Past Exhibitions

Drawing For Art

Drawing For Art

In-gallery preview of art: April 1 – 27, 2017 (open to public and free to view) Fundraising event: Thursday, April 27, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. (6 p.m. cocktail preview) Station Gallery bursts with excitement and suspense at this much-loved signature event that celebrates culture and puts original artwork into the hands of ticket holders. […] Read More
Art Attack

Art Attack

May 1 to May 7, 2017 Reception: Thursday, May 4 at 7PM It’s International Youth Week and the Town of Whitby and Whitby Youth Council in partnership with the Station Gallery are excited to present the third annual Art Attack event during the first week of May 2017. Art Attack gives Whitby youth ages 12-18 […] Read More
10th Annual Durham College Exhibition

10th Annual Durham College Exhibition

May 13 to May 28, 2017 Closing reception & awards ceremonies: Thursday, May 25 at 7PM It’s a landmark anniversary partnership! SG is proud to present the tenth edition featuring the creative output of Durham College’s Fine Art and Design students.This popular, year-end exhibition showcases new generation artists and college grads. It’s been a productive […] Read More
Together We Rise

Together We Rise

SG celebrates Black History Month. This exhibition is a coming together of community artists whose works reflect rich artistic content, tell the story as well as pay tribute and celebrate the contributions of Black Canadians and the Afro-Caribbean diaspora. Featured artists include: Amira Alamary Getachew Fantu Georgia Fullerton Ian P. Grant Sheryl Keen Charmaine Lurch […] Read More
Good on Paper: Selections from the Clarke Collection

Good on Paper: Selections from the Clarke Collection

There’s an acclaimed private collection of vintage early Canadian prints, drawings and watercolour paintings in our midst. Celebrated artist and collector, Neville Clarke, has collected an impressive array of historical works over recent years. During the winter of 2017, selected works from Clarke’s valued holdings will be displayed in the SG Heritage Galleries. This dossier […] Read More
Anong Migwans Beam: Submerged Landscapes

Anong Migwans Beam: Submerged Landscapes

Walk & Talk with Olex Wlasenko: Thursday, November 17 at 7 pm  Station Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of Anong Migwans Beam, an artist and educator from M’chigeeng First Nation. Anong was born to artist parents, Carl Beam and Ann Beam, who encouraged her to develop as an artist. She was raised […] Read More
Ajax Creative Arts: 50th Anniversary

Ajax Creative Arts: 50th Anniversary

Ajax Creative Arts started in 1966 at “The Little Gallery” of Bill Barron and Doris Boyd. In 1969, the group moved to the old schoolhouse on Pickering Beach Road. Ajax Creative Arts now have over 100 members and currently operate out of the Village Community Centre. The yourSpace gallery walls will be adorned with selected […] Read More
Liz Menard: Fallen Leaves

Liz Menard: Fallen Leaves

Watersheds are living entities with richly layered histories and narratives. In her work, Liz Menard explores watersheds and the boundaries where rivers and cities converge. She is interested in how we are changing rivers and the animals and plants they sustain. Menard draws from her time sketching, photographing and researching watersheds to create etchings, paper […] Read More
Steve Kean: Spina Bifida – Front to Back

Steve Kean: Spina Bifida – Front to Back

Photographer Steve Kean’s project Spina Bifida – Front to Back is as much about the dignity of people as it is about the condition. It is about how people with spina bifida inhabit their bodies. For each subject, Kean produces two images – a traditional portrait on a white background to introduce the viewer to […] Read More
Animal, Mineral, Vegetable

Animal, Mineral, Vegetable

This Permanent Collection exhibition takes its cue from the famed parlour game. Through questions and answers, the game creates odd technicalities and combinations that fit with either animal, mineral or vegetable. This exhibition showcases artwork from SG’s Permanent Collection that falls somewhere within those three categories. Read More
Wear Me: Art | Body | Tech

Wear Me: Art | Body | Tech

Opening reception Saturday, September 19 at 1 pm This fall, Station Gallery partners with UOIT’s Decimal Lab to expand dialogues around motives of wearable technology. Through this group exhibition, we can discover a body that is constantly negotiating demands made by technology – both humanizing and dehumanizing. Wear Me imagines devices and gadgets as agents […] Read More
Whitby: 100 Years of Change

