Posted by: April on Jan 15, 2010
Exposure Gallery’s first photography exhibit of 2010! In Motion - Award-winning Ottawa photographers Raymond Aubin and Yannis Souris capture dance, youth and movement from unique perspectives in a lyrical and passionate fashion.
VERNISSAGE: Friday, January 15, 2010
TIME: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Exposure Gallery - Thyme and Again’s 2nd floor studio 1255 Wellington Street West
A portion of the proceeds from In Motion will go towards The Dandelion Dance Company, an Ottawa-based dance theatre company for young women of all abilities. Join us for another evening of wonderful art, food and people!
ART-IMAGE presents Ordiculture from Yann Farley | January 15 to March 14, 2010
A living exhibition animated by two interactive robotic sculptures bringing together sound and material (pictured, S1-04). Come and experience this unique installation that explores the special relationship between humans and machines. Ordiculture was made possible through the financial support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec. VERNISSAGE this Friday January 15 from 6pm to 8pm. Admission is free, come one come all. Maison de la culture de Gatineau | 855 boulevard de la Gappe.
La Petite Mort Gallery presents
“Hurry up to slow down”
ONE NIGHT ONLY Exhibit
Friday Jan 15, 2010 / 7 - 10pm 306 Cumberland
TRINITY ART GALLERY
OMMA: The Same, But Different
What happens when a group of artists is asked to individually create a mixed media piece that includes the same image? You have an art show that is the same, but ... different. Through the jury process, we have selected the most outstanding pieces of artwork that include the same image - enlarged, duplicated or even disassembled - somewhere within them. This is guaranteed to be a very creative and interesting show!.
January 14 to February 16, 2010
Gerald Steadman Smith: Face to Face
"In this exhibition viewers will come 'face to face' with some of the interesting people who have posed for me over the past few years. My art is all about depicting the personalities and intelligence expressed on the faces of my models. These larger-than-life portraits leave a big impression on the viewing public."
January 14 to February 16, 2010
Arteast: Long Serving Volunteers
Works by some of the artists who offer their time to keep this active visual arts organization going and growing.
January 14 to March 23, 2010
DUST EVANS GALLERY
December 16 to February 16, 2010
Meet the artists! Receptions for Trinity Art Gallery and Promenade Arteast artists on Sunday, January 17 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orléans (Lower Level)
Monday to Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m
Le Centre d’exposition L’Imagier a le plaisir d’accueillir les œuvres de Natalie Rolland. L’exposition se déroulera du 17 janvier au 28 février 2010, le vernissage aura lieu le dimanche 17 janvier de 14 h à 16 h. 9, rue Front, Gatineau.
Solo Art Exhibition: Nature in alla prima by Margaret Chwialkowska
at the Richelieu-Vanier Centre, 300 des Peres-Blancs Avenue
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 17, 1.00 – 3.00 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: December 30 to February 28, 2010,
A portion of the proceeds from on-site sales will be donated to the Ottawa Riverkeeper.
Free parking and admission.
Any time at all!
The Mud Oven’s Gallery has a new art show:
acrylic paintings and collage.
The show runs from January 4th until Feb. 14th |1065 Bank Street at Sunnyside
GCTC's FRITZI gallery presents PETER MONET | Jan. 12 ~ Feb. 28
A visual art dialogue with Chris Craddock and Nathan Cuckow's "BASH’d"
Peter Monet uses acrylics, enamels, oil pastels and wax crayons to create what he interchangeably calls "psychedelic abstract expressionism," or "pointlessism." His works can be bold, intense fusions of texture and bright colours, or more softly-hued but equally tactile pieces inviting both touch and close scrutiny. Monet, a film and television producer by training, says, "My work is a by-product of a couple of decades of working with television pixels. From a distance it can look like a blur of colour. It is best appreciated at extreme close-up to experience the texture and minute detailing."
The Lorraine 'Fritzi' Yale Gallery, 1233 Wellington Street West (at Holland Avenue), 2nd Floor Level
GALLERY 101 PROUDLY PRESENTS Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo, "Bestiaries"
Gallery 101 is located at 301 ½ Bank Street, 2nd Floor. Gallery hours are Tuesday to .Saturday, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
The Foyer Gallery celebrates 2010 by welcoming 5 new juried artists, MaryAnn Camps, Anita Utas, Joejene Santos, Marion Aitken and Roy Whiddon. These 5 artists are featured in the new show 'Genesis', January 6 to 24th. Foyer Gallery 1701 Woodroffe Ave, The Nepean Sportsplex - entrance 1 - plenty of free parking. Gallery hours: Wed - Fri, 3 pm 9 pm / Sat-Sun 11 am 5 pm.
Canteen, Top of the World, and Supra presen The Customs Month
8 - 31 January 2010 | 238 Dalhousie Street
The works of local and international artists on sneakers, high heels, skateboards, spraycans, zines, posters, tshirts, and much more.
PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY presents HIGH VALUE TARGETS, a new multi-media exhibition by artist CHERYL PAGUREK
January 6, 2010, to February 9, 2010 | 2401 Bank Street
HELENE LACELLE aka NEON MATTISSE invites all to her new art opening at the GREEN DOOR, 198 Main Street from 07Jan. to 06Feb. Also LACELLE will host/show a community MAIL ART exhibit with information how all artists can participate in this modern international 'art movement.
Skin and Bones | Basement Artists Group Exhibition: January 7 - 23rd.
Artists Include: Dane Atkinson, Heather Carty, David Cation, Tim Colpitts, Marcus Lamoureux, Petr Maur, Martin Mercier, Mique Michelle, Patrick John Mills, Dawn Sandey
Patrick John Mills Contemporary Fine Art Gallery | 286 Hinchey Ave.