Owned and operated by the City of Ottawa, the Atrium Art Gallery features the works of local and regional artists. Artists are selected through peer assessment.
Atrium Art Gallery
Canada Naturally / Mafalda Silva - June 23 to July 19, 2017
Moments in Life
Inspired by intimate stories, emotions and memories that reflect me as a person. My photographs are hand-stitched to create layers and add different dimensions. This work uses nature and birds to illustrate my immigration experience.
An exhibition in the Canada Naturally series.
Eric Davignon - July 21 to August 16, 2017
This collection presents earthly landscapes which could just as easily come from a fairy tale. The interplay of colour and whimsical subjects lends itself to the imagination allowing the audience to create a world of fantasy surrounding the works.
Catherine Timm and Rosemary Hynes Driscoll - August 18 to September 20, 2017
Pushing the Limits in Fibre and Glass
An exhibition featuring the rigidity of fused glass and the soft, malleable textures of fibre and how they work together. This art encourages artists and viewers to think beyond the typical. Using composition, colour and texture, the two mediums compliment and balance each other.
Puck Janes - September 22 to October 18, 2017
Land from Above and Below
In Land from Above and Below I mix traditional clay working methods with non-traditional glaze and surface treatments to create pieces that reconsider the Western cultural conceptions of landscape.
Mona Turner - October 20 to November 22, 2017
The deployed tear gas, smoke, and water cannons used for crowd control are at once horrific and beautiful. The billowing, swirling gasses and flying streams of water relate to the dramatic stormy canvases of JMW Turner.
Doris Lamontagne - November 24, 2017 to January 3, 2018
"WATER" is us.
The necessity to get away from the daily grind and its routines in order to allow you time for reflection: the primordial need to be near water and to experience the fusion of time and environment.
Christine Blais - January 5 to February 7, 2018
A Romantic Self-Destruction: Aesthetic Forms and Their Opposites
'Tar' represents our reliance on crude oil despite its destructive effects transforming an unappealing medium into an aesthetically pleasing depiction of the human form, while focusing on polarity and conflict. In the beauty of human life we find the ugliness of self-destruction.
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