26th Annual Members’ Exhibition

December 15, 2018 – January 20, 2019

Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony: Wednesday, December 19 at 7pm

The jurors Elisa Coish (Curator at Stouffville’s Latcham Art Centre) Sandy Saad (Curator at Bowmanville’s Visual Art Centre) and Todd Tremeer (Artist and Educator) had much to choose from when they met on Sunday, November 25th. Theirs was a tall order—to select the best from the best. Our trio was amazed at the full range of material and conceptual approaches submitted by artists in our region and beyond. Each piece was thoughtfully and intently considered by the jurors. Those of the highest caliber of artistic merit that best interpreted this year’s theme are on display. SG received an all-time record number of submissions from kids, youth and adults this year!


Congratulations to this year’s award winners:

Irwin Family Award

Jurors’ Choice: Ronald Peter, Fishing Stage with Clothesline   

Adult Awards

1st Place: Valerie Ashton, My View   

2nd Place: Teri Donovan, Reverie         

3rd Place: Marlene Siomra, Keeping Warm

Youth Awards

1st Place: Julie Lewis, Cape Spear

2nd Place: Ellie Kingsley, Kloche

3rd Place: Kaitlin Lee, Cat & Butterfly    

Mayor’s Children’s Awards

1st Place: Katie Korol, Lake in Paradise

2nd  Place: Stephane Najib, Abstract Creation

3rd  Place: Madison Waterhouse, Bird & Berries

Thank you to Trent University Durham for their support of the Annual Members’ Exhibition.

Station Gallery is grateful for the support of the Town of Whitby and the Ontario Arts Council, an Ontario government agency.

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