Current Exhibitions

Frances Ferdinands: Between Latitudes

Frances Ferdinands: Between Latitudes

September 9 – October 8, 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14, 7PM


Frances Ferdinands is a Sri Lankan born Canadian visual artist whose exhibition history spans three decades. Her work is usually constructed in thematically-based series, and has always been concerned with social, cultural and political issues. Since 2007 her work has gravitated towards Sri Lankan references, and stories related to her own biography, including migration, references to her hybrid identity and childhood memories of trying to “fit in.”

Much of the work for this solo exhibition emanates from revisiting her homeland of Sri Lanka. There she studied with masters in the field of traditional Sri Lankan fine art and craft that is not widely practised anymore in the country. She states: “My intention was to study these old forms and revitalize them through re-interpretation within a contemporary context.”

Bernard Leroux: Reclaiming the Bois-Brûlés

Bernard Leroux: Reclaiming the Bois-Brûlés

September 9 to October 8, 2017
in the Jill Dyall Community Gallery

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14 at 7PM

SG artist-in-residence, Bernard Leroux continues to reconnect to his Algonquin/Métis identity. Through his practice-led, print-based works created onsite in the Nick Novak Boxcar Print Studio, Leroux is “concerned with Indigenous ontology and epistemology with a particular focus on ways we come to know.” The artist depicts imagery of astonishing grace and delicacy that extends back into time immemorial—to the moments of Creation.

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Interested in submitting an exhibition proposal?
Like most public art galleries, Station Gallery accepts unsolicited proposals by mail.

A standard package should include:

  • a covering letter addressed to SG Curator, Olexander Wlasenko
  • a specific written proposal for an exhibition and a statement of why you’d like to display at SG
  • image list detailing titles, media, dimensions and dates
  • a cv or resume detailing artistic accomplishments (exhibitions, grants, reviews, etc.)
  • a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the return of materials

Mail proposal to:

Curator, Olexander Wlasenko
Station Gallery
1450 Henry Street
Whitby, Ontario
L1N 0A8

The exhibition schedule for 2017 is in place and we are currently booking into 2018/19.

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