La Petite Mort Gallery presents...
Not Another X-mas Sale!
LPM's Great Big Holiday Sale
Friday December 17, 2010 / 7 - 10pm
Tunes by Big Mac Daddy
Proudly sponsored by CKCU 93.1 FM
Christmas sales, holiday blow out prices, so many sales and yet none of them offer anything that you really want! This year, take care of your shopping list early and come on down to La Petite Mort Gallery to buy the hottest gifts you could ever give.
What we have to offer:
- Works from our Private Gallery Collection available up to 50% off!
- Selection of works from our artists at door smashing prices!
- Gift Certificates for those hard to buy people - Come in today and get your stocking stuffers.
- We will also have paper works available from our portfolio’s in the upper gallery -works at unbelievable prices!
Come out and get your shopping groove on, score some Christmas gifts, and help support the arts in Ottawa!
It is with great pleasure that the Centre d’exposition L’Imagier presents its Christmas Arts & Crafts Sale and Show. This event will be held from the 17th to 22nd of December, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The opening will be on December 17th at 6 p.m.
The Centre d’exposition L’Imagier invites you to its Christmas Arts & Crafts Sale and Show. This event brings together more than thirty visual artists and artisans. This is a unique opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind artworks and original craft objects. You will surely find great gift ideas, and at the same time, will be supporting L’Imagier’s activities.
Theatre Wakefield exhibits its rich creative spirit once again by mounting its very own version of the classic Dickens story, A Christmas Carol, on stage in three locations over two successive December weekends.
So bundle up and come out to see this Holiday Celebration in the true spirit of the season. Tickets are $10 each ($20 for families) and are available at the Theatre Wakefield website; at Shaver Sports in Old Chelsea, QC; at Cafe Molo and Cafe Laboudi in Wakefield, QC; or at the door. Don't miss out!
December 17th at St. Michael's High School in Low, QC @ 7pm.
For more information, artist bios, photos or interviews, please contact David Park at 613-294-2841 or
La Petite Mort Gallery presents...
lighting by design
Saturday December 18, 2010
7 - 10pm
Tunes by Big Mac Daddy
Sponsored by CKCU 93.1 FM
Any time at all!
Gilda Pontbriand is participating with 7 artists in the exhibition “Miniatures” at Rothwell Gallery during the month of December, 2010. She is presenting pieces of her series depicting the Mayan alphabet full of symbolism and spirituality. Mixed Media pieces rich in texture and colour with intrinsic messages and 7 objects as a common denominator.
Artists: Monika Seidenbusch, David Houlton, Lise Massicotte, Jim Leach, Kathy Harker-Fiander, Erika Deruaz's and Luminita Serbanescu..
Rothwell Gallery | 1718 Montreal Road
Orange Art Gallery Presents our First Christmas Show!!!
Dec 1 - 31, 2010
The show will feature over 30 artists with more than 200 exciting small works making great affordable one of a kind gifts!!!!
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Orange Art Gallery | 233 Armstrong St. | Parkdale Market
Contemporary Canadian Jewellery: the 23rd Annual Exhibition
November 27 to December 31, 2010
- Jewellery by over 50 gallery artists from across the country
- Precious metals and stones as well as non-traditional materials
- One of a kind pieces
- For women and men – to give or receive
Gallery hours: Monday to Saturday 10-6; Sunday 12-5.
Lafrenière & Pai Gallery | 13 Murray Street
Metamorphish 2010 - a year of evolution - Dec 2/10 to Jan 11/11
Tin Fish (pictured)first appeared in Ottawa in 2006 in a shop window in the Glebe, and now are about to make a big splash in Orleans. Shiny armoured fish sculpture built from recycled metal. Tin cans transformed into flying fish. Scrap copper roofing used to create leaping black bass. A crazy quilt of copper skin for an ancient Ichthyosaur on steel wheels. Catfood can lids glittering golden and silver scaled striped bass. A year of work and the "metamorphish" of that work. The slow creative evolution from one piece to the next captured over the period of one year. Come out and enjoy Trinity Gallery's transformation into an undersea aquarium. Alanna Baird has worked in metal since 1991. This is the first major showing of her work in Ottawa.
PRESENT EXHIBITION ARTIST:
November 24, 2010 – January 12, 2011
Primecorp Display Windows | Corner of Bank & Somerset
Cube Gallery is pleased to announce that our wildly popular Great BIG Smalls Show is back for a sixth year of offering unique gifts of original art from across Canada. Small pieces - perfect for Christmas gift-giving - are already arriving from Shelbourne Nova Scotia to Powell River B.C., New York to Barry's Bay ,Montreal, Toronto and of course the Ottawa-Gatineau region. This annual juried show boasts nearly 60 artists and more than 300 works of art. Plan to arrive on the first day for what has become one of Cube's most anticipated annual events and to fully appreciate the astonishing scope of artistic talent on display.
Original art for the discerning kids and adults on your Christmas list - the
gift that appreciates and will be appreciated for a lifetime. | 1285 Wellington St. W.
Carleton University Art Gallery invites you to three new exhibitions:
“David Rokeby: Very Nervous System”
Curated by Jesse Stewart
“Four Ottawa Painters: Authier, Golland, Morrow, Schissel”
Curated by Sandra Dyck
“Ijurnaqtut: Whimsy, Wit and Humour in Inuit Art”
Curated by Anna Eyler
22 November 2010 – 30 January 2011
Light Homage to Vimy
Until Jan. 23rd at the Fritzi Gallery
GCTC's FRITZI gallery presents: Martin Conboy's Light Homage to Vimy In conjunction with the world premiere of the play Vimy by Vern Thiessen, the Great Canadian Theatre Company presents an exhibit of work by Martin Conboy which opens on Remembrance Day, November 11. The show features images of Mr. Conboy's work re-lighting the Vimy monument in France. Curated by Cube Gallery's Don Monet, the opening of the photo exhibit takes place in the Lorraine 'Fritzi' Yale gallery on the second floor of GCTC at Wellington and Holland Ave. Please come and share in this double memorial to Canadian
veterans. Images online can be viewed at martinconboylighting.ca
Over 18, over 80
The Generations Project
October 15, 2010 – January 23, 2011
Maison de la culture de Gatineau | 855 boulevard de la Gappe