The show runs from June 3-30, 2017. To learn more about the show and the artist, please give us a call for event details and much more.
This show runs throughout the month of May from the 1st to the 31st with a reception from 7-10 pm on Saturday, May 5th. Triumvirate Observations features Brian Anderson, Michael Lindon, and Delfina Mehes. Anderson shows the mystery and tranquility of a Savannah morning, the ancient rugged textures of a tree in Bark Skin, and the expressive nature of gesture. Lindon observes life, death, and the passion of Mexican culture through faces encountered during his visit to Mexico. Mehes inspires emotions driven by memories with images of stone and marble statuaries from Italy that convey aged beauty and honour the dead.
Meet Brigitte and members of Project Canoe.
A portion of sales will be donated by Brigitte and Latitude 44 to Project Canoe, an organization that supports youth facing barriers. One of their initiatives provides young people with wilderness canoe trips.
“We use the outdoors extensively for young people who face economic, social and mental health barriers and are thrilled to be part of this fundraising event, especially for our 40th anniversary.” Tim Richardson, Project Canoe Executive Director. “Trying to capture the essence of summer in paint has been a joy and a challenge…my last solo show included only canoes but summer means that and more to me and I really wanted to explore that idea” Brigitte Nowak, Artist.
Montréal based artist Denise Buisman Pilger, will present her unique view of the familiar urban landscape in a solo exhibition titled: ‘Cities Through My Eyes’, at Latitude 44 Gallery, 2900 Dundas St. W. Toronto. The exhibition features the artist’s most recent works, in which she presents a series of condensed memories of her travels. The show runs from April 8 -28, with a special event to celebrate the exhibition on Saturday, April 8, 4pm – 7pm.
“I feel incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to share my work with the wonderful people of Toronto. Canada has been very good to me and will always hold a special place in my heart. I really hope everyone will join us for the special opening Latitude 44 Gallery so I have a chance thank you all for making me feel welcome and at home these past eight years!”
‘Adørn: Objects for Better Living’ a collection of objects designed by Toronto product and jewellery designer, Jade Dumrath. Jade has forged a strong relationship between her passion for craft and design expressed through her work. Her Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing BFA, completed at NSCAD University.
Join us at Latitude 44 on Thursday March 31, 2016 from 6pm-9pm for the opening of ‘SEARCHING’, artist Tia Gillespie’s intimate, thought provoking show. ‘SEARCHING’ is a quest for the preservation of memory which morphs into an alchemical journey. The discovery of the creative potential for encapsulating the ephemeral and its capacity for binding the past and the future through the present moment. Tia uses realism to explore the moments that life creates and the imprints left in their wake. Come and meet Tia. This show runs from March 31, 2016-April 30, 2016.
We are excited to host this very special exhibit of Rose Hirano’s Wood Block Prints. Come and join us for an artist reception on Thursday November 19, 2015 6-9pm. Meet Rose and enjoy her remarkable retrospective spanning 15 years. This show runs from November 1-30, 2015
Latitude 44 Gallery artists Iryna Toustsik and Janet Potter will be giving alternate demonstrations on Saturday, June 20, 2015. Iryna will demonstrate the art of traditional felting at 1:00pm & 3:00pm and Janet will demonstrate on how to make an old book into a notebook at 2:00pm & 4:00pm. Come, see our new art & decor while finding what we have on special.
Come join us and make your own unique needle felted Easter Egg. We provide all the materials and you will take home a beautiful work of art you have created. Felt artist Iryna will show you step by step. There are only 8 spaces. What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. March 29. 1pm-4pm
Taking place from Nov 18 – Dec 18, our new exhibition showcases the sculptures of Hugh Russel.
Hugh Russel is a renowned Canadian sculptor whose figurative bronzes can be found in collections around the world. He trained and worked in the field of commercial art, and now applies that rigorous discipline to his sculptor.
Hugh rightly calls himself a storyteller. All of his meticulously researched and beautifully crafted pieces are more than just perfect portrayals of a particular person or animal, they record instants in time. “I want to you to see the change in the horse’s pace and feel the fatigue of the rider,” says Hugh, “I want to capture the moment the dancer lifts his head just before he leaps.”The sculptor’s extraordinary knowledge of anatomy and his empathy for his subject matter combine with spectacular results. His sense of humour and whimsy add another dimension to his smaller pieces, which are often representations of animals in motion, or fantastical creatures and mythical beings.
Award-winning artist Brigitte Nowak’s first solo show of canoe paintings at Latitude 44 Gallery. Brigitte and Latitude 44 are jointly donating a portion of the proceeds from each painting to Project Canoe, a charitable organization which, over the past 37 years, has developed a strong record of supports for at-risk youth through outdoor activities, including wilderness canoe trips.
Join us for an opening night fundraiser event, Thursday 23 October, 6 – 9 PM.
The show runs from October 16 to November 13, 2014.
We are excited to be hosting the first annual show of One Of A Kind Art Dolls. We will be showcasing some unique and intriguing dolls from some very creative art doll makers. If you have never experienced One of a Kind Art Dolls, prepare to be impressed.
The show runs from June 20 to July 31, 2014. There will be an opening night celebration on Saturday, 21 June, 2014 from 7pm-10 pm, here in the Junction. While you are here join in the Junction Summer Solstice Festival, from noon to midnight.