Current Exhibitions

David Wysotski: Temporarily Mine

David Wysotski: Temporarily Mine

July 8 – September 3, 2017

Reception: Thursday, July 13 at 7:00PM

It’s been seven years in the making–artist and illustrator David Wysotski has meticulously crafted over forty paintings exploring our fleeting ownership of vintage hand tools. It’s an impressive body of paintings with meaningful resonance–the entire suite was made on-site at the gallery. Every Monday, the gallery hosts Open Studio in the downstairs studios; a safe, positive, free-of-charge workspace for local artists and art enthusiasts. David’s associations weave together with the gallery, long before he began regularly creating in Open Studio. In the summer of 2017, we uncover David’s long-awaited series and celebrate an exceptional regional talent in our midst.

David Wysotski graduated from Queen’s University’s Fine Arts program, specializing in printmaking. He furthered his education at the Ontario College of Art with a Diploma in Communication and Design. For the last two decades, David’s artwork has been published in textbooks, fiction and non-fiction books, ads, merchandise, murals, magazines and posters.

Community Exhibition: Constructing Stories

Community Exhibition: Constructing Stories

Each summer, Station Gallery reserves the gallery space to showcase the artwork made in our community and outreach programs! This year, our community exhibition is inspired by Temporarily Mine, a series of paintings by David Wysotski. Temporarily Mine will be on display in conjunction with the Community Exhibition, Constructing Stories. Please join us for the Opening Reception of the Community Exhibition, Constructing Stories, on display in the Heritage Galleries, on Saturday, July 8 at 1pm.

Don Chase: Expressions in Colour

Don Chase: Expressions in Colour

Don Chase’s Exhibition, Expressions in Colour is on display this summer in the Jill Dyall Community Gallery.

Don Chase is a Native Canadian artist, born in Port Hope to Ojibwa parents, originating from the Alderville First Nation’s Reserve on Rice Lake. Being a First Nations person raised in an Anglo-Canadian environment, Don began to see the modern world through Native eyes at an early age, it is this perspective that fuels his creative process to this day.

Don feels his work is modern abstract with Native themes and tones. His working mediums have changed constantly over the years. One thing that has stayed constant in Don’s work is his vision of heaven, earth and the connection of all that “is” and how they relate to each other, he describes his work this way:

I try to create a spiritual connection with the person viewing my work, it’s not necessarily a religious thing, but I want to interpret my inner most emotions that live inside all of us. I’m compelled to express how I feel and present it in a bold manner. I think this makes for interesting art work …..

Don’s talent has taken him across the country displaying his pieces in a number of art shows and exhibits, including the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. His works have been exhibited in a number of art galleries and shows throughout Canada, the United States, Europe and Australia.

Cool Idea?
We Want to Hear About it!

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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