Every year, as part of their mandate, Ottawa emerging artist gallery Studio Sixty Six supports a local charity that is near and dear to their hearts with a fundraiser in the weeks leading up to the holidays.
Le Musée des Beaux-arts du Canada propose à ses visiteurs la plus importante rétrospective jamais présentée de l’artiste autochtone Alex Janvier.
In most of his pieces, you will find either human skulls, visages or limbs, all carefully detailed and textured. They bring to mind a familiar anthropomorphic nature, which is then sealed and wrapped in a metallic, rigid and finite spray painted and colourful existence.
Dylan Noble’s textiles create a visual language in the form of clever, idiosyncratic patterns with his company, Merchntt.
This week, Ming’s photos are from an opening party at the Ottawa Art Gallery for the new exhibition, Skate Fast, Die Punk by Ben Jensen and Imogen Reid.
Have you ever walked into an art gallery and thought “Man, that artist’s work is awesome, someone should give them a prize”?
“It is so portable. All you need is a pencil and a piece of paper.”
Leaps of faith, falls from grace, head over heels in love—we often talk about success and failure, and the risks we take in getting there, using this kind of language.
(inter)woven is on now at the OAG Annex, Ottawa City Hall, and continues until December 31, 2016. The official opening reception is September 29 at 5pm.
On at Cube Gallery this month is Paper/Papier, a “tribute” to the medium that has revolutionized our lives. If you are looking for an exhibition that pushes the boundaries and expressive limits of paper – this show isn’t it. If you’d like to see works by artists using a range of media such as paint, drawing, printmaking, […]
Artengine are bringing national and international panelists to the Unhanded symposium on Saturday at Arts Court Theatre.
Happy weekend, Ottawans!
The show “Lovers’ Imbroglio,” opening this Thursday at Studio Sixty Six, will be the artists’ second to feature works painted over her ex-lover’s pieces.
Du côté de la rive gatinoise, on retrouve le centre DAÏMÔN, un précieux joyau situé aux abords du ruisseau de la Brasserie. Le centre célébrait hier ses 30 ans d’existence et nous a permis en même temps de dresser une rétrospective d’une communauté animée par le besoin de s’exprimer par les arts.
Welcome to September, folks!