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2016 – 2015

Art Fairs

Varley Gallery Markham
2013 – 2014

Concrete Contemporary
September 16 – 19

Wolf Pavilion
May 4 – 25
Opening: Saturday, May 4, 2013

Atrium Quartet (2013)
The four seasons of the 20th century

Nyota Art Auction
Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Art Gems
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Waterkeeper Gala
Thursday, May 23, 2013

Waddingtons Auction
Tuesday, March 5, 2013

War Child
Date TBA

Open Road – Second Volume in the Series

"A new view toward nature seems to be on the minds of many contemporary artists. It is no wonder given the dire forecast predicted by leading scientists. Most recently Peter Doig exhibited a new suite of paintings at Michael Werner in New York. His works featured strange figures set in eerie landscapes and interiors. Katherine Bradford displayed a new series of paintings at Canada Gallery in NYC. Her show was titled, "Fear of Waves", and depicted divers and swimmers adrift at sea. At first glance, they might seem unlikely bedfellows for Adamson. Doig and Bradford create a kind of magic realism marked by decorative sensibilities and motifs featuring oceans and mountains. Doig got his start in Canada, Bradford in Maine. The three painters have something in common – a sort of homely, northern folk quality in their image making. Adamson has an affinity for rough-shod surfaces. Subtle nods to the natural world creep into each work. These aren't pretty paintings, but the sensation and atmosphere of the subject matter is palpable. "

Excerpt by Jason Stopa, NYC

February 1 – May 24, 2015

Invited Artists will explore PAMA's art collection, selecting a painting, drawing, print or sculpture for display in Exchange: PAMA Artists Select. Sharing the reason behind their choices, each mini-installation will also include one of their own art works.
PAMA gratefully acknowledges the support of the:


May 21 – August 1, 2015

The McMaster Museum of Art has invited twelve collectors from Hamilton and Region to participate in a unique exhibition. Each was asked to consider and nominate one or two works from their collection that exemplify a personal passion for art and culture.
This assembled group of works offers an intriguing range of contemporary Canadian and Inuit artists, international historical and contemporary works, as well as remarkable early 19th century furniture.
Image: Have North, Bright Star, 2014, O/C, 44 x 79 in


DIAMOND SURVEY 2010 – 2015
May 27 - June 24, 2015

Track and Field Gallery
104 Ossington Avenue


Thursday, April 23, 2015
Canadian Broadcast Centre (CBC), Toronto
Business/cocktail attire

Our programs bring together law, science, culture, and digital media in order to connect and empower people to restore polluted places, protect human health, and promote thriving natural spaces.
100% of the proceeds of the Waterkeeper Gala Toronto support our core programs: local watershed protection, Swim Guide, the National Water Centre, and the new Watermark Project.



Tuesday, April 28, 2015

About Art Gems
Art Gems celebrates its 9th anniversary with Art Gems '15, the annual fundraising art auction in support of Creative Works Studio. Since 2007, your generosity and support has enabled Art Gems to raise over $415,000 for this life-changing mental health outreach program in downtown Toronto. Together we are making positive change in the lives of the many Studio members, who, through this occupational therapy based program, experience healing, increased self-esteem and the return of important life skills through their participation in the arts.

Our Goals
Through the Art Gems auction, we aim to increase the profile of Creative Works Studio in our community and to raise funds to enable the studio to expand its facilities and services for those most in need.



Wednesday, May 13, 2015



Nyota Home is a grassroots initiative that provides education and a loving home to abandoned and orphaned children in Kenya. Nyota is located approximately 2.5 hours northwest of Nairobi and 15 minutes from Nakuru, Kenya's third largest city.
Established in early 2009, Nyota operates under Speroway, a registered Canadian charity, and through a partnership agreement with Mission in Action (MIA), a registered non-profit in Kenya.
Speroway focuses on providing support to children in need, both in Canada and internationally, through the provision of food, medical care and educational support. MIA operates a home for orphaned babies and young children near Nakuru and has legal guardianship of approximately 40 children who are either orphaned or abandoned. It is a registered charity with the Kenyan Children's Services Department and operates to the highest standard of care.