gmail.com
www.urbangallery.ca
Urban Gallery is a new gallery in historic Corktown, offering a flexible art space to emerging and established artists, on a commission-free basis. The gallery also functions as an event venue, and is an annex of Urban Source Catering ... more
Urban Gallery is a new gallery in historic Corktown, offering a flexible art space to emerging and established artists, on a commission-free basis. The gallery also functions as an event venue, and is an annex of Urban Source Catering.
Jun 8-30, 2017 | opening reception Sat 10 Jun, 2-5pm (RSVP: urbangalleryart1@gmail.com):
Proud Art celebrates Toronto Pride 2017 with the work of four artists in various media including paintings in acrylic on canvas, digital ink and coloured pencil on paper and canvas, to digital prints on canvas and woodblock. [...]. Hank Blondeau, Jeffrey Mason, Eugene Nam, Barbara Zumer ... more
Urban Gallery presents our June 2017 group show: Proud Art celebrates Toronto Pride 2017 with the work of four artists in various media including paintings in acrylic on canvas, digital ink and coloured pencil on paper and canvas, to digital prints on canvas and woodblock. Artists: Hank Blondeau, Jeffrey Mason, Barbara Zumer, Eugene Nam.

Hank Blondeau is a former digital producer reborn as an artist. He teaches part-time at Centennial College and lives and works in Toronto – though his imagination takes him regularly to many other places.
"The world we inhabit is changing so quickly, it is hard to grasp what the lives of the generation before ours went through, never mind what the generations to come will face. Through my work, I explore what these divides mean to us as individuals, our society and to our collective future."

Jeffrey Mason.
U.S. immigrant
A giant and an artist
Drawing mostly cats.

Eugene Nam is an Asian gay man who immigrated to Canada from South Korea 5 years ago. He likes to express his experiences, emotions, and personal philosophy through his work.
"Living in Toronto has been my dream since when I was 16. I feel that Toronto has afforded me a safe space to be who I am and an opportunity to explore both my creative and intellectual sides. I am happy to call Toronto my home. I strive to live my life fearlessly."

Barbara Zumer loves words, creative writing and making a statement. She has worked as a producer in television commercial production for over 20 years both internationally and nationally.
Jul 6-29, 2017 | opening reception Sat 8 Jul, 2-5pm (RSVP: urbangalleryart1@gmail.com):
July 2017 group show celebrating Canada's 150th birthday: O Canada – 17 leading Canadian artists showcase Canada from their unique perspectives. Aisha Chiguichon, Christine Marin, Colin Nun, Erik Chong, Grace Dam, Joan Andal Romano, Karen Silver, Kent Bridges, Kirk Sutherland, Kris Bovenizer, Linda Langerak, Lyndon Wiebe, Manije Sabet Sarvestani, Pauline Langmaid, Ronald Regamey, Stacey Kinder, Victoria General ... more
July 2017 group show celebrating Canada's 150th birthday: O Canada – 17 leading Canadian artists showcase Canada from their unique perspectives. Aisha Chiguichon, Christine Marin, Colin Nun, Erik Chong, Grace Dam, Joan Andal Romano, Karen Silver, Kent Bridges, Kirk Sutherland, Kris Bovenizer, Linda Langerak, Lyndon Wiebe, Manije Sabet Sarvestani, Pauline Langmaid, Ronald Regamey, Stacey Kinder, Victoria General.
(See also Calls for Artists – click here) ... more
(See also Calls for Artists – click here).