Robert McLaughlin Gallery 50th Anniversary

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery begins its 50th anniversary year by celebrating regional artists, a community who have been at the heart of the gallery since its conception. Durham Reach is the most comprehensive public exhibition of artists from the area to

Robert McLaughlin Gallery 50th Anniversary

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery begins its 50th anniversary year by celebrating regional artists, a community who have been at the heart of the gallery since its conception. Durham Reach is the most comprehensive public exhibition of artists from the area to

Workaday Exhibition

Workaday at Harbourfront

Susan Campbell, Becky Comber, Robert Cruickshank, Hannun Lyn, Caitlyn Murphy, Sarah Peebles, Penelope Stewart, and George A. Walker The title Workaday may connote the humdrum nature and trappings of the work world. Indeed the artists here might, on many days,

Workaday Exhibition

Workaday at Harbourfront

Susan Campbell, Becky Comber, Robert Cruickshank, Hannun Lyn, Caitlyn Murphy, Sarah Peebles, Penelope Stewart, and George A. Walker The title Workaday may connote the humdrum nature and trappings of the work world. Indeed the artists here might, on many days,

2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects

2 Rooms Revisited

2 ROOMS REVISITED OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 6-9pm January 19-28, open Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 5pm OCAD University Graduate Gallery 205 Richmond Street W, 2nd floor Entrance on Duncan Street 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects and the

2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects

2 Rooms Revisited

2 ROOMS REVISITED OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 6-9pm January 19-28, open Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 5pm OCAD University Graduate Gallery 205 Richmond Street W, 2nd floor Entrance on Duncan Street 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects and the

Gallery A Residency

Oshawa is transitioning away from heavy manufacturing towards service-based enterprises, prompted by growth in the education sector and improvements to the transit infrastructure, and accompanied by residential development in the north and infill construction of condominiums and warehouses downtown. One

Gallery A Residency

Oshawa is transitioning away from heavy manufacturing towards service-based enterprises, prompted by growth in the education sector and improvements to the transit infrastructure, and accompanied by residential development in the north and infill construction of condominiums and warehouses downtown. One

Architectonic

2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects Architecturally oriented artworks and utopian structures designed to restore well-being and invigorate the soul. Artworks by Susan Campbell, Stan Dragland, Mike Gough, Mike Paterson, Margaret Ryall, Stephen Zeifman. Visit 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects for

Architectonic

2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects Architecturally oriented artworks and utopian structures designed to restore well-being and invigorate the soul. Artworks by Susan Campbell, Stan Dragland, Mike Gough, Mike Paterson, Margaret Ryall, Stephen Zeifman. Visit 2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects for

Zonification

Zonification is the title of my exhibition which takes place in Gallery A at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. The exhibition coincides with my role as artist in residence at the Art Lab from July 13 – Sept 6, 2016. Oshawa

Zonification

Zonification is the title of my exhibition which takes place in Gallery A at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. The exhibition coincides with my role as artist in residence at the Art Lab from July 13 – Sept 6, 2016. Oshawa

Counting Cars at Richmond and Victoria Sts Parking Lot

Tracing Ambiguity

The Art Gallery of Mississauga presents my new solo exhibition Tracing Ambiguity in the XIT-RM space! The exhibition documents a diverse range of tactics used to explore the potential of semiotics found in “non-places” such as parking lots, or threshold

Counting Cars at Richmond and Victoria Sts Parking Lot

Tracing Ambiguity

The Art Gallery of Mississauga presents my new solo exhibition Tracing Ambiguity in the XIT-RM space! The exhibition documents a diverse range of tactics used to explore the potential of semiotics found in “non-places” such as parking lots, or threshold