• BYDealers Auction November 6th, 2017 14 October 2017

    Oeno Gallery is proud to be associated with BYDealers auction house. A major sale of Post-war and contemporary art will take place on November 6th at 7 pm at the St. James Theatre in Montreal. You will be able to bid in person, by telephone or online.

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  • Wellington Heritage Museum Outdoor Sculpture Opportunity 10 October 2017

    The Wellington Heritage Museum invites sculpture artists to submit Expressions of Interest to create a permanent commemorative artwork to be installed in the soon-to-be created Friends of the Wellington Heritage Museum garden. This competition is open to professional Canadian artists or artist-led teams. Submit Expression of Interest

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  • Maud Lewis Exhibition at Oeno Gallery 19 September 2017

    Oeno Gallery is pleased to present an intimate exhibition of paintings by the much loved folk artist, Maud Lewis (1903-1970). This exhibition will be on display Saturday, September 16th and continues until Monday, November 6th, 2017.

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  • Scholarship Winner Announced 30 August 2017

    Oeno Gallery is pleased to announce the winner of our first annual student scholarship award - congratulations to Abigail Kate Henderson! Henderson is enrolled in a BFA Film program and studies screenwriting.

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  • Dance in the Sculpture Garden - August 20th, 2017 18 August 2017

    On Sunday, August 20th, from 5:30-6:30pm, a unique live dance will take place in the sculpture garden. A group of dancers will perform an interpretative dance among the myriad sculptures in the garden behind Oeno Gallery. 

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  • Canadian Art Features Maud Lewis 17 August 2017

    Sheila M. Kinnear writes about her connection to the Nova Scotia folk artist Maud Lewis in Canadian Art. Sheila is the daughter of John H. Kinnear, who supplied Lewis with paints from London, ON in the 1960s.

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  • The Brain Project Takes Over Toronto 19 July 2017

    Starting July 11th, one hundred brain sculptures can be seen throughout Toronto in an effort to raise awareness about brain health. The Toronto Star's article on the project can be read here. The outdoor art exhibit runs July 11 to August 31, 2017.

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  • Philippe Pallafray Participates in The Brain Project 11 July 2017

    The Brain Project is a large-scale outdoor exhibit that brings brain health and art to the streets of Toronto. In 2016, The Brain Project launched its inaugural exhibit across the city to start a public conversation about brain health and bring awareness to diseases like Alzheimer’s.

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