Dale Smith Gallery is pleased to present "The Return of the Beothuk," an exhibition of recent paintings by Nova Scotia artist Jonathan Howse (pictured, First Europeans). In "The Return of the Beothuk," Jonathan combines stories and images of the Beothuk, his own family history, and issues faced by Newfoundlanders today to explore how the lessons of the past may provide solutions for the future. Please contact the gallery for more information or images of exhibition work.
July 9 - August 1 | Vernissage: Friday, July 9, 7- 10 PM | 137 Beechwood Ave.
One Night Only Exhibit
New Pastel & Watercolour on Paper
Friday July 9, 2010 / 7-10 pm
La Petite Mort Gallery | 306 Cumberland Street
Galerie McKenzie Marcotte at 26 Sully Rd. in Wakefield Quebec is pleased to present “Attitudes and Expressions,” an exhibition of wood fired sculpture by Raymond Warren. The vernissage will take place on Friday July 9 at 7 pm. The exhibition continues until August 3, 2010.
Visit arts&architecture to see our next show, "Up Against the Wall in Wheeltown," a photo essay of urban dynamics in the city of Vancouver by photographer, Noel Bullock. Join us for the vernissage Friday, July 9th from 7 – 9 pm for snacks, refreshments and to meet the photographer. The exhibit will be on display from July 7 – 25, 2010. 1181 Bank Street
Wurm Gallery | Invisible Cinema presents:
Divided We Fall – New paintings by Carolyn Frank
One Month Exhibit
July 9TH – August 11TH, 2010
Opening Night: Friday July 9TH, 2010 8pm
319 Lisgar St.
Edgy comedy tackles disability, love and socks!
Veteran disabled actor/comedian Alan Shain hits Ottawa with his new, intimate and sometimes gritty solo show Time to Put My Socks On at the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre Studio, July 8-10, 8 p.m., $15/13 students/seniors/artists/unwaged; $12 Saturday matinee at 3 p.m. and a July 7 preview PWYC at 8 p.m.1233 Wellington St. W. (at Holland)
Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle presents, from July 10 to August 17 2010, an in situ installation by José Luis Torres, titled Géographie informelle (Informal Geography). The work showcases a precarious space configuration which traces the accidental outlines of a spontaneous landscape, as mentioned by the artist. A symbol of a territory playing the role of sanctuary, but seemingly cut off from the exterior world, the installation invites the viewer to an experience both physical and intellectual, through diversified relations of proportions and scales. Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of the exhibition on Saturday, July 10, at 1 p.m. The Centre is located at 81 Beechwood Avenue, in Vanier, and is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.
The Ottawa West Arts Association presents “Make a Splash.”
Take the plunge and be amazed by the artwork from local artists during this stunning exhibition.
The owaa gallery
Goulbourn Recreation Complex
1500 Shea Road, Stittsville.
Monday to Friday 6:30 am - 10 pm Saturday and Sunday 7 am - 9 pm.
From July 10th to September 11th, 2010
PANTIES AND BOOKS
JULY 10 2010
GALLERY 101, 301 1/2, Bank Street, Unit 1, Ottawa ON K2P 1X7
Gallery 101 will be holding an art book exchange and sale (other interesting books are also welcome) on Saturday, July 10 2010. Bring in old and unused books and exchange them for new(er) ones! Or sell them! It will be a good time see Cindy Baker's All Things to All Men (and Women). Come one, come all!
Pre registration to sell books for a fabulous free table spot!
Call 613.230.2799 or email at
We are open from 10AM to 5PM.
Any time at all!
Tay Gallery Kanata presents an informal summer art show -- figurative, landscape, abstract and still life with exciting new additions throughout the summer. Starts July 6 and runs to August 30, 2010. Tay Gallery Kanata is located at 471 Hazeldean Rd. at Castlefrank Rd.
NEW WORK AT THE MUD OVEN
June 29 - August 8 | 1065 Bank St
Ceramic mosaic on wood celebrating colour, texture and nostalgia.
La Petite Mort Gallery Presents:
THE BROTHERS RUHLAND: HERMAN & FRITS
MIXED MEDIA & MAGICAL WONDERS FROM THE WOODS
July 2 - 31, 2010 | 306 Cumberland Street
A Coast to Coast Group Show
3 - 31 July 2010 | 238 Dalhousie Street
Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orléans (Lower Level)
Trinity Art Gallery
Elaine Quehl: Shades of Light
Elaine’s interpretation of foliage, trees, and flowers makes use of contrasts in light and shadow to draw the drama of the natural world to the viewer’s eye. Nature serves as a metaphor for her inner world and for the human condition.
July 2-27, 2010
Out of the Box Fibre Arts Group: Out of the Box
Artists passionate about working in the medium of fibre share their innovative and thought-provoking art. The exhibition includes exciting and unusual art quilts, hand and machine embroidery, felted works and mixed media textile art.
July 2-27, 2010
Art of Life by Arteast Members
Until July 27, 2010
Dust Evans Gallery (Gloucester Pottery School Exhibition Space)
Recent works by Carolynne Pynn-Trudeau.
Galerie Old Chelsea is pleased to invite you to an exhibition "Rhythm and Light" by Joanne Beaubien and Norm Goddard.
25 June to 14 July 2010 | 10 Chemin Scott, Chelsea
Pop Shop: Paintings by Benjamin Rodger
Exhibition @ Orange Art Gallery
June 23 – July 18, 2010 | 233 Armstrong Street
The Centre d’exposition L’Imagier is pleased to invite you to its summer collective exhibition Atmosphere, which will run from June 27 to August 29, 2010. This year, L’Imagier will bring together some twenty artists for its summer exhibition on the theme of Atmosphere. The invited artists will sensitively probe natural, social and emotional space. Atmosphere is what flows from living things, urban places, nature, and conceptualized and imaginary spaces. The theme is explored through paintings, sculptures, installations and site-specific works that fill the gallery space and the gardens around L’Imagier. | 9, rue Front, Gatineau
136 St. Patrick Street, Ottawa
Anna Frlan, "Kitchen Anatomy"
June 25 to August 29, 2010
Kitchen Anatomy is an investigation into the form, function, and origins of the contemporary kitchen, site of the domestic sciences of food preparation and presentation. Kitchen furniture and appliances are recreated in plasma-cut sheet steel, patterned with symbols to reveal the underlying meanings inherent in these objects. Industrial steel is reclaimed as a material for creating sculpture, and is transformed into light and delicate forms in the process.
BYTOWN MUSEUM WELCOMES ITS FIRST ARTIST IN RESIDNECE: MONIQUE MARTIN
Exhibition Title: Love Locks
Artist: Monique Martin
Location: Bytown Museum, 1 Canal Lane
Date: June 22 to Colonel By Day (Aug 2)
PLACE TO PLACE: New Works by Andy Borehol.
A presentation of works produced during the past two years of the artist's residence in Waterloo, Ontario. Trio in Ottawa, Ontario's Westboro neighbourhood. This exhibition will run through the summer until the 13th of September, 2010.
GALLERY 101 PROUDLY PRESENTS
All Things to All Men (and Women)
June 5 to July 17, 2010
301 1/2, rue Bank Street, Unit 1
Now until July 31st Project Window hosts SWARM, an image based installation by local artist Peter Trepanier. SWARM challenges our notion of the monarchy using newspaper clippings and cutouts and the window as a platform to analyze our relationship with the British monarchy, the Queen and how they are presented and depicted to the public. Project Window is an independent art space located @ 185 Somerset Street West.