Oeno Gallery featured on InCollect 14 March 2019
An article featuring the Sculpture Garden at Oeno Gallery has been published on InCollect. This online fine art collection has a global reach. The article begins with a nod to art history:
Julia Reimer exhibits “Winter’s Breath” at Illuminart, Montreal 28 February 2019
Julia Reimer in collaboration with Tyler Rock have teamed up to create a dazzling glass installation "Winter’s Breath" ("Souffle d’hiver") currently featured at the Illuminart Festival in Montreal, Quebec. Illuminart is an annual exhibition that lights up downtown Montreal. The festival runs from February 21 to March 3, 2019.
Philippe Pallafray exhibits at Musée Marius-Barbeau 23 February 2019
Corps et âmes / Body and Souls is an exhibition of new sculptures by Paris-born Philippe Pallafray at Musée Marius-Barbeau in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec. The exhibition opens Sunday, March 10 at 1:30 pm.
Shayne Dark at Manif d’art 9, Quebec City 13 January 2019
Manif d’art 9 is a unique winter biennial in Quebec City presenting the indoor and outdoor art of 20 international and Canadian artists. This year as part of the biennial, Shayne Dark will exhibit a work of outdoor sculpture in the Parc de L’Esplanade in Old Quebec from February 16...
Cheryl Wilson Smith Exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery 14 December 2018
The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is host to an interactive exhibition of glass frit sculptures by Cheryl Wilson Smith. In 21 Pillows viewers are asked to choose one of Wilson Smith's glass frit 'rocks' and to place it on one of 21 foam pillows.
Oeno Gallery at Art Toronto- Booth A13 15 October 2018
Visit us at the Art Toronto fair October 26-29. We will be exhibiting contemporary painting by gallery artists John Fox, Milly Ristvedt, Scott Pattinson as well as introducing the Hyperrealist sculptures of Carole Feuerman. In addition, we have a special selection of historical Canadian paintings reserved exclusively for fair goers. Booth A13.
2018 Exhibiting Artists
Carole Feuerman, Ben Woolfitt, Adam Cohen, Philippe Pallafray, Dale Dunning, Shayne Dark, Alice Teichert, Scott Pattinson, Steven Heinemann, Dale Dunning, John Fox, Milly Ristvedt, Maud Lewis, Tom Thomson, AY Jackson, J.W. Beatty, Franklin Carmichael, AJ Casson, Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Franz Johnston, Cornelius David Krieghoff, Arthur Lismer, Kathleen Morris, Ted Harrison, JEH MacDonald, David Milne
Ryan Van Der Hout at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery 20 September 2018
"Ryan Van Der Hout: Dark Waters" continues until September 23, 2018, at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa. Curated by Linda Jansma the show highlights the global concerns about access to clean, adequate water.
Oeno Gallery part of the “best day trips from Toronto” 10 September 2018
Prince Edward County is named as one of the “3 Best Day Trips from Toronto” by Condé Naste Traveler magazine. On the must visit list in the County, according to the glamorous zine, are the ‘hipster’ Drake Devonshire hotel and Oeno Gallery.
Shayne Dark’s "This Column Ends" to be unveiled at Trent University 2 September 2018
Shayne Dark’s "This Column Ends" will be formally unveiled at 2:00 pm on Friday Sept. 21 at Julian Blackburn Hall, Trent University, Symons campus in Peterborough. This towering cobalt blue column takes its theme from Brancusi’s "Endless Column" sculptures the most famous of which is his 1937 steel column in Romania...
Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden- Sunday Aug 19th, 5:30pm 16 August 2018
Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden animates the art and elements of Oeno Gallery’s Sculpture Garden at Huff Estates this Sunday, Aug 19th at 5:30pm. Open to everyone, free admission. Audience is invited to view the performance from the Garden’s central grassy area – the performers work along the pathways and among the artworks outside this area.
Interpretation & performance: Carol Anderson, Arwyn Carpenter, Cristina González, Terrill Maguire, Claudia Moore, Michelle Silagy
Music composed, recorded, arranged & performed by: Kirk Elliott
Onsite music co-ordination: Claire Wootten
Sun on Stone: Dance in the Garden concept and direction: Carol Anderson
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