Exhibitions

Source Work:  A selection of paintings by John N. Inglis [Oct 14-Nov 11]


“In a place of small trees”, watercolour on paper, 16”x20”

Source Work:
A selection of paintings by John N. Inglis

Oct 14th – Nov 11th
show opening:
Sunday Oct. 14th reception from 2-4pm. goodies served.

This is the third solo show of the paintings of John Inglis held at the Yellow House Gallery. This exhibition of paintings continues with a theme that has its origin in 1960.This theme was central to a solo show held at Victoria College, the University of Toronto under the title In Quest of a Countenance, While John’s work in oils painted during July and August this summer (2018) represents a change of approach to a semi abstract mode, it now extends the original theme to include new insights.

151: Group Show [June 22 – Aug 4]

In anticipation of Canada ‘s upcoming 151st birthday, Yellow House is showcasing many small works by Canadian artists, all created on our unique 5”x10” wooden board, all Canadian themed! All Works are available for $95 ea. Come scoop up your own piece of Canadiana! 

Reception: Friday June 22nd 6:30- 9pm

Exhibit runs June 22nd to August 4th 

Art Walk 2018 [June 2]

Come one come all! On Saturday June 2nd, The Kingston Road Business community celebrates our awesome lil village by throwing a huge street fest and artwalk!!! Come on out from 11-4pm, Lots of special sales and free family activities, entertainment and of course a stellar artwalk weaving throughout the Village, featuring many different artists!!

ARTWALK VENUES: 18 different venues in total, All along Kingston Road from Beech Ave, to Victoria Park.

At Yellow House, we will be showcasing new work from our resident artists, as well as some newly acquired limited edition prints by Canadian artist Norval Morrisseau, signed and numbered by the artist, framed and available for purchase.

 

Left to right:
1. “Dance”, Christina Kostoff, ink on paper, 14″x18″, available framed
2. “Halo”, Christina Kostoff, ink on paper, 14″x18″, available framed
3. “Blue Energy”, John N. Inglis, oil on panel, 9″x12″

QUEST Solo Exhibition by John N. Inglis [Oct 19 – Nov 11, 2017]

“An Emerging Thought Form”, watercolour on paper, 17″x22″

QUEST
Solo Exhibition by John N. Inglis
Oct. 19th – Nov. 11th 2017

Yellow House is honoured to present a retrospective of the distinguished Canadian water colour artist John N. Inglis. This selection of paintings spans over 60 years of enquiry and development, and has resulted in an evocative and recognizably distinct visual language.  Vibrant landscapes play host to the archetypal traveller. With an inspired approach to his medium,  Inglis envelops us into his spiritual and psychological quest. A member of the arts and letters club and a recipient of the AJ Casson award for distinguished service in the academic arts, Inglis puts together a masterful body of work. This show is not to be missed!

Reception:
Thursday Oct. 19th
7-9pm
Artist in Attendance. Goodies served!

About John N. Inglis
Graduating from OCA in 1952, Inglis eventually joined the OCA Faculty in 1961 and retired as Chair in 1990. An elected lifetime member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour, and a member of the Arts and Letters Club, Inglis has been exhibiting in both group shows and held solo exhibitions throughout Canada, and continues to produce award winning works.

See more work by John N. Inglis

Carmela Casuccio Solo Exhibition “Seen From Within: Entering the City” [Sept 15 – Oct 14, 2017]

Seen From Within: Entering the City

Solo Exhibition by Carmela Casuccio

Sept 15th – October 14 2017

Opening reception: Friday September 15th from 6:30-9pm

Known for the abstract cityscapes of her reflections series, Carmela Casuccio has taken an exciting turn in a new body of work débuting at Yellow House Gallery on September 15th, 2017. Moving into the imagined city, this new work explores the spaces that could only be glimpsed from a distance in the past. Referencing deconstructed architecture, it is as if the viewer can see the scene from many angles at once. Her paintings capture the layers we cannot see, the stories beneath the cityscape.