Past Exhibitions

"IN THE WILD" Art Exhibition

Main Gallery

Show Passed

Dates: August 28 - October 5, 2019

Reception: Saturday, September 7, 2019, 7 -9 pm

 

About the Exhibition: IN THE WILD is an art show that visually explores the impressive wildlife that we share this world with. Animals and their habitat continue to be awe-inspiring and looking at them and considering them brings us closer to nature; they remind us that, as humans we want to care about the natural world and value things beyond what we have manufactured. IN THE WILD art show calls for artists to showcase their animal and nature art and invites audiences to come and see the majestic beauty of wildlife and mother nature on display that will be sure to captivate the imagination!

About the Juror: Artworks will be chosen by renowned artist, Olaf Schneider who studied at the Ontario College of Art and at Sheridan College. Olaf’s artwork can be found in galleries across the United States and Canada, and has been shown in a number of solo and group exhibitions including Chapel St. Bernardin and The Louvre, SNBA Salon in France. In 2015, his artwork won for Woodbine Raceway and he was the first place award winner that same year for International Artist Magazine. In 2017, his artworks were added to the Ducks Unlimited Artist Portfolio. Learn more about Olaf Schneider at www.olaf.ca

"Autumn Liminality" Art Show

Main Gallery

Show Passed

Reception: Friday, October 25, 2019, 7 -9 pm

Curated by Regan Jane Hayward.

Sponsored by The Wee Smoke Shop

 

About the Exhibition:

An art exhibition exploring the threshold of mystery worlds that interrupt familiar reality  

Come and take the tour of the alternate realm at Beaux Arts in October 2019. Explore a surreal world full of alternate reality playgrounds via artist’s paintings, illustrations, cartoons, photography, drawings and digital media.

As we reach the moment in time between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice and our eyes look for a future and our minds linger on the past, we feel our arrival into the month of October. We welcome the harvest season and prepare for the start of the darker half of the year, at Halloween. We prepare to embrace the fuzzy monsters and goblins, we watch for friendly and frightening ghosts, willingly seeking out the stories of unusual galaxies and salute those stories of the other worldly kind!

Autumn Liminality Art show takes us over an edge where the usual identity disintegrates, and the dark and light parts of the in-between are seen. Freely wander along the gallery space with no linear offerings other than the visual artistry of fantasy that invites internal consideration and connection to all that is different. Explore, discover and build the next-level story yourself. Meet other people there, hold space in the selfie backgrounds, engage in the storytelling about the crossing of dimensions and feel the arrival of the future with no more time to look back.

Exhibiting Artists: 

Amanda Bhika, April Bhamra, Carrie Campbell, Christi Anne Abraham, Christopher Harms, Connie Munson, Enrique Bravo, Evan MacKinnon, Gabriella Tersigni, Gail Burstyn, Gisele Boileau, H. Christa Zimmer, Josephine Condotta, Kayleigh Allen, Kyle Langlois, Leah Margaret Borges, Mehtaab Wachhair, Michael Brennan, Michelle Winters, Monica Burnside, Parwinder Kainth, Pat Tadier, Rupinder Kainth, Shawn Duarte.

A Magical Interlude

Cove Gallery

Artworks by April Bodiam

Show Passed 

Dates: July 31 - August 24, 2019

Reception: Thursday August 8, 2019 @ 7-9pm

About Exhibition: A Magical Interlude is a moment in time, presenting works that are inspired by nature and spirituality. An eclectic mix of abstract art using various techniques, mediums and colour is sure to intrigue the observer and perhaps give them an opportunity to connect deeper within themselves.

 

About the Artist: April Bodiam starting with drawing and painting as a little girl, painting figurines for her family members and creating sculptures and abstract paintings in high school.  As an adult, she finds peace in painting abstract paintings.  It brings her great joy to share these creations with you.  April uses many different mediums, such as gesso, acrylics, oils and metallics. Painting is a fluid experience often depending on her mood and inspiration.  April has many styles of abstract painting, depending on what is calling her.  The paintings manifest through her as natural as the flow of water down a stream.

