Past Gallery Shows – 2023

Nov 29, 2023 – Jan 7, 2024

“Shining Our Light”: The season of festive lights is here! With shorter and colder days, it is a time of year when we often go inward, both physically and emotionally; we seek warmth and comfort.

Nov 15-26, 2023

Lennox Street Artists present: “Inspired”. In this diverse exhibition, ten artists delve into a profound personal inspiration that drives their creative process, resulting in a cohesive series of works.

Nov 3-12, 2023

“Fall Rhapsody” by Gordon Harrison: Award-winning Canadian landscape artist presents his new collection of Canadian Fall paintings from Lake Superior, the Laurentians and Gatineau Park.

Oct 12 – 29, 2023

Photographer, Marni Grossman presents “Broken Open”: a photographic expression of my pain and anguish, my heart being broken open and my path to healing and forgiveness

Sep 20 – Oct 8, 2023

Presented by artists of ArtMatch: In “Hiding in Plain Sight”, each artist presents enigmatic figurative works which invite viewers to fill in the blanks.

Sep 6 – 17, 2023

“Eden’s Slumber” is an exhibition that presents a body of work created by the artist Michaela Nessim. It shows that art can be a visual reminder of the importance of finding harmony through a connection with nature.

Aug 23 – Sep 3, 2023

“Continuum” – 7 Works Collective is paint, embroidery, mosaic, fibre and lens based art. The upending of our residency became the possibilities of creativity in a continuum.

Aug 1 – 20, 2023

Nine visual artists come together to represent the meaning of “Transformations” through their artwork. Unique oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings as well as ceramics will be on offer.

Jul 19 – 30, 2023

“Reconstructed Shadows” – In this collaborative artistic endeavour, Jeff Rozdeba and Robert Quance embarked on a journey to breathe new life into the discarded, forgotten, and obscure visuals of yesteryears.

Jun 28 – Jul 16, 2023

“Summer Smalls Festival” 2023: Small works of art appeal to collectors and art lovers for many reasons. We aim to bring art into everyone’s hearts and homes!

Jun 7 – 25, 2023

“Upcycled Obsolescence” – Sara Petroff: Drawn to rescuing traces of time through memory-filled papers, Sara’s multi-media sculptural collages are intended to breathe new meaning & narratives into old items.

May 17 – Jun 4, 2023

Take a walk through 25 years of Riverdale ArtWalk history through the journey of the artist! The “Riverdale ArtWalk 25th Celebration” exhibition showcases a collection of artwork, stories and memorabilia.

May 3 – 14, 2023

“It’s All About the Colours”: Each of the 8 photographers has a unique perspective.
What is certain is that all the images will inform the viewer of the impact of colour(s), or lack there-of in each work of art.

Apr 19 – 30, 2023

FABRICATORS” tells truths of our time. Sheila Thompson felts landscapes of our climate future. Tom Beechinor’s sewing machine produces sound, not garments, to accompany a poem of the end times. Beverley Daniels weaves not garments but city grids from city garbage.

Apr 5 – 16, 2023

“David Griffin: Music of Surfaces”. “When I draw, I get to hold in my hands things that are otherwise beyond me: geometries of growth, or bridges between nerves, or chaotic patterns of fire and the Sun.”

Mar 29 – Apr 2, 2023

Students of Centennial Fine Art Studio present “Iceberg”: an exploration of our diverse inner lives and our place in the contemporary world.

Mar 22 – 25, 2023

Students of Centennial Fine Art Studio present their current body of work that explores themes and meanings of “Decomposition”, from literal translations of decay, to political commentary, confronting environmental issues, ideas of loss of identity and beyond.

Mar 1 – 19, 2023

“Valued”: the Artists’ Network Volunteer Show. Let’s appreciate the dedicated time of our volunteers, large or small, and treasure their enthusiasm for our shared world of art!

Feb 8 – 26, 2023

“Face to Face”: Portrait Show provides an opportunity to honour role models, or individuals who impact the life of the participating artists.

Jan 18 – Feb 5, 2023

Did you know that yellow is the brightest colour the human eye can see? The art of “Hello Yellow” will lift our spirits with a warm, cheerful energy that yellow can evoke on the snowy grey days ahead. 

Dec 7, 2022 – Jan 8, 2023

“Big Holiday Smalls Show” 2022: Showcasing over 140 small original artworks by 80 artists.