• Colour Break exhibition featured in international magazine 5 November 2020

    Oeno Gallery's Colour Break Exhibition is featured in the Wall Street International Magazine. Accompanying the article is a photo of Milly Ristvedt's brilliant Paradise paintings. 

    Above, installation image of Colour Break including: Risvedt's What We Want, Paradise Painting and two sculptures from Shayne Dark's Torrential series, Candy Red and Bronze.

  • Ryan Van Der Hout exhibiting at the Gladstone Hotel, Toronto 5 November 2020

    Photo artist Ryan Van Der Hout is taking part in the Gladstone Hotel’s sixth annual exhibition Grow Op. This exhibition at Toronto’s renowned hub of eclectic and exciting art and design explores the theme After the Flood by “reconceiving our relationships with the organic and inorganic world around us in...

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  • Nicholas Crombach exhibits in London, UK 5 November 2020

    Canadian sculptor Nicholas Crombach opens The End of the Chase, a dynamic exhibition of his new work at New Art Projects in London, UK, on May 3, 2018. The provocative exhibition that runs until June 30th explores the visual culture of the British hunt and the complex relationship between animals and humans.

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  • Oeno Gallery celebrates International Sculpture Day 5 November 2020

    Oeno Gallery joins the global sculpture community in celebrating International Sculpture Day on April 28, 2018. Visit the gallery to enjoy indoor and outdoor sculptures in a variety of media. Quebec based sculptor Philippe Pallafray uses polished stainless steel in his provocative work Step.

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  • Philippe Pallafray exhibits in Quebec City 5 November 2020

    Philippe Pallafray will exhibit in a duo show Darby-Pallafray at the Salle Jean Paul-Lemieux at the Etienne-Parent Library, 3515 rue Clemenceau, in Quebec City in January. The show opens Thurs. January 18, 2018 with a reception at 5:30 pm.

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  • Julia Reimer & Cheryl Wilson Smith exhibiting at the Clay & Glass Gallery 5 November 2020

    Works by glass artists Julia Reimer and Cheryl Wilson Smith plus five others, all recipients of the RBC Award for Glass, are on exhibit in Trajectories at the Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo. There will be an opening reception for the exhibition on Sun., January 14 at 2:00 pm. Curated by Sheila McMath the exhibition includes new, exciting work by both artists. The exhibition runs until March 18, 2018. Glass frit work by Wilson Smith and elegant blown glass sculptures by Reimer can be found at Oeno Gallery.

    Pictured above: Cheryl Wilson Smith, Dearg Airc Nuadh (2015).


  • Outdoor bronze monument by Marlene Hilton Moore honours women in Halifax 5 November 2020

    A bronze monument to wartime women volunteers by Canadian sculptor Marlene Hilton Moore was unveiled at the Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market in November, 2017. Commissioned by the Halifax Women’s History Society and titled “The Volunteers” Hilton Moore’s new sculpture recognizes these WWII workers through three life-sized bronze figures: a girl...

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  • Sculptor Don Frost featured in ShapeMaker documentary 5 November 2020

    The documentary ShapeMaker: The Sculptor Don Frost that explores the art and legacy of the Canadian artist Don Frost will be screened at the ReFrame International Film Festival on Friday, January 26 at 3:50 at ShowPlace Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough, Ontario.

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