Views from Nocturnal Reflections at Agnes Jamieson Gallery

 

These are views of the exhibition of my oil paintings celebrating the vitality of the city at the Agnes Jamieson Gallery in Minden , Ontario, curated by Laurie Carmount. This is a great gallery in the beautiful Haliburton Highlands. The  exhibition ran from May 29 to July 2, 2018  alongside another city themed exhibit by Matt McInnes, titled Notes from the Brightside Neighboorhood Project.

Nocturnal Reflections at Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden

Exhibition of oil paintings showing the vitality of the city; some depict close-ups of roads and streets, reinforcing the feeling of movement and human activity, while others offer a broader contextual view.
May 29 – July 2, 2018
Opening reception and artist talk Saturday June 2, 2-4pm
176 Bobcaygeon Road, Minden, ON

24 Market part of The Views Are Different Here

The Views Are Different Here is an exhibition examining Toronto’s identity at the John B. Aird Gallery. This  collaborative exhibit was made possible by the University of Toronto Master of Museum Studies Graduate Capstone Project, the John B. Aird Gallery,  the City of Toronto and the Art Connections Program. It is  curated by Amanda McNeil and Nikita Lorenzo.
The exhibition runs March 6 – April 6, 2018, with an opening reception on March 8, from 6 – 8pm.
More information here

New work featuring Peterborough

Wet street after heavy rain reflects red, yellow, orange, purple and white lights from traffic and commercial signs. On the left we see a modern four-story building, opposite an older building, both in orange and brown hues. The sky is filled with dark blue clouds, and breaking up, showing light blue and light purple
Transition

Transition – oil on canvas, 30 x 30″, 75 x 75 cm

It was a late afternoon early December and the rain poured down on Peterborough. Just when I stepped outside on Aylmer Street the sky started to clear; the rain would soon be over.

The Aylmer and Hunter intersection features the old and the new. A recent apartment building on the west side across from vintage Sandy’s Variety that bookends Hunter Street’s entertainment stretch, a part of town very much in transition.

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