Weekend Art: February 5 - 7
|Written by April Yorke|
|Friday, 05 February 2010 15:11|
Friday"Presenting: Canterbury" features paintings, photographs, sculptures and mixed media pieces created by eight promising young artists enrolled in 'Arts Canterbury', a specialized intensive arts program offered at Canterbury High School in Ottawa. Dale Smith Gallery is pleased to present the second annual exhibition of work by graduating visual arts students. Last February the first exhibition of work by student artists was a great success. My aim is to offer these talented young people an authentic exhibition experience. At this stage in their career, they are constantly experimenting and changing, and their work is fresh and original-and it's of truly amazing quality. The artists are Rose Anderson, Hannah Bailey, Anna Cumyn, Tricia Flohr, Jason Guo, Lisa Sleiman, Darya Tonkykh and Alice Zhang. Join the artists and friends at the opening reception on Friday, February 5, from 7-10 p.m. | 137 Beechwood Ave. The exhibition continues until March 2.
Canteen presents "What I See," an Art Show Curated By Pierre Richardson
5 - 28 February 2010
Opening Party: Friday, February 5th, 7pm
238 Dalhousie Street
SaturdayINVITATION TO VIEW UNIQUE ROCK ART IN MIXED MEDIA
BY JAG MARU
WHERE: LOBLAWS STORE IN BELLS CORNER
59-A ROBERTSON ROAD
(AT THE CORNER OF ROBERTSON ROAD AND MOODIE DRIVE)
WHEN: SATURDAY THE 6th FEBRUARY, 2010
FROM 9:00 am TO 9:00 pm.
WHAT: ORIGINAL ART PIECES IN MIXED MEDIA
EXCELLENT QUALITY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAHS (FRAMED
AND UNFRAMED) OF THE ORIGINAL ART PIECES.
SundayCity Hall Art Gallery
Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West
Adrienne Herron, "Over 18, Over 80: The Generations Project"
ARTIST TALK (in English):
Sunday, February 7 at 2 p.m.
Free of charge | Exhibition continues until February 28, 2010
I invite you to the Opening and Reception of "Deborah Arnold: Selected Works", this Sunday, 7th February 2010, 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. at Snapdragon Gallery | 791 Bank Street at Third Avenue
Deborah Arnold is a recognised sculptor working in Carrara and Venus marble, Italian alabaster, Mariash limestone, chlorite, Italian chrystolino, pyrotholite, bronze, steel and wood.
Black History Month
PrufRock - Spoken Word Poet
When: Sunday, February 7, 2010
Location: Swizzles Bar & Grill
246-B Queen St., Between Kent and Bank Streets
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m. | Admission is free
The Ottawa Chamber Music Society, under the Artistic Direction of Roman Borys, the Gryphon Trio, and in partnership with the Extra Curricular Creative Arts Program, of the Continuing Education department of the Ottawa Carleton District School Board, proudly announces the Ottawa debut of Rob Kapilow to reveal What Makes It Great?©. Commentator, composer and conductor Rob Kapilow will take his audience on a riveting exploration of Brahms' Piano Trio in B major, Op. 8 (Revised Version - 1891), followed by a performance of the work by the Gryphon Trio, on Sunday, February 7 at 3 PM at Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355 Cooper Street, Ottawa.
Any time you like!
Unique and thought-provoking photographic works greet visitors at Ralph Nevins's exhibition beginning February 1st at Gallery Farina. The show continues until March 28th. Gallery Farina is located upstairs at Johnny Farina Restaurant, 216 Elgin Street, Ottawa.
Bright Bold Art Show at Foyer Gallery
RÉTRO-VISION, UNE EXPOSITION PRÉSENTÉE PAR MARIELLE ROULEAU À L'ESPACE PIERRE-DEBAIN
Hives: New Works on Paper by Natasha Beaudin
"FRAGMENTS" SOLO SERIES 2010
Artist: Alli Asudeh
On View: January 29th – February 9th, 2010
Mon - Fri 10:00 -18:00, Sat 10:00-15:00
The Red Wall Gallery is located in SPAO at 168 Dalhousie, at the corner of Bruyère, in the Byward Market.
The Corridor Gallery proudly presents an exhibition of sculptural installation work by Bozica Radjenovic and painting by Jadzia Romaniec
January 21 to February 21, 2010 | 200 Crichton Street, 2nd Floor (Please use Avon Lane entrance at rear)
Two Person show, artist couple Jessie Parker, and Robert Arnold, “Around and About”, February 1 to March 31, 2010, Blackburn Hamlet Library, Ottawa, ON. Jessie’s photo based art works involve metaphorical and conceptual interpretations of circular forms and compositions. Robert’s acrylic landscape paintings explore interpretations of locations with personal meaning for the artist.
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