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Check out what’s on in Prince Edward County! Get your daily, weekly, monthly dose of the arts through Artscene. It started as our monthly newsletter, grew into an hour radio program on 99.3FM, and is now an online event listing!

October

01Through
Nov 20

Visual Journeys: Newfoundland

Andara Gallery presents Visual Journeys: Newfoundland, an exhibit by local fine art photographer Tara Wilkinson. The show features images of the tiny communities connected by sea and the rugged beauty of Newfoundland’s 1,800 km coastline.

Tara’s work brings hidden details into focus with a fresh perspective, allowing the viewer to enjoy the most ordinary of moments. The exhibition is on now until November 20 (open 11-6PM daily) at Andara Gallery, 54 Wilson Road, Bloomfield.

Visual Journeys: Newfoundland
Boathouse by Tara Wilkinson
01Through 18

QAC Fall Photography Show

Quinte Art Council’s Fall Photography Show features the work of local photographers Mark Hopper and Ash Murrell, alongside an array of established and emerging Quinte-based photographers.

Ash Murrell will be exhibiting his new A Place to Call Home series, an exhibit of photographs taken by Murrell offering us a gracious glimpse into the lives of new Canadians who have made the Bay of Quinte region their home.

The exhibit is on now until October 18 at the QAC Gallery, 36 Bridge Street East, Belleville.

QAC Fall Photography Show
Photograph by Mark Hopper
01Through 25

Self-Portrait Call for Submission

The Quinte Arts Council is looking for works for an upcoming self-portrait show at Quinte Arts Council Gallery. This call is for established, new and emerging artists in all mediums, including painting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture and fibre. The show will run from October 29- November 29.

Work can be dropped off October 24-25 at Quinte Arts Council, 36 Bridge St E, Belleville.

01Through
Nov 18

Fall Show

Arts on Main Gallery announces its Fall Show, featuring original artworks created by 25 County artists. Guest artists include Pamela Carter, Marta Mouka, Leslie Snyder and Trish Worron. This exhibition presents a unique variety of original paintings, ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, stone and fibre art, mixed media and art cards.

Show is on now until November 18 at Arts on Main Gallery, 223 Main Street, Picton. Gallery open daily 10-5PM.

Fall Show
August 21- November 18
01Through 18

Luminous Land

2gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by contemporary landscape painter John Visser. John has a unique painterly style that connects viewers instantly to the grandeur of the Canadian North. An extraordinary natural stillness is embodied in his work. Each stroke of oil paint appears luminous with captured light from the rising and setting sun.

The show is on now until October 18 at 2gallery on 256 Main Street, Picton.

Luminous Land
Embrace the Sky, 20" x 30"
01Through 21

Positive Masculinities

Maison Depoivre’s final show of the season, Positive Masculinities, invited artists to express their ideas and emotions on what it means to be a man, gay or straight, of any background. This show also encourages conversations (sometimes through provocation) about LGBTQ+ issues and struggles as well as gender identification and its meaning.

The show is on now until October 21 at Maison Depoivre Gallery, 343 County Road 22, Picton.

Positive Masculinities
Daisy by Terran McNeely
03Through 31

Perspectives

The Parrott Gallery presents Belleville Art Association’s annual Juried Show “Perspectives.” The opening reception and awards presentation will be held on October 3, from 6-7:30PM. Please stop in to congratulate the members. The show runs until October 31 at the Parrott Gallery, 254 Pinnacle street, Belleville.

This months workshops at the Parrott Gallery include, Watercolour Pencil: River Rocks October 8 from 10-1PM ($20); Drawing Room October 17 from 2-4PM (free); and Doodle Group October 18 from 10-12PM (free).

 

Perspectives
The Blue Vase by Sharon Bower
12Through
Nov 10

Resolution

Presented by Oeno Gallery, hard edge meets street art in Resolution, an exhibition of bold abstract paintings by Montreal-born artist Sylvain Louis-Seize. His paintings call on the minimalist aesthetic of Montreal’s Guido Molinari, but pull on Louis-Seize’s roots in the brash language of street art. Overlapping, dynamic shapes in dazzling colours are chosen and arranged like a puzzle in a measured process requiring patience, introspection. His works form a liberated narrative in which the rigorous tenets of historical minimalism no longer apply. A catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Opening reception is on October 12 from 3-5PM. The exhibition runs until November 10 at Oeno Gallery, 2274 County Road 1, Bloomfield.

Resolution
Resolute by Sylvain Louis-Seize, Acrylic on canvas on panel, 72 x 72 inches, 2019

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