Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Deadline for email submissions is Sept.1, 2012.to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pls. submit 2 - 4 images of paintings relevant to the theme of the show, "Passages" and provide description,(size, medium, price) and biography, cv ,and website link .
Group show of paintings highlighting experiences of physical or mental travel, growth, life stages, events or personal transformation.
Tay Gallery Kanata , 471 Hazeldean Rd. Kanata. 613-836-4169. www.taygallerykanata.com
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Join us next week for the opening of our spring show, Fresh featuring four artists with encaustic paintings by Ted Duncan, oils by Paulette Marie Sauve , Denis Larouche and Twyla Webster. The show will run until April 30,2012.
Anne Barkley: "A Sense of Place" during the month of May and
John Alexander Day: "Light and Shadow" in June.
For July and August, The pace slows with " Summer Siesta", annual summer group show.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Tay Gallery Kanata presents Matters of the Heart, featuring figure paintings by Julie Himel, Susan Jillette, Terry Ananny and Marianna Mikhaylyan.
Visit the gallery Monday - Friday 10 - 6 pm and Saturday 10 - 4 p.m. The show runs until March 31 with Parts I and II. Additions to the show in Part II takes place March.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
Compelling landscape paintings that capture Canadian wilderness scenes in all seasons, Atlantic sea paintings, still life and figures, abstracts and cityscapes from the talented gallery artists at Tay Gallery. Featuring John Alexander Day, Tricia Savoie, Charles Spratt, J.Allison Robichaud, Martha Markowsky, Larry Deacon, Maureen Sheridan, Eduard Gurevich, Michel Pleau, Terry Ananny,Stephen Rothwell, Anne Barkley, Elizabeth Elkin, John Mlacak, Marianna Mikhaylyan, Guy Cranston, and Sharon Fox Cranston.Over 40 paintings on exhibit. Kaleidoscope ends January 31, 2012.
Friday, December 16, 2011
In appreciation of your support of Canadian art and the talented and dedicated Canadian artists we represent, this is our gift to you during this Holiday Season!
This includes all paintings on exhibit in the gallery as well as additional paintings displayed on our online store. Viewing of any paintings not currently hanging but in our inventory can be arranged within a day without any obligation.
Under Canadian Tax law, businesses can purchase and write off the purchase of original Canadian art as acquisition of original Canadian Art is included in Capital Cost Allowance.
The Holiday Show this month features paintings of all sizes from miniature to grand.
Merry Medley runs until December 24th with many small paintings from gallery and guest artists on display. Paintings of all sizes perfect for a lasting and unique gift with soul. Visit the gallery Monday – Saturday 10 – 6 p.m. Thursdays 10 – 7 p.m. Sundays by chance or appointment in December.
Exhibiting this month are Karen Goetzinger, Keith Burnett, Sharon Fox Cranston, Tricia Savoie, Martha Markowsky, Lynne Morin, Marshal, J.G. Morin, John Hiscock, John Alexander Day, Deborah Czernecky, Maureen Sheridan, Michel Pleau, J. Allison Robichaud, John Mlacak, Larry Deacon, Lorena Ziraldo, Elizabeth Elkin, Marianna Mikhaylyan, Guy Cranston, Charles Spratt, Terry Ananny, Stephen Rothwell,Alan Bain, Kathy Haycock.
Many thanks to the dedicated artists for your superb creations - you do us proud!
PLEASE NOTE: Tay Gallery will be closed the week following Christmas from Dec 25 - Dec. 31st
Online ordering on our STORE PAGE on the website www.taygallerykanata.com is available throughout December. Order directly through the store or contact us by email with any questions.If you are ordering before Dec 24,(while you pay No Hst) please do not use the checkout as it will automatically add the tax. Double click on any of the small images on the online store to view a larger image and details about the paintings. To search for all the works by a particular artist, type the artist's name in the white box in the TOP right hand corner of the store page. Happy shopping!
Have a safe and peaceful holiday season!
All the best for the New Year from Lisa, Dave and Paul.
Monday, September 5, 2011
Between Sept 2 and Sept 30 Tay Gallery Kanata will feature Fall Flavour, an exhibit of gallery artists' new paintings in bold and beautiful fall colours. Small and large paintings are featured. New works by Anne Barkley, Deb Czernecky, John Day, Larry Deacon, Elizabeth Elkin, Martha Markowsky, Marianna Mikhaylyan, Maureen Sheridan, Charles Spratt, John Mlacak, J. Allison Robichaud, Tricia Savoie, John Stevenson, Paulette Sauve. Introducing paintings by notable Ottawa area artists, Cheryl Chartier and Terry Ananny this month. Image shown is Red Maple by Cheryl Chartier.
