In the Open Gallery

Featured Artists

Teri Wing

I believe my interest in people started at a very young age, when I was told to sit still and quiet, which was usually at church or a waiting room. I would be handed a pen and old grocery list or envelope from Mums bag, I would draw other people also waiting.

Frank Danielson

Canadian painter, Frank Danielson, has been working as a full-time artist since the 1990’s. He is presently based in Sudbury, Ontario where he spent his early years surrounded by the vastness of the iconic Canadian landscape. While he primarily focusses on the natural beauty of northern Ontario his time spent living and working in Toronto, Kingston and Montreal has also influenced his subject matter. He studied at York University in Toronto and completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1995. Frank has worked in both oils and acrylics and his work has sold in many galleries in Canada as well as to private collections in Japan and Australia.

Victor Oriecuia

Victor Oriecuia, a Kingston-based stone carver is passionate about his calling. With no rigid rules or expectations, he freely carves, both Italian and local Ontario marble, to evoke his senses and appease his passion. He utilizes the direct carving method, a method which requires no model or predetermined outcome…a method which relies heavily on faith.
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JT probably needs little introduction, but for those who have yet to discover her works, she is an internationally respected Canadian figurative painter with a strong and mysterious narrative running through each piece addressing themes of isolation, introspection and I suspect perhaps adversity or even abuse. She has exhibited in Canada, Holland and Mexico and is represented by galleries from Amsterdam, Kingston, Montreal and Toronto.
While there is good representation of work by local artists, Studio 22 also exhibits the work of artists from across Canada, which provides for a deal of diversity in the collection. Indeed, there is a little bit of everything at Studio 22, with work in most media and genres (though not craft), including sculptural work in metal as well as in marble, which one doesn’t often see in local commercial galleries. There is an array of subject matter, from landscapes and figural work to fanciful, abstract and non-representational art — and more, so much more.