Don Phillips Scholar: Lavinia Lindsay

Blind Spots

October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

Using photos from her recent travels, Lavinia Lindsay reflects on things she learned about the Canadian landscape and explores their textures a second time through print.

carlina Chen


September 10, 2021October 23, 2021

'Overlook' features a body of work by carlina Chen that comments on how we relate to the spaces we move through and the temporal dimensions we occupy (like riding everyday transit). Chen includes maps, audio, and other print-based visuals.

Sally Ayre

Natural Patterns, Woven Series

November 20, 2020March 6, 2021

'Natural Patterns, Woven Series' is part of an ongoing project by Sally Ayre about plant specimens and their seeds, which scatter to germinate new life cycles.

Michelle Forsyth

Films for Garments

October 16, 2020November 14, 2020

Michelle Forsyth's 'Films for Garments' features a suite of films, hand-painted on mylar, layered and tacked to the wall.

Micah Lexier

The Oscilloscope Drawings

September 4, 2020October 3, 2020

'The Oscilloscope Drawings' by Micah Lexier, is a set of ten photopolymer prints featuring imagery from a found technical manual.

Joy Wong

Skimming, skirmishing

February 14, 2020March 14, 2020

Opening Reception

February 14, 20206:00 – 8:00 PM

Joy Wong's 'Skimming, skirmishing' explores the fight between interior and exterior worlds by meditating on the dirt that lives with us, on the in-betweenness of skin, boundaries, and thresholds.

Liz Little

Moon Song

January 10, 2020February 8, 2020

Opening Reception

January 10, 20206:00 – 8:00 PM

'Moon Song' features a selection of Mokuhanga prints made by Liz Little during a recent residency in Japan.

Emma Nishimura

Generational Echoes

October 18, 2019November 23, 2019

Opening Reception

October 18, 20196:00 – 8:00 PM

'Generational Echoes' is part of Emma Nishimura's ongoing research that focuses on the narratives surrounding the Japanese Canadian internment. This body of work draws inspiration from the traditional form of Japanese packaging known as furoshiki.

Tom Lecuyer

Shape Garden 2019

September 13, 2019October 12, 2019

Opening Reception

September 13, 20196:00 – 8:00 PM

'Shape Garden 2019', by Toronto-based artist Tom Lecuyer, features a monotype print and the woodblocks used to create it. Shape Garden draws attention to the printmaking process and explores the relationship between print and sculpture.

Andrea deBruijn


June 21, 2019July 20, 2019

Opening Reception

June 21, 20196:00 – 8:00 PM

Shade, by Andrea deBruijn, is a group of prints generated from a single woodblock. Shade forms a covering of dark foliage, using pattern and three-dimensionality to draw the viewer closer.