The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 5 , Thursdays 10 - 7 p.m.
Monday, August 15, 2011
Two weeks left to catch the Heat of the Moment show at Tay Gallery Kanata. A visually intriguing show with 22 different professional artists' works on exhibit - the summer show is generally the most eclectic in subject matter and style. We are pleased to welcome a number of guest artists to this show:
Lorena Ziraldo, Ottawa area artist, is a graduate of the Fine Arts Program at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Her fluid and exquisite figurative brushwork is surrounded by contemplative and sophisticated abstract colour schemes. The narrative quality that emerges in many of her paintings is made all the more compelling by her control of her medium. Emotion is a key element in her paintings as are the more formal qualities of colour, light,space, and composition. Lorena’s work can be found in notable galleries across Canada.
Brigitte Nowak lives in Toronto and spends summers on an island in Georgian Bay. Her paintings in oils and in egg tempera explore the nature of reality and illusion, the interaction between the human and natural worlds and the line between observation and comment. She has won awards in both Canada and the U.S., and her work is in private and corporate collections. She is represented by several galleries in Ontario, including the Red Canoe Gallery in Muskoka, Haliburton’s Ethel Curry Gallery and Latitude 44 in Toronto.
Susan Jillette, of Rigaud Quebec is an elected member of Society of Canadian Artists (SCA), the International Guild of Realism (IGOR) and the Autour de Nous (ADN) group of local professional artists and presently serves on the board of Directors for the SCA. Presently she works with acrylics and is working on a new series of textured and colourful paintings in the fantasy realm. Most of her work can be described as bright and whimsical.
Gilda Pontbriand, Ottawa area artist shows paintings in acrylic and mixed media from her series Ancient Symbols. The symbols from the Mayan culture portray the inter-relationship between man and universe, the eternal and the fleeting, the real and the intangible, and natural and supernatural. Gilda has exhibited in over 100 solo and group shows in Canada, Japan, Korea, Mexico and the United States.
Jennifer Foster’s drawings and paintings are an appreciation of the everyday world. Portraits are a particular passion because of the opportunity they offer to capture seemingly conflicting elements: a portrait needs to be accurate and yet expressive; representational but also perceptive and open to what lies below the surface. Her work has been shown in the Red Trillium Studio Tour, Toronto’s historic Distillery District, the Varley Gallery , the John B. Aird Gallery , and Cumberland Gallery in Ottawa.
Brian Kelly, Kanata area artist has been painting landscapes for 35 years. He is inspired by the colours of nature in all seasons . He shows paintings of summer wildflowers in their natural environment in this exhibition. He has exhibited his oils , pastels and limited lithographs at Canadian and international art festivals and in commercial galleries in Ontario.
Anna Krak-Kepka is a full-time Visual Artist and Art Educator living in Brockville Ontario. She is primarily known for her talent with color: her paintings are full of enchantment of the world of dream and magic. Her art is a biographical exploration of her life. Extensive travel to Europe, Africa, Mexico and California are among the bedrock influences in her artistic life.
Michel Luc Bellemare ‘s abstract paintings are an exploration of the influence of colour on the psyche and are recognizable for their thickly textured and glittering surface of oil impasto, which appear as ”jewels for the wall”. Bellemare has published a book on the philosophy of colour, titled Colour- Realism.
Elaine Archambault has participated in many group exhibitions since 1985 in Quebec and Ontario where she is represented by Gallery Marchant in Lancaster and The Abbey in Glen Nevis. Annual visits to the sea have inspired many seaside landscapes animated by people on vacation. Trips across Canada, plein air painting in France , workshops in Charlevoix and her flower garden at home all provide great inspirations for sketches and paintings.
Also featured in the summer show with exemplary works are gallery artists Charles Spratt, John Alexander Day, Tricia Savoie, Martha Markowsky, John Stevenson, Michel Pleau, Larry Deacon , Stephen Rothwell , Elizabeth Elkin, Marianna Mikhaylyan, Anne Barkley, J. Allison Robichaud and John Mlacak.
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