This November, Oeno Gallery is hosting an exhibition of works by two unique contemporary Ontario artists. Acclaimed sculptor John Paul Robinson works in glass and creates large scale works in his Wooler Studio just north of Prince Edward County. His sculptures - which play with the ideas of time and space and movement - have most recently been featured in a solo show at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Kitchener Waterloo. Franco DeFrancesca divides his time between his studios in Milford and Toronto, where he creates digital and mixed media works that pay homage to the imagery of artists like Claude Tousignant. Defrancesca now has numerous collectors of his psychedelic work in Australia, Europe, the US and Canada.