No Small Terror: Edward Burtynsky
July 22 to October 10, 2021
Please note that exhibition dates are dependent on Ontario’s Reopening Steps and are subject to change.
Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Edward Burtynsky is one of Canada’s most internationally recognized artists. He is a photographer and filmmaker whose imagery is often compared to historical European landscape painting. His unconventional but quintessentially 21st century views of nature and industry have also been described as “exquisite pictures of ugliness.”
Read Centred’s article on this exhibition: https://centred.ca/no-small-terror-edward-burtynsk/
September 11 to October 9, 2021
Cathy Horvath Buchanan
Jane Atkinson White
Alice Price Vermeulen
The St. Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre is pleased to present, Collective Chemistry, a group exhibition featuring four local artists working with various media such as painting and collage. Focusing on their most recent works, the exhibition runs from September 11 to October 9, 2021 and will explore the relationship between the forms, themes, and techniques of this diverse range of contemporary artists.
This is your last chance to see the current exhibition “Land and See,” with Linda Wiebe, Morag Webster and Kim Wilkie. The Garage Gallery Season is coming to a close on Thursday September 30th.
Our Seasonal hours of operation are:
Thursdays – Sundays, 12p.m. – 5p.m.
For those who will be visiting, please note that the gallery is only accessible by a set of stairs.
It is best to see the artwork in person, but if you cannot make it to our exhibit you can view all the Artist Statements, Artwork, Biographies & Curriculum Vitae plus a short video online at kdwfineart.com/events
The Garage Gallery Benmiller looks forward to seeing you again for our 2022 Season.
Kim Wilkie is currently exhibiting at Earls Court Gallery, Hamilton through to October 9th 2021.
Quinn Smallboy: String Theory
July 31, 2021 – September 26, 2021
The artist Quinn Smallboy uses string and rope to examine Indigenous cultural objects, identity, and worldview. For Smallboy, string functions as an aesthetic object and marker of negative space that prompts us to experience our surroundings in novel ways. Yet string also holds a close relationship to memory; it is a symbol or metaphor that helps us piece together abstract points in space and time that thread together the past.
A Harlem Nocturne: Deanna Bowen
September 3 – November 7, 2021
Deanna Bowen’s artistic practice concerns itself with histories of Black experience in Canada and the US. Her focus is the “dark matter” in our midst: figures and events that have remained below the threshold of visibility not because they are impossible to find but because their existence reveals a systematized racism difficult for the majority culture to acknowledge. Bowen reactivates historic material sourced fromoverlooked archives through a process of extraction, translation and enlargement, and then reinserts this material into public consciousness in a new form.
The Woodstock Art Gallery will reopen to the public on August 3, 2021. For more information regarding city services, please visit www.cityofwoodstock.ca/covid-19.
Exhibition Run: August 3, 2021 – January 22, 2022
Curators: Mary Reid, Director/Curator, Julia de Kwant, Curatorial/Collections Assistant, and Nell Wheal, Head of Collections
This exhibition features artwork from the Woodstock Art Gallery’s permanent collection selected by members of the community along with volunteers, staff and board members. This project was started at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and has evolved into a celebration of art as a source of connection and community.
Sponsored by Kingsmen Group Inc.
Masks are mandatory in all public spaces in the City of Sarnia. You must be wearing a mask for the duration of your visit to the Gallery
Focus Finder Susan Dobson
Present – January 30, 2022
Anchoring the Focus Finder exhibition is an immersive video installation presented in unison with a series of photographs of Lake Huron….