Showing posts from November, 2011

Local Produce 2011: On Ice

Closing Event and Art Auction
Sunday December 4th, 2 - 4 p.m.

The 2011 Local Produce theme, On Ice, encouraged regional artists to be inspired by winter activities. Sports, including ice-skating, hockey, and skiing come to mind, as well as other activities like sledding, hiking – or maybe just a good old fashioned snow-ball fight. It is hard to be Canadian without enjoying outdoor winter activities; even if we do it from the comfort of a warm studio!  The Niagara region offers a wealth of opportunities for winter fun and our talented regional artists provided many wonderful images inspired by the season.

All of the works in the exhibition are for sale by silent auction; bidding has been on-going through out the show and will close on Sunday, December 4 at 4 p.m. Make sure to be at the gallery between 2 and 4 p.m. on Sunday to enjoy the art, share some seasonal friendship and good cheer and place your bids. You could walk away s with a wonderful work of art – the perfect gift for yourself…
Paranormal Hallucinations

Opening Reception: Sat. Dec. 17th 7-11pm

From graffiti and street art, science fiction and tattooing, to cartooning, fine art, master shading and pristine line work - Paranormal Hallucinations will twist your senses and flip your head around. With so many different styles converging into one gallery the outcome will be exceptional. Come witness the divergent beauty of 16 Artists with different backgrounds, all united through one common medium used in their works; Pen . Ink . Brush .

Official Website

Featured Artists:


LLEW payote

Deuce Seven

Egyptian jason


Josh and Amy Shandick

Mikey Big Breakfast

Conrad Carlson


Ryan C. Doyle

Mikey I.T.

Tamara Santibanez

Othello Gervacio

Mike. P


Curated by:
Safwat Riad

Drinks provided by Pabst Blue Ribbon

Colour Me Winter: Seasonal Open House

Join us on Sunday November 27, 2011 from 2 - 4 p.m.
For Apple Cider and Sweets Music, Art, and Crafts for Kids
Tours available from our dedicated Tour Guides of our current exhibition: Local Produce: On Ice Artwork by regional artists inspired by winter sports and activities
Admission is Free and Everyone is welcome!

Hand Held News

The 'In Suspense' exhibition is into it's last two days so if you haven't seen it yet head down to the gallery Thursday or Friday to check it out (you might be lucky on Saturday as i'm not sure when I will need to take it down). It's a show that I am pretty proud of and would love for you all to get the chance to see it in person.

Up next is Suse Scholem's 'Abject Object' opening next Thursday eve December 1st 6-8pm.