Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
As a sculptor, Thibert’s artistic practice has moved from a deep engagement with abstraction towards the figure and has since leapt back into the power of shape, line, and colour. A generation younger, Hildebrand’s paintings have evolved out of the magical realism of trompe-l’œil (to deceive the eye) into a playful struggle with the flatness of the green drafting grid.
Indigenous Artist Tom Wilson is a Canadian cultural icon from Hamilton, Ontario, who is well known for his musical work as Junkhouse, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, and Lee Harvey Osmond. Wilson has more recently been recognized for his literary endeavours thanks to the critical and commercial success of his 2017 autobiography Beautiful Scars. Wilson has been developing his visual
Curator Lindon Barrett presents Voices in Black Canadian Narratives, an exhibition honouring the work of artists Joan Butterfield, Nicole Alexander, and Ian P. Grant. Each artist brings their own distinct voice to the fabric of Canadian stories and histories. Opening Reception February 9, 6 to 9 PM Voices in Black Canadian Narratives is presented in collaboration with the Halton Black
Opening Night Reception: 6-9 PM on May 24, 2019
Opening Night Reception: 6-9 PM on September 6, 2019