Previous Shows

October 22 - 23, 202211 am - 5 pm

Jack Pine Gallery's Annual Fall Juried Art Exhibition  includes artwork from contemporary artists, reflecting a wide range of styles including watercolour, acrylic, oil painting, sketching and photographic art.

The series, Resilience: Pulse,  will be displayed at the exhibition and will be  at the beautiful, 3 storey John Mckenzie Historic House (34 Parkview Ave, North York, Toronto).

 

This artwork won second place for figure drawing at the exhibition. 

 

This red brick house incudes a grand L-shaped, wrap-around verandah with stylized Doric columns was built in a style which has been described as Edwardian, Queen Anne Revival and Arts and Crafts.

 

The house is an important part of North York's history - one of John Mckenzie's brothers, Alexander Mckenzie, became Canada's second Prime Minister. The Ontario Historical Society is committed to restoring and maintaining this property – the house, milk house, stable and coach house. 

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September 6 - 25, 2022

This snapshot of my work is titled “Disposition” – reflecting inherent qualities of mind and character. The piece selected here is an expression of my personal feelings as I grow up, the primitive and subconscious emotions that are at the very core of human nature.

Resilience  and the series Resilience: Pulse will be displayed in the Emergence Gallery, at the Neilson Park Creative Center. 

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July 19 - August 5, 2022

IMPACT is the Neilson Park Creative Center’s most anticipated show that fosters creativity in the artistic community. IMPACT 2022 aims to bring together artists practicing in diverse media and approaches, both traditional and contemporary, while showcasing artwork of the highest standard.

Ataraxy was selected out of 222 submitted artworks to be displayed at the show.  

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