Brian Kelley

Our World in Translation

July 29, 2022August 27, 2022

Opening Reception

July 30, 202212:00 pm - 3:00 pm

In "Our World in Translation" Brian Kelley presents a series of still lives and landscapes that focus on the idea of memory, an imperfect image of a moment in time caught in our mind's eye. What is awareness of then, and what is it now?

Native Art Department International

A Practical Guide to Localization

June 10, 2022July 23, 2022

Opening Reception

June 11, 202212:00pm – 3:00pm

Native Art Department International (NADI) is a collaborative project by Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan. The materially versatile works in this exhibition are informed by their shared interests in place, memory, and language.

Joy Wong

florescence

April 22, 2022June 4, 2022

Opening Reception

April 23, 202212:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The grotesque body has no beginning or end; it takes up too much space and is ineffaceable from its environment. In Joy Wong's exhibition 'florescence', print cut-outs are pasted over each other on the gallery walls in an expansive collage.

Tom Lecuyer

New Prints

March 4, 2022April 16, 2022

In this new body of work, Tom Lecuyer asks the audience to consider the printmaking process and to question the nature of a print in general. This series is a continuation of the artists' exploration into the fundamental elements of printmaking.

Kelsey Stephenson

Flux

January 14, 2022February 26, 2022

Kelsey Stephenson's exhibition, 'Flux', uses images from along the North Saskatchewan, Athabasca, and Bow rivers to create imagined landscapes of disparate places.

Nick Novak Fellow: Michelle Forsyth

In this moment, there is no sound

October 29, 2021December 18, 2021

The recent photographs of Michelle Forsyth document her performative engagement with objects made and collected during the pandemic. The works chosen for this exhibition form a meditation on her time spent alone.

Sadko Hadzihasanovic and Libby Hague

Over the Horizon

September 10, 2021October 23, 2021

'Over the Horizon', features artwork by Sadko Hadzihasanovic and Libby Hague, bringing together two different approaches to large-scale printmaking while exploring themes of storytelling and collectivity, violence and peace.

An Open Studio group exhibition celebrating 50 years

Murmuration

November 20, 2020March 6, 2021

'Murmuration' brings together a community of Open Studio Artist Members to create a unique, interconnected print media project.

Kotama Bouabane, Meaghan Hyckie, Luke Painter and Annie Wong

Visiting Artists’ Residency Exhibition

October 16, 2020November 14, 2020

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.

Richard Sewell

wHerOccurence

September 4, 2020October 3, 2020

Richard Sewell co-founded Open Studio. 'wHerOccurence' features a variety of artworks Sewell refers to as ‘occurrences’, embracing the possibilities of mixing print with different media, including sculpture and installation.