Past Gallery Shows

Jun 5 – 16, 2024

“It’s Not Straight” celebrates the kaleidoscopic richness of artistic, gender, and sexual expression, where every hue and every curve defies the constraints of a single straight narrative.

May 1 – Jun 2, 2024

“East End Owners”: For the first time, photographer Ken Remark presents over fifty portraits showcasing Toronto East business owners inside of their establishments.

Apr 17 – 28, 2024

“The Tree I See” features the paintings and drawings of artist, Johanna Skelly, whose work explores the massive maple tree that grew outside her studio window in downtown Toronto.

Apr 10 – 14, 2024

“Flight Pattern” is a group exhibition by Centennial FAS emerging artists exploring both change and consistency, and identity and belonging, as they aspire to break into the contemporary art scene.

Apr 3 – 7, 2024

Each Centennial College Fine Art Studio first year student explored their own ideas around “Everything is Temporary”. In this cohort, students were encouraged to probe different approaches to this theme, and to consider their choice of medium.

Mar 19 – 31, 2024

“Concurrent”: Steven Lewis and Doug Stratford first met in 1982 at the Ontario College of Art Studio located in Florence, Italy. Over the four intervening decades, they both following their own individual artistic paths, but they remained pals, united by their shared Italian cultural experience.

Mar 6-17, 2024

“Beach Wood: Rescued”: Andrew Vasilevich presents a selection of wood sculptures of various sizes carved from a variety of wood species collected from the Toronto Beach neighbourhood.

Jan 31 – Feb 25, 2024

“You Do You”: In light of the the new Board, a flurry of new members and a lot of exciting new ideas, it truly is an Artists’ Network Renaissance! What better way to celebrate this than by having a show?

Jan 10-28, 2024

Sometimes, things just happen… “Out of the Blue”. In January, the Leslie Grove Gallery hosted its second annual juried COLOUR show: this year, we bring you the colour BLUE.

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.