Owned and operated by the City of Ottawa, the Trinity Art Gallery features the works of local and regional artists in two exhibition salons. Artists are selected through an annual peer assessment process.

Trinity Gallery: Salon A - 2016

April 21 to May 16 - Young at Art 2016

Artwork by Young at Art artistYoung at Art is an exceptional opportunity for Ottawa visual artists between the ages of 12 and 19 years to reach out to their communities – and beyond – through the experience of a citywide, juried art exhibition.

 

 

 

 

 

May 19 to June 14 - Steven Fick: Rebirth, transformation, reconciliation

Painting by Steven FickPaintings drawing on influences from the sacred art of Western, Eastern, Middle Eastern and Aboriginal traditions, as well as the grammar of my own subconscious—based on experiences during meditation, extended fasts, ceremony, and in dreams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 June 23 to July 19 - Ann Gruchy:  COUNTERPOINT: …harmony in layers

Mixed Media by Ann GruchyA series of mixed media, semi-abstract–to-non-objective work on canvas and paper, each painting is a study of colour, movement and value, and explores the interdependence of layers working together to enhance contrast, depth and light.

 

 

 

 

 

July 21 to August 23 - Marie Léger: Landscapes: Real and Imagined

Encaustic by Marie LégerMarie Leger wishes to convey her visual understanding of nature using beeswax as a painting medium. Her form of imagery alternates between realism and semi abstraction.  Her paintings explore vivid colours, simplified form and rich textures.

 

 

 

 

 

August 25 to September 20 - Maya Hum: Evoking Worlds

Mixed Media Drawing by Maya HumAn exhibition featuring delicate and detailed mixed-media drawings by artist and illustrator, Maya Hum. This series presents imagined environments balanced between reality and the mind’s eye. Evoking new worlds, each image explores personal memories and narratives for inquiry.

 

 

 

 

 

September 22, October 18 - AOE Arts Council: Sélections 2016

AOE logoAnnual, juried exhibition of works in a variety of media by members of AOE Arts Council - a vibrant, non-profit arts service organization. The Arts Council is dedicated to promoting, supporting and developing the arts in Ottawa.

 

 

 

 

Painting by Hamid AyoubOctober 20 to November 22 - Hamid Ayoub: Contemplation on Colour’s Conversation

The exhibition is about the interaction of the properties of colour – hue, value, density – in an abstracted visual conversation. Brush and palette knife shape the spontaneous flow of acrylic paint in a rhythmic harmony, symbolically suggesting human interaction.

 

 

 

 

2017

November 24, 2016 to January 3, 2017 - Danielle Dumas: Nature's Artwork

Landscape Painting by Danielle DumasLandscapes are all around us; part of our daily life and of our most pleasant and precious memories. Nature’s artwork evokes peace and joy and brings images that soothe our inner selves in so many ways.

  

 

 

 

 

January 5 to February 7 - Victor Pavlov: 20-Minute Workouts - Watercolour Life-Drawings

Watercolour Life-Drawing by Victor Pavlov The beauty of the human body has captivated our attention since the beginning of time. Victor Pavlov is presenting sketches captured in 20-munute life-drawing sessions, giving viewers a direct window into watercolour’s techniques mixed with artistic passion, risks, mistakes, and lessons learned.

 

 

 

 

February 9 to March 14 - Arteast: Mosaic

arteast logoMember artists, from the beginner to the professional, were encouraged to submit their best two and 3 dimensional works to this recurring juried exhibition. The selected works display the diverse talents of the Arteast membership.

 

 

 

 

 

Trinity Gallery: Salon B - 2016 

April 21 to May 16 - Young at Art 2016

Artwork by Young at Art artistYoung at Art is an exceptional opportunity for Ottawa visual artists between the ages of 12 and 19 years to reach out to their communities – and beyond – through the experience of a citywide, juried art exhibition.

 

 

 

 

 

May 19 to June 14 - Ottawa Watercolour Society: THAT’S WATERCOLOUR!

Watercolour by Ottawa Watercolour Society artistBehold the interplay between brush, water, paper and watercolour paints to create artwork that is serendipitous, whimsical, serene, reflective, emotive, and dramatic. Watercolour does this and more. The artist is the agent, the creator, the controller, the witness. 

 

 

 

 

 

June 23 to July 19 - Manotick Art Association: A Splash of Colour

Artwork by Manotick Art Association artist

MAA artists display their own unique interpretation of this theme in a variety of mediums and styles.  We are fascinated by the processes through which inspiration occurs and it is our passion to explore, develop and celebrate our differences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 21 to August 23 - Shannon Whittle: Fix What's Underneath

Painting by Shannon Whittle I'm looking at issues of ownership, value, and life-cycle of consumer objects.  I'm working with re-purposed products and manually mimicking mass-production methods.  I'm also recycling previously unexhibited work and editing the canvases manually but similarly to digital image-editing tools.  

 

 

 

 

 

August 25 to September 20 - Bert van der Plas: Uniek {unique}

Photography by Bert Can Der PlasUniek features works exploring the use of materials intended for one usage transformed into clothing. Each piece is modeled and photographed in an attempt to enhance its uniekness.

 

 

 

 

 

September 22, October 18 - AOE Arts Council: Sélections 2016

AOE arts council logoAnnual, juried exhibition of works in a variety of media by members of AOE Arts Council - a vibrant, non-profit arts service organization. The Arts Council is dedicated to promoting, supporting and developing the arts in Ottawa.

 

 

 

October 20 to November 22 - Carol Howard Donati: Remark

Mixed Media by Carol Howard DonatiMessages from the everyday: Art created from repurposed household materials provides commentary on patterns of daily life and issues of concern related to safety, food security, and the environment.

 

 

 

 

 

2017

November 24, 2016 to January 3, 2017 - Shirley Yik: Anthrop-o-scene

Drawing by Shirley YikAnthrop-o-scene is a play on the word ‘Anthropocene’, a new geological epoch coined to mark the significant impact human activities have on the planet. This exhibition explores aspects of life in the Anthropocene and its implications.

   

 

 

 

 

January 5 to February 7 - Vens Vesselinov: A Journey into Light and Colour

Artwork by Venz VesselinovMemories of joy, places of calm and dynamic change are kept close to our hearts. My art reflects the passage of time as a path of light and colour. I invite the audience on a journey to seek out the shapes and symbols along this path.

 

 

 

 

 

February 9 to March 14 - Arteast: Mosaic

arteast logoMember artists, from the beginner to the professional, were encouraged to submit their best two and 3 dimensional works to this recurring juried exhibition. The selected works display the diverse talents of the Arteast membership.

 

Trinity Art Gallery

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