You Are Listening
March 24, 2017 – April 22, 2017
Iza Campos’ work is symbolic, placed between representational and abstract, looking to construct meaning on the relativity of colours’ interactions and simplified forms.
Waking Gates – Don Phillips Scholarship Exhibition
October 21, 2016 – November 19, 2016
Eli Howey is a printmaker, illustrator and designer currently based in Toronto. Their art practice uses the anomalies within traditional analogue printmaking techniques to create work in fine art, publication and textile-based projects.
September 16, 2016 – October 15, 2016
Amy Uyeda is a Toronto-based printmaker who works primarily with colour lithography. Uyeda’s lithographic practice is inspired by the architectural and natural landscape of places she has travelled.
June 17, 2016 – July 16, 2016
Jae Lee’s works capture special stories of trivial, mundane or disappearing things that are detected in her life.
The Edge: Ancient Light
May 13, 2016 – June 11, 2016
Karen Curry is an artist working in painting, printmaking and photography. The Edge features work exploring the changing nature of the edges of islands.
March 18, 2016 – April 23, 2016
Loree Ovens creates work that is influenced by intersecting and overlapping patterns, both in a linear and abstract sense.
February 12, 2016 – March 12, 2016
Sandi Ralph: Shadow Flight takes its inspiration from creatures in the natural world—butterflies, birds, wolves. Her original source in each case is deconstructed, stripped to its essential elements and reconstructed with a minimalistic intent, creat
January 8, 2016 – February 6, 2016
In a new series of screenprints, Dana Tosic investigates possibilities of capturing the human body in motion using one reprographic technology (3D scan) to capture a moment in time, executed in another (screenprint).
Sonya Filman: The Watchful Eye and the Tentative Hand – Don Phillips Scholarship Exhibition
October 16, 2015 – November 21, 2015
The Watchful Eye and the Tentative Hand by Sonya Filman explores problems of perception, examining the conflicting notions of fiction and reality that appear in documents of pseudoscientific practices, such as parapsychology, physiognomy & eugenics.
Sandra Haar: Selections from Permitted
September 11, 2015 – October 10, 2015
Sandra Haar is a Toronto-based artist and printmaker, who works in installation, book work and flat formats. Her artistic practice focuses on subjectivity and representation, investigating a range of personal and cultural concerns.