New Members' Show - Colour and Form Society

Main Gallery

Show Passed 

Dates: July 31 - August 24, 2019

Reception: Wednesday July 31, 2019 @ 7-9pm

About Exhibition: All art lovers are invited to come and see this fabulous display of original artwork by the new members of the Colour and Form Society!

About Colour and Form: The Colour and Form Society is a non-commercial society, promoting quality art and freedom of expression. Its members consistently exhibit throughout the year. Since its formation in 1952, the Society has continued to grow, welcoming artists from different parts of the world. The Colour and Form Society is now an integral part of the artistic community of Canada and is one of the major art societies in Ontario. Singular in its multi-cultural structure, it adds new dimension to the Canadian identity.

Colours of South Asia

Main & Cove Gallery

Show Passed

Dates: July 16 - July 27, 2019
Reception: Thursday July 18 2019, 7 - 9 pm

About VASA: Visual Arts of South Asia (VASA) - Arts Festival each year hosts and facilitates various art activities such as an art exhibition, free workshops and a community art project with an underlying objective of bringing together Canadian artists from different cultures as well as create awareness of art, appreciate local talent and engaging the community. The event showcases South Asian culture as it evolves in this country and integrates with Canadian values.

About Exhibition: Colours of South Asia invites art that narrates and explores social, cultural and transitional experiences. VASA is keen to see art that brings to life personal stories, memories and influences that are important to the Artist.

TRANSITIONS Art Exhibition

Main Gallery

Show Passed

​Show Dates: June 5th - July 13th, 2019

Reception: June 13th, 2019 @ 7-9pm

Curated by Regan Jane Hayward.

 

​About the Exhibition: During sunshine and sunset, as we live through the different seasons that we know to expect or when we experience a personal change, moving from one state to another, a type of productive and dynamic disruption takes place. A visual art showcase of various subject matters, that explores the process or periods of change that people, places and things undergo when transitioning from one condition to another.

About the Curator: Regan Jane Hayward is an independent art curator specializing in interdisciplinary collaboration with artists who share a vision to explore subjects and issues impacting personal development and collective consciousness. Regan is a graduate of CMU college of Make Up Art & Design, Ryerson University Arts & Entertainment Management Program and OCAD University Curatorial Development, Art Theory, Criticism & Design. Regan continues her Art History Studies at University of Toronto and keeps a studio space for her curatorial practice at Beaux Arts Brampton.

 

Exhibiting Artists: Amanda Bhika, Annie Pelletier, April Bhamra, Ava Seth, Betty Drebot, Carrie Campbell, E.C.Munson, Evan MacKinnon, Cynthia Hartzenberg, Gisele Boileau, H. Christa Zimmer, Helen Duplassie, Jamie Mace, Jane Baran, Jasmine Rock, Josephine Condotta, Kulpreet Rana,
Leah Borges, Michael Brennan, Nasim Abeaian, Pat Tadier, Peter Cheung, Sam Catalfamo, Sana Ahmed, Tara Cress and Yesenia Rodriguez.

Visual Arts Brampton Teen Student Exhibition

Cove Gallery

Show Passed

Show Dates: June 5th – July 6th, 2019 

Reception: June 12th, 2019 @ 7-9pm  

About the Exhibition: The Visual Arts Brampton Teen Student exhibit is composed of work that is representative of traditional and modern techniques that are taught to the students in VAB art programs. Each piece in the exhibit expresses the unique styles and personalities of the individual teenage artists. Visitors to this exhibit will emerge with an understanding of the maturity, skill, and depth of expression present in the teenage population.

 

About Visual Arts Brampton: As a non-profit organization, Visual Arts Brampton strives to maintain a positive, supportive community that fosters and encourages creativity in artists of all ages and skill levels.

Visual Arts Brampton offers quality programming including unique weekly art classes for teens and children, workshops in a variety of media for adults and weekly drop-in open studio, life and portrait drawing sessions. Throughout the year, Visual Arts Brampton organizes and participates in numerous community events and exhibits at multiple locations across the city.

Whether you are looking to develop your artistic skills, create with like-minded individuals, or exhibit your work – the Visual Arts Brampton community will help to encourage your creativity.

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