In the Open Gallery

The gallery will be CLOSED for the month of January for upgrades and 2022 scheduling

All of our artwork is available for purchase 24/7 through our online gallery storePrivate artwork viewing and pick up times may be arranged.

Please email info@s22.ca with any questions or inquiries.

SLOWING DOWN

There are people in these paintings, but they’re not portraits. They’re about communing with nature, sun warming our shoulders, wind ruffling our hair, grass cool and damp under our bare feet.

MISCELLANEA

Overall, Miscellanea is playful but sometimes dark, humorous but sometimes sad, and occasionally mysterious for no good reason at all. As always, it’s the audience who tells the stories.

FALL 2020: Artist Portfolio Series

Our Fall Artist Portfolio Series shows the most recent works by our regular artists. This grouping will be regularly updated to include the most recent additions to the gallery collection throughout the fall of 2020.

Featured Artists

Leah Hicks

Leah Hicks is an Ottawa based abstract, acrylic and multimedia artist. She is currently displaying works at Arta Gallery in Toronto’s Distillery District,  Studio 87 Gallery in Perth, and Santini Gallery in Ottawa, Ontario. Her work has been heavily collected by the Federal Government of Canada as well as held in many private collections.

Vadim Vaskovsky

Working in a broad range of mediums and subjects, artist, illustrator and graphic designer Vadim Vaskovsky takes inspiration from various locales and themes, including his adopted home in Prince Edward County. His gifted use of colour captures the uniqueness of light on the landscape and ignites the imagination in reminiscence.

Robert Blenderman

Robert Blenderman has been painting for over 50 years, often making his beloved adopted home of Kingston the subject. Working predominantly in oils, his vast body of work ranges from classical realist and impressionist still lives and landscapes to pure abstraction.
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Newsroom

There are some artworks that grab you immediately when you first encounter them. There’s sometimes no rhyme or reason to it, and it might be something that is completely outside of what you think you normally like, but there it is – you’re smitten. By the same token, there is some artwork that you don’t think much of, at first glance anyway. But your eyes keep sliding back to it, again and again, though you’re not sure why. Intrigued, you return to the artwork to look at it more closely, to pay attention to it. These are the types of paintings (or other art objects) that you have to spend time with to fully appreciate, and they are often also the ones that are most worth the effort.
“We can find inspiration everywhere,” Nenkova said this week. “Living in Sudbury we are surrounded by stories of hardship, persistence and success, especially as they relate to mining. We need to remember that while most of us want to enjoy material things, such as cars, houses, or the latest iPhone, few of us appreciate the real price paid by the people who tirelessly worked underground to make these things possible.”