Archive for the ‘Exhibits’ Category

Willows and Watersheds: The Grand River Landscape

    The Grand River has held many names for many years. In Mohawk language the river is known as O:se Kenhionhata:tie meaning “Willow River”; after French colonists arrived in Southwestern Ontario they dubbed it “La Rapide” or “ La […]

Stephen Mazza

Stephen Mazza’s hybrid human/ rabbit sculptures are technically charming, combining tactility with integrated anatomy. Through his ceramic sculptures, Mazza takes us into the world of our mythological, fanciful heredity. We respond to his works with humour in these quiet disarming […]

Corinne Duchesne

Ten foot mixed-media drawings on Mylar possess commanding images of animals and humans in disruptive environments. Duchesne combines her reclaimed sketches, layering, glazing, and beautifully drawn figurative work. Duchesne works with the smooth surface of the Mylar to make it […]