Past Exhibitions

Rocks, Paper, Scissors

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An exhibition of paper-related artworks with I-Chun Jenkins, Anna Jane McIntyre and Maria Moldovan 
September 7 - 27, 2019
Meet the artists Saturday, September 7 from 1-3 p.m.

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Rocks, Paper, Scissors

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An exhibition of paper-related artworks with I-Chun Jenkins, Anna Jane McIntyre and Maria Moldovan 
September 7 - 27, 2019
Meet the artists Saturday, September 7 from 1-3 p.m.

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16th Annual National Jewellery Student Competition

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The 2019 exhibition will be taking place this summer from:

August 17,2019 to September 6,2019

The Exhibition will include the finalists of the 16th Annual National Jewellery Student Competition including: Anja Sucura, Constance Fortin, Lena Binnington, Philippe Crisafi and Marina Kim. 

The finalists were selected from degree-granting institutions across Canada based on technical excellence, ingenuity, and strength of creative vision. Most, if not all of the students will be present for the Opening Vernissage which will take place on August 17th from 2-4 pm. 

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16th Annual National Jewellery Student Competition

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The 2019 exhibition will be taking place this summer from:

August 17,2019 to September 6,2019

The Exhibition will include the finalists of the 16th Annual National Jewellery Student Competition including: Anja Sucura, Constance Fortin, Lena Binnington, Philippe Crisafi and Marina Kim. 

The finalists were selected from degree-granting institutions across Canada based on technical excellence, ingenuity, and strength of creative vision. Most, if not all of the students will be present for the Opening Vernissage which will take place on August 17th from 2-4 pm. 

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Justine Bonnin: Ça commence par un J

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2018 Winner of the 15th annual National Jewellery Student Competition

For her first exhibition, in the continuum of her previous body of work «Étreinte à Manea » which brought her to the forefront of the emergent Canadian contemporary jewellery scene, Justine Bonnin takes us though a presentation, through matter, of a catharsis on a question that is dear to her: 

Justine Bonnin: Ça commence par un J: June 29,2019 - July 11, 2019 

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Justine Bonnin: Ça commence par un J

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2018 Winner of the 15th annual National Jewellery Student Competition

For her first exhibition, in the continuum of her previous body of work «Étreinte à Manea » which brought her to the forefront of the emergent Canadian contemporary jewellery scene, Justine Bonnin takes us though a presentation, through matter, of a catharsis on a question that is dear to her: 

Justine Bonnin: Ça commence par un J: June 29,2019 - July 11, 2019 

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Oeuvres récentes de / Recent Works by Miguel-Angel Berlanga

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Reflections

I consider art as a means to access the mind. It can explore the soul, the self and objects, all at the same time; it presents (or it can present ) an alternate vision of the universe, and prompts us to question our ordinary perception of reality. In this perspective, a work of art does not mean, it "is". According to the Chinese poet Wei k'ing-tche (12th century), "Poetry is an exercise of Awakening". Art carries meaning inasmuch as it feeds the mind of the one that creates it and the one who engages with it by forcing, through observation, a change in his or her habits of perception.

September 27th - October 18th, 2018

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Oeuvres récentes de / Recent Works by Miguel-Angel Berlanga

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Reflections

I consider art as a means to access the mind. It can explore the soul, the self and objects, all at the same time; it presents (or it can present ) an alternate vision of the universe, and prompts us to question our ordinary perception of reality. In this perspective, a work of art does not mean, it "is". According to the Chinese poet Wei k'ing-tche (12th century), "Poetry is an exercise of Awakening". Art carries meaning inasmuch as it feeds the mind of the one that creates it and the one who engages with it by forcing, through observation, a change in his or her habits of perception.

September 27th - October 18th, 2018

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Hands to Birds - Reed Weir

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Hands with Lights are perfectly square. Each panel contains images of birds and hands. Within some the hands and birds become unified with the fingers of the human hand becoming wings. With this series of paintings I have added LED lights within the upper frame. This way the cut line of the plexi subtly becomes drawings of light that flit across the surface of the painting. These paintings while meant to be shown with the lights off have the potential and option to turn the piece into a carnival event. The reflections on the plexi and the changes of composition between the plexi surfaces and the revealed painting change when viewed from various angles creating a sculptural effect.

View the exhibition here 

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Hands to Birds - Reed Weir

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Hands with Lights are perfectly square. Each panel contains images of birds and hands. Within some the hands and birds become unified with the fingers of the human hand becoming wings. With this series of paintings I have added LED lights within the upper frame. This way the cut line of the plexi subtly becomes drawings of light that flit across the surface of the painting. These paintings while meant to be shown with the lights off have the potential and option to turn the piece into a carnival event. The reflections on the plexi and the changes of composition between the plexi surfaces and the revealed painting change when viewed from various angles creating a sculptural effect.

View the exhibition here 

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