Upcoming Shows, Sales and Exhibitions
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Circular Dimensions @ Carnegie Gallery
Maya Foltyn, Visual Artist
Heidi McKenzie, Ceramic Artist
February 7 – March 1, 2020
reception Friday, February 7, 2020 7pm -9:30pm
Artists' Walk Through, Sunday February 23rd 2-3pm
Featuring the paintings and drawings of Maya Foltyn, and the ceramic sculpture of Heidi McKenzie. The unifying theme that surrounds the dialogue between the works of these two Toronto-based artists is the spherical gesture of line through abstraction.
10 King St W, Dundas, ON L9H 1T7
Oakville Spring Marketplace - Haftseen Bazaar
You are invited to participate in Haftseen Bazaar -a cultural Spring Marketplace in Oakville- to have a table and present/sell your products or services to the visitors.
Every year, diverse communities across the GTA, celebrate the start of Spring in March as their New Year. Haftseen Bazaar is a celebration of Persian arts and culture.
We will also have many interesting activities during the 2-day event, such as traditional music and dance, cultural food and fun activities for the kids; the admission for this bazaar is free for the public.
For more information and to book a table please contact:
416-807-2482 (Bita) & 416-556-6500 (Hanieh)
We are having an early bird offer as follow:
6’ table $190
8’ table $290
Please note that the early bird offer will end on January 31st ,and it’s first come first serve.
Upcoming Events at The Gardiner Museum
Denise Smith – January & February 2020 inside the shop
Denise Smith is a ceramic sculptor from Thunder Bay, Ontario. She is a graduate of the University of Regina’s Master of Fine Arts program, in Saskatchewan (2016), and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay (2010).
Marney McDiarmid – January & February 2020 in the shop lobby vitrine
Marney McDiarmid is a self-taught ceramic artist with an MA in Oral History and five years toward a PhD in Cultural Studies. Since the mid-1990s, she created lushly decorated handbuilt pieces out of porcelain, renowned for their grace and whimsy. Marney’s work has appeared in the series “Prints on Clay” by Lark Ceramics and in the National Post. In 2017, she was awarded “Best in Show” at the FUSION Clay and Glass exhibit in Toronto.
Meet and greet with the artist - January 26, 12 to 1 pm
Burlington Art Gallery
Holding Space: Samantha Dickie. Until January 26, 2020
An exhibition of over 1000 ceramic compo-
nents exploring our multi-faceted relationship with space – both physically and philosophically. Hung from the ceiling, suspended on the wall and standing tall – raw, abstracted forms interact within the installation as an interface between our human and spatial experiences; the relation- ship between the lived and the abstract or conceptual www.agb.life
Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery
On Collecting Clay and Glass. Four private collectors of clay and glass works share pieces from their collections in an exploration of the practice of collecting. Mid-December to March 22. Opening reception January 12.
Public Art in Glass. January 11 to March 22.
Rocks in My Head: Carol Rossman. January 11 to March 22. In the second installment of the Gal- lery’s Emerging Talent Series, emerging curator and writer, Peter Flannery collaborates with es- tablished Canadian ceramist Carol Rossman.
2019 Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics Exhibition. Nurielle Stern is celebrated in this exhibittion alongside the other finalists. Until January 5.From the Collection: A Bestiary.
A Remembering: star stories and waterbodies. A creative partnership between artist Shawna Redskye and curator Chloe Blair. Until January 5.
Gala Parisien. Annual Fundraising Gala March 28. www.theclayandglass.ca
The Gardiner Museum
Savour: Food Culture in the Age of Enlightenment. Until January 19
Nurielle Stern. Until June 30. www.gardinermuseum.on.ca
I am pleased to announce the AWBZ Visual Art Collection, Global Affairs Canada has recently purchased 5 ceramic sculptures from my series Invisibility Cloaks (2018-2019) and Growing Wings (2017-19). With the acquisition, my work is now represented in a major public Canadian art collection. Photos and statement can be accessed on my website https://www.kathykranias.com/new-work
The Gardiner Museum Shop will have a small selection of this series for sale beginning next week.