Margaret Sutherland is one such artist who sought varied means to engage with her art production in relative isolation. The results of her challenges were in an exhibition at Studio 22 on the Market Square, which ended on Friday. Titled “Normal/Abnormal,” the exhibition traced (in the artist’s own words) her “bumpy, frequently interrupted artistic and personal ride of the past three years.”
This new exhibit will be JT Winik’s 3rd solo exhibition with Studio22 Fine Art. This latest body of work addresses the challenges of painting abstracts vs figurative works as well as speaks to the interplay between them and how working on both influences the processes of each.
Our Winter Artist Portfolio Series shows the most recent works by our represented artists for Winter 2022-2023 (December, January, February).
This new exhibit will be Margaret Sutherland’s 3rd solo exhibition with Studio22 Fine Art. This latest collection of work traces the artist’s challenging and frequently interrupted artistic and personal journey of the past three years.
Eternal will be Keight MacLean’s 3rd solo exhibition with Studio22 Fine Art. This latest body of work consists of 30 brand new, never-before-seen, pieces created by the artist in 2022. These surviving portraits celebrate the stories of women who would have otherwise been forgotten. Through images on canvas their stories and voices live on eternally.
Studio22 Fine Art is thrilled to introduce emerging artist and abstract painter, Ran Jacob. His latest body of work has been a labor of love for the artist for the past two years. The immensely saturated works that comprise this new exhibit are intended as humorous impressions of the multifaceted nature of our collective lived experiences and the relationships created throughout.
From September 8th to the 30th, Studio22 will showcase Wallace Edwards’ original illustrations from his 2015 children’s book, Once Upon a Line.
Our Fall Artist Portfolio Series shows the most recent works by our represented artists for Fall 2022 (September, October, November).
Feature exhibit introducing Hard-Edge abstract painter Sacha Warunkiw.
Series Showcase, Hard Streets and Hair Lines, by artist Norman Takeuchi.
Our Summer Artist Portfolio Series shows the most recent works by our represented artists for Summer 2022 (June, July, August).
Gananoque artist, Teri Wing, brings the dark romantic prose of Edgar Allen Poe to canvas in second solo show at Studio22 Fine Art.
Local artist, Lee Stewart, showcases Pandemic Panorama, in second solo show at Studio22 Fine Art.
Introducing abstract artist, Leah Hicks, and her new solo show ‘United Gratitude’.
Get off the couch, call the babysitter, make that downtown dinner reservation and come immerse yourself in art! Studio22 will be hosting “Date Night” at the gallery, Friday nights* from 7:00-10:00pm. Studio22 will be opening their doors late night and welcoming you and your guest to your very own ‘date night’ gallery visit. Come enjoy […]
Kintsugi, also known as kintsukuroi, has become a powerful emblem, not for brokenness, but for wholeness despite the shockwaves in life. It is not about finding beauty in chaos or tragedy, it is a symbol – like the cross is to Christians – of faith and perseverance, of the belief that victory, success and wholeness are often realized through the challenges of life, if we rise to those challenges.
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.
Much of her art practice is an exploration of music and its many facets whether it is a particular musical work, a structure of music or a composer’s creative process. . . . She is a great believer in connections and cross pollination between art forms as she relies on a lifetime of aesthetic influences.
In an interview with The Journal, Olson and Krakow discussed their painting careers and creative processes.
These paintings and drawings delight in conversations and celebrations. The cakes are inspired by vintage images from Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cookbook from the 60’s given to my mother when she was married. . . . The smaller pastels are about conversations where the objects take the place of people. Larger pieces are a closed circuit of communication, dialogues or soliloquies or larger conversations about more formal elements of a painting.