Due to COVID-19 we've had to postpone and reschedule some exhibits. Please check back for updates.
THE UNDAUNTED EYE - 40 Years of Photography
Exhibition Dates:*NEW DATES July 16 - August 16 , 2020.
Reception: Grand Opening Party and The Undaunted Eye Opening March 7, 2020. 4:00pm - late. Artist in attendance.
Photo by: Greg Pacek
STAY TUNED FOR EXHIBIT ANNOUNCEMENT
Exhibition Dates:August 27 - September 27 , 2020.
MARSH SCAPE - NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS
Photography Exhibit - Solo Show
Exhibition Dates: *NEW DATES October 1 – October 31, 2020
Opening: October 3 - 4, 2020, 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Private tours curated by the photographer (aligned with provincial COVID guidelines), attendees to register in advance.
In devastating yet ironically salutary ways, the COVID-19 crisis has thrust nature into our lives like none other. We thought we were in control of our destiny, but we weren’t. Nature attacked with a vengeance. Now we crave nature even more due to lockdowns. We want cleaner air and closer contact with water, solitary woods and marshes. An environmental leader much of his life, Philip Jessup photographs wild landscapes that offer nature-based solutions to climate change. Coastal and inland marshes are among the most valuable—and imperiled—ecosystems on the planet. They soak up and store huge amounts of carbon in their roots and soils and offer a multitude of other benefits, like flood control. By saving them, we can save ourselves. The exhibit covers internationally important Canadian marshes that local governments and environmental organizations have been striving to save and expand—successfully! Jessup’s visually compelling work addresses the tensions between nature and development and has been exhibited across Canada, the U.S., and the U.K., including the V&A Museum in London.
NEW AND INTERESTING
A group CONTACT show produced by Bob Carnie in association with the Dylan Ellis Gallery.
Exhibition Dates: December 2020.
Artists in attendance.
Marlene Hilton Moore
Image by John Lawson
FTW-FOREVER TWO WHEELS
Exhibition Dates: 2021
Artist in attendance.
Deeply immersed in the biker scene, Bryan Helm has documented motorcycle culture through his photography for over 20 years. "FTW-Forever Two Wheels"showcases the images that Bryan has captured over the years, chronicling the unique characters, beautiful motorcycles, stunt riders, racers, and celebrity bike builders he has encountered riding his Harley across the country to bike rallies and vintage races. This exhibition also features a special collaboration with artist Brian Ewing.
Exhibition Dates: SUMMER 2021
Osheen Harruthoonyan is a photographer who merges movement with themes of cultural heritage and renewal. Hand printed on gelatin silver paper, his limited-edition prints bring together images of the micro - the sun, Saturn, mount Ararat - with the micro - specks of dust, tiny organisms - to create a new perspective of the world around us, challenging our perception of familiar sights and landscapes through interweaving themes of hope and wonder into the visual narratives we interact with on a daily basis. Osheen’s work has been featured in numerous international exhibits, collections and publications, most recently at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, the Louvre in Paris, as well as features on Vice!, Bravo! Arts, Space Channel, the CBC's "Exhibitionists" and the Marriott Courtyard Hotel in Los Angeles.