Exhibitions – 2016


39th Annual Juried Exhibition

December 10, 2016 – January 15, 2017

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Northumberland Went to War

November 3 – Decemnwtwpicber 4, 2016 
Northumberland Went to War is a commemorative exhibition and is supported with contributions from Northumberland County.

The Opening Reception will be held on Thursday, November 3rd from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Northumberland County Warden Gil Brocanier will speak at 7:15 pm with entertainment to be provided by Ian and Sharon Graham of Brighton.

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Fragmenturalism
September 3 – October 30, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, September 3rd from 2 to 4 pm

This series of artworks represents young adults, their attitudes and the way they communicate in the modern-day world. It symbolizes the collision between conformity and non-conformity and will feature large-scale linocuts hand-printed on paper.

Romanian-born print maker Florin Hategan explains: “This project is polemical discourse upon the disintegration and eventual disappearance of traditional communities – a process I call Fragmenturalism – the term is derived by combining the words fragmentation and fracture.” Florin has been living in Canada since 1994 and his works have been presented internationally in more than 90 national and international biennial and triennial competitions. Florin has won awards in Canada, US, Serbia, Bulgaria, Taiwan and Japan and is represented in private and public collections in Canada, USA, Europe, Taiwan and Japan.

Florin has a MSc in Civil Engineering and undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and has been working in printmaking and oil painting since 1992. He currently resides and works in Maple, Ontario.

 


Going Solo
May 5 – July 10, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, May 5th from 7 to 9 pm

This solo exhibition represents Mike Smalley’s first decade as a painter. Smalley’s deep love of typography and calligraphy permeates in his work through his emphasis on a visible line and his dedication to follow its connection throughout each work. His work has been shown internationally and work resides in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Beijing.

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From the Private Collection of the Macdonald Family.


Women’s Work: Artists in the Collection of Terri Lipman
March 10 – May 1, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, March 10th from 7 to 9 pm

This exhibition, curated by seasoned art collector Terri Lipman,  featured historical and contemporary works by Canadian and International women. Acquiring works by women artists has been both a priority and focus for Lipman. Some of the female artists on display included: Helen Cavalier Quinn Campbell, Lisa DiQuinzio, Helen Flockhart, Heather Goodchild, Pegi Nicol MacLeod, Jennifer Murphy, Doris Richardson, Genia Rickerson, Margaux Williamson, Mary Wrinch and Jane Zednik.


Butterfly Skull
Jennifer Murphy
Collage: paper and thread
From the Private Collection of Terri Lipman.


Northumberland Honours the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
January 14 – February 28, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, January 14th from 7 to 9 pm

Curated by Shelagh Stewart, this exhibition will honour Academicians from Northumberland County and will feature works from their personal collections, in addition to pieces from our permanent collection.  Also on exhibit and on loan from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts  is a self-portrait project of works by academy members.
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2015 Exhibitions

38th Annual Juried Art Exhibition
November 12 – December 22, 2015
Opening reception: Thursday, November 12th from 7 to 9 pm

Discover the talented artists of Northumberland County in our annual juried show. The exhibition featured works in a wide variety of mediums including acrylic, oil, multi-media, photography, charcoal and graphite. Please click here for more information about the exhibition.

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Sun and Glass
Deborah Uman-Sures
Multi-media: acrylic, collage, inks, charcoal
Juror’s Choice, 1st Place