Archive for category: Past Exhibitions

Glass Wynd

GLASS WYND

JULY 7, 2017 - AUGUST 2, 2017

Location: RBC Community Gallery
Opening reception: Sunday, July 9, 2pm-4pm

Artists: Teresa Seaton, Siobhan Lynch, John Storey, John Highley, Joe Speck & John Martin

Members of the Artistic Group of Glass create their own vision and interpretation of how they see wind and air through their medium and style of glass art.


William C.G. Hodge: A Life Inspired

WILLIAM C.G. HODGE: A LIFE INSPIRED

MAY 26 – AUGUST 6, 2017

Location: Lee-Chin Family Gallery
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 25, 5pm-7pm
Artist Talk & Tour: Sunday, July 30 at 2pm

A two-part retrospective exhibition of a career in Fibre Arts. The Art Gallery of Burlington will present Hodge’s beading and collage works, while the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum will show his tapestries. The catalogue produced by the AGB will bring together the multiple facets of his career in Fibre Arts that is still moving forward. Objects and works that inspired the artist will also be presented.


All Guilds Show

All Guilds Show_2015 BannerApril 22, 2017 to May 21, 2017

Location: Lee-Chin Family Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday April 21, 5pm-7pm

This annual exhibition will celebrate the works of members from our guilds which include the Fibre Arts Guild, Burlington Fine Arts Association, Burlington Handweavers and Spinners Guild, Latow Photographers Guild, Burlington Potters’ Guild, Burlington Rug Hooking and Craft Guild, and the Burlington Guild of Sculptors and Woodcarvers, with juried and curated shows on the theme of ‘The Garden’.

Kitchenware of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s

Ann Roberts, Casserole

April 25, 2017 to June 18, 2017

Location: Perry Gallery
Opening Reception: Thursday May 25, 5pm-7pm

An economic boom, the comfortable modernism of Swedish design, and a wave of young traditionally trained potters schooled in the Leach-Hamada tradition led to the birth of the modern ceramic movement in Canada. This generation of potters took functional forms and explored them as personal expressions that made them art for everyday living.  In doing so they created forms that still are as fresh today as when they were created.  This style is seeing a rebirth today – this is a chance to see the source.

Image credit: Ann Roberts, Casserole, 1973.

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