The gallery will be closed from August 4 - 22 for our summer holidays. 

We appreciate your understanding for our need for some quiet time. We will check phone and email messages frequently.

Dagmara Genda of MOMUS reviews Wanda Koop's "VIEW from HERE" paintings currently on display at the WAG.

Read the review HERE

Aganetha Dyck at Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Owen Sound

September 20, 2015 - January 10, 2015

Exhibiting The Last Canvases, Feeder Boards, Arrival and Bee-keeper Suit.

Vincent Cherniak of the London Yodeller reviews James Kirkpatrick & Terrance Houle's July exhibitions.  Read review HERE

Susan Dobson at Shenkman Arts Centre, Ottawa

September 4 - October 18, 2015

Exhibiting the entire suite of "Viewfinder" photographs.

Wanda Koop has a new exhibition "VIEW from HERE" at the Winnipeg Art Gallery from February 21 and extended to August 31.

Wanda  Koop’s new suite of paintings both affirms and disrupts two quite different genres: landscape and portraiture. Using ink and acrylic on canvas, these nine-by-seven-foot works use landscape tropes to compose immense and surreal human heads that seem to float in ambiguous space. Unmoored from any depiction of the body, their scale demands a paradoxical bodily encounter with the viewer, one that parallels the artist’s physical engagement with both medium and ground in creating them.

Each of the eight heads recalls elements of one of Koop’s earlier landscape series, such as Satellite Cities, Native Fires, and Deep Bay, and all pose existential questions about who ...

Wanda Koop has two upcoming exhibitions in Washington, DC until September 4.

'SEEWAY' will be exhibited in two parts: One exhibition will open at the Canadian Embassy on March 17th, and run until September 4th.  The second exhibition will open at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on March 20th, and run until May 15th.

View Wanda Koop's work HERE

Our Sizzling Summer Soiree on Friday, July 10 was a huge success.  James Kirkpatrick's paintings set the perfect tone for the lively evening and Terrance Houle's humourous performance capped off the evening.

View party pics from the night:


Click PLAY below to watch our walk-through video of James Kirkpatrick's "New Special Good Times Forever" July 2015 exhibition:

John Kissick "The Boom Bits" at the Thames Art Gallery from July 10 - September 6, 2015

Opening Reception Saturday, July 18 at 8pm.

More info HERE