La Petite Mort Gallery presents
Five Day Exhibit
New Sculptural Work
MAY 13-19, 2011
Vernissage: Friday May 13, 2011 / 7 - 10pm
The artist will be in attendance from Montreal for the opening.
306 Cumberland Street
Britannia Gallery presents a juried exhibition by Ottawa Mixed Media Artists titled “Alphabet Too”. Meet the artists at a “Coffee Pot” event Saturday May 14, 1-4 pm. Location: 2728 Howe Street. Hours: Tues-Sat 10 am – 4 pm and Sun 1 – 4 pm. 613-721-1559 www.omma.com. Exhibit on from May 2 to May 24. Sunday
On Sunday, May 15 between 13:00 and 15:00, the Philip K. Wood Gallery will host the vernissage of (f)lux, a photographic exhibition featuring the work of four Ottawa-based photographers.
Each pursued different and distinct subject matter: a landscape transformed by suburban development; reflections that temporarily suspend our perception of reality; a boarded-up schoolhouse taking on a new life; and scenes of overlooked or even unseen spaces in and around Ottawa.
These photographs are united, however, by the artists' shared use of light to illustrate change and transformation, to capture dynamic relationships within a static image.
The Philip K. Wood Gallery is located at 7 Mill Street in Almonte, in the Victoria Woolen Mill.
Marc-André Cossette, Lorraine G. Fernando, Lindsay Graham, Katie Lévesque
May 15 - June 5, 2011
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Marc-André Cossette at 613.324.5695 or email@example.com.
May 10 - May 29
At the Cube Gallery
Fresh from a spectacular run at the Karsh-Masson Gallery Downtown - a chance to see Jean Jewer's exhibit "Whoosh" (and new works) on West Wellington.
Preview Days from Tues. May 10 - Sat. May 14
Vernissage: (Meet the artist) Sunday afternoon, May 15, 2 - 5pm
Artist's Talk with Q&A's: Sunday, May 22, 2-3pm
Jean Jewer comes from the edge of the world.
A fisherman's daughter, she grew up in Main Brook, a remote village on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, where she watched gigantic icebergs float by, and wind and water whip and carve the land. Her abstract paintings testify to a first-hand experience of the raw energy, violence and beauty of Eastern Canada's coastal landscape. Jewer writes that she feels "a visceral connection to the sublime drama of land and sea."
Ottawa Symphony Orchestra presents Community Day! We invite you to Get to Know your OSO. Join us for fun, hands on, interactive 'music-tivities.' Sit in on live OSO Rehearsal. Meet and greet our fantastic musicians.
Sunday May 15th 1:30pm-5:30pm Southam Hall, National Arts Centre FREE
For ages 9 and up. Refreshments will be served.
We can't wait to meet you!