Vivid, floral murals are popping up all over Ottawa. Local artist Emilie Darlington is responsible for these gentle, breathtaking, nature-themed pieces. Darlington’s discovery of murals occurred during her Fine Arts education: “While in school, my canvases became increasingly large, and soon after graduating I discovered my interest in murals and public art. I’ve been hooked […]
Until October 7, the Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park, will be presenting the revolutionary artwork of the anonymous English artist Banksy at the Banksy 360º exhibit.
AXENÉO7 celebrated the official opening of their summer programming this week. The Gatineau visual arts centre officially announced the works of the artists that you’ll be able to see in and around their location for the season.
Two years ago, local artist Alexandra Finkeldey (AKA Scatterbee) was presented with an opportunity and, embracing change, jumped into a different world.
A play-by-play of the Art Battle Ottawa Championship, the painting tournament that returned last week after a pandemic hiatus.
The Ottawa Art Gallery and The Ottawa Hospital introduce the TRIAS art prize, made up of three awards totalling $40,000.
Curated by Amin Alsaden, the anniversary exhibition Looking the World in the Face features close to 40 artworks that examine cultural representation in the Art Bank collection for over half a century, with a focus on “otherized” communities.
Dive into an immersive experience featuring the work of impressionist artist Claude Monet at the new Imagine Monet exhibition at the E.Y. Centre.
The front corridor at Wall Space Gallery + Framing invites the viewer in, building anticipation before the entire space opens up with the two current exhibitions: Nate Nettleton’s Bright Before Me and Florence Solis’s Doppelgänger, on until June 30th.
“While I love and adore my previous name, outing myself to strangers who ask for my brand name has unfortunately caused me to feel unsafe on several occasions,” says KJ Forman, a queer, non-binary feminist artist who formerly created under the name Lucky Little Queer. They say they have “personally changed a lot” since 2016, and things stopped fitting. The creation of their new Luck and Lavender studio matched the different person they had become, empowering Forman to go “wherever I decide to go” from here.
After three years of anticipation, Ottawa’s Digital Arts Resource Centre (DARC) is unveiling the DARC SOUNDSTAGE: Ottawa’s newest affordable professional recording studio!
Hannah Fraser’s local business, Floral Sweeties brings you all things floral: from jewelry to artwork, she combines art and science to create masterpieces with real flowers.
Ottawa Art Gallery meets fundraising goal after a weekend full of fun art events.
The Ottawa Art Gallery’s (OAG) Give to Get Art Auction begins tonight with a Gala celebration, and continues all weekend with online bidding.
Jo-Ann Oosterman curated the Blue Yellow fundraiser, with all art donated by local artists, and all proceeds going to the Ukrainian Red Cross.