Opening Reception: Saturday June 2, 2012, 1pm
Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday June 21, 2012, 7pm
For six weeks starting June 2nd you can explore the works of over fifty artists. As always, it’s free to visit and we’re open seven days a week.
Station Gallery owns fine works on paper showcasing lithography, etching and woodcut print making techniques. Over the years the collection has grown to include important pieces by David Blackwood, Ron Eccles, Fred Hagen, Libby Hague, Otis Tamasauskas and Lotti Thomas, just to name a few.
David Blackwood is one of Canada’s leading pritmakers
and most popular artists with works exhibited at the AGO in 2011.
In total, there are over 300 works that capture the printmaking renaissance of the 80’s and early 90’s in the Canadian context. Howerver, like most galleries, much of Station Gallery’s Permanent Collection is often locked away for safe keeping.
This summer we’re busting out.
We couldn’t have done it without the help of some special donors who narrowed the selection to their favourite pieces. For six weeks starting June 2, you can explore the works of over fifity artists.