Exhibitions

About Our Galleries

  • Open Studio Gallery

    As one of the most important venues for printmaking artists in the country, Open Studio showcases a wide range of artists' work. Seven to ten exhibitions are presented each year and all exhibitions are chosen for the Open Studio Gallery by a committee comprised of artists, curators and/or arts administrators.

  • Print Sales

    The Open Studio Print Sales Gallery represents over 150 artists. It is the source for original contemporary fine art prints, with a variety of artwork available for sale. Seven to ten yearly exhibitions highlight artists represented by the Print Sales Program.

  • Visiting Artists Residency Exhibition: Jaime Angelopoulos & Panya Clark Espinal

    September 14, 2018October 13, 2018

    Opening Reception

    September 14, 20186:00 – 8:00 PM

    Each year Open Studio selects four professional artists with or without printmaking experience to create traditional and/or experimental works in the print medium of their choice, working collaboratively with a print media artist.

    Alex R.M. Thompson

    Variations on Urban Planning

    September 14, 2018October 13, 2018

    Opening Reception

    September 14, 20186:00 – 8:00 PM

    Variations on Urban Planning features work that aims to unpack the process of contemporary city building, drawing on the order/disorder of the construction site as its primary motif.

    Michelle Forsyth

    Footnotes

    June 15, 2018July 14, 2018

    Opening Reception

    June 15, 20186:30 - 8:30 PM

    Footnotes is the first solo exhibition of work by Michelle Forsyth in Toronto. Her work is both material and conceptual, and encompasses a variety of media including printmaking. She examines her changing relationship to the objects in her home.

    The Figure: Trials and Tribulations

    June 15, 2018July 14, 2018

    Opening Reception

    June 15, 20186:30 - 8:30 PM

    The Figure: Trials and Tribulations explores Nancy Hanada's struggles with experimentation and balancing reality versus imagination in creating figures using monotype printmaking. It is a journey that includes triumphs, disasters and happy accidents.

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