Whitby: 100 Years of Change

Opening reception Saturday, September 19 at 1 pmOver the century, Whitby has seen many changes with lots of urban growth. Whitby Seniors Services Photographic Club takes account of the restless transformations, development and urban renewals over the years. This collective photo exhibition features vintage black and white photographs sourced from the Whitby Archives, coupled with […] Read More
Leszek Wyczolkowski: Beyond Geometry

Leszek Wyczolkowski: Beyond Geometry

Opening reception Saturday, July 11, 1 pm “My art is the balance of two worlds. The initial world is one of intellect, geometry and order bound by strong craftsmanship. The other world is soft, organic, sensitive and instinctive. These two worlds combined are the foundation of my art, the result of which is the starting […] Read More
The Toronto 20 at 50

The Toronto 20 at 50

Opening reception Saturday, July 11, 1 pm This summer, we’re very excited to pop open a Toronto 20 portfolio that was generously gifted to Station Gallery’s permanent collection last year by Dr. R. Pohlman and L. Pohlman last year—making it the largest permanent collection donation in our 45-year history! A half century has passed since […] Read More
Community Exhibition 2015

Community Exhibition 2015

This will be our second year hosting a community exhibition, offering another chance for our spring program participants to be exhibiting artists at Station Gallery. For this year’s exhibition, we’ve chosen pieces from SG’s permanent collection that connect to the work of the summer’s exhibiting artist, Leszek Wyczolkowski. These seven bold prints will act as […] Read More
The Iris Group: Filmic

The Iris Group: Filmic

Opening reception with Iris Group artists Saturday, May 23 1 pm The Iris Group is a women’s visual arts collective based in Durham Region. Established in 1996, the Iris Group has exhibited their artwork across Canada, the U.S., Mexico and China. This nine-member exhibition is the inaugural show for the group at Station Gallery. The […] Read More
8th Annual Durham College Exhibition

8th Annual Durham College Exhibition

SG is proud to present the creative output of Durham College’s Fine Art and Design students. This popular year-end exhibition showcases the work of DC’s emerging student artists and 3rd year grads. It’s been a productive academic year at the College, and hundreds of diverse and engaging artworks will be on display throughout the gallery. […] Read More
Some Greater Force

Some Greater Force

Last fall, SG commemorated the centennial year marking the outbreak of the First World War with an exhibition entitled Some Great Force. This follow-up show will mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Station Gallery is proud to showcase these new selections from the Wildman Collection, whose compelling vintage images […] Read More
Amanda Nedham: a dog is short a car is long

Amanda Nedham: a dog is short a car is long

Station Gallery will be proud to host Nedham’s first solo exhibition following her MFA completion at RISD in Providence, Rhode Island. This show celebrates a coming-in-full-circle moment in the artist’s creative life path. As it turns out, guess where the artist received her childhood artistic training? Station Gallery! Amanda Nedham stages prolonged encounters with things […] Read More
Slice of Life: 22nd Annual Members’ Exhibition

Slice of Life: 22nd Annual Members’ Exhibition

It’s going to be a slice—a “Slice of Life.” This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create and submit a work based on a given theme. This year’s theme and title as chosen by you–Slice of Life–is an open-ended and versatile theme. The opening reception and awards ceremony were held on Saturday, November 29.  Yet, there […] Read More
Some Great Force: Wartime Posters from the Wildman Collection

Some Great Force: Wartime Posters from the Wildman Collection

During this centennial year marking the outbreak of the First World War, Station Gallery is proud to present selected posters from the Wildman Collection. These compelling vintage images give a fresh glimpse into Canada’s wartime atmosphere. One hundred years ago, the Dominion Government created the Poster War Service to help with the production of propaganda […] Read More
Tracey-Mae Chambers: about eve

Tracey-Mae Chambers: about eve

Heritage Galleries September 13 – November 23, 2014 Artist’s Talk followed by reception: Saturday, September 13 @ 1 PM Curator’s walk & talk: Thursday, September 18 @ 7PM Tracey-Mae Chambers creates works associated with her Métis ancestry. This exhibition will feature a large number of sculptures of women’s torsos which Chambers has made from maché […] Read More
Jennifer Dorner: AREA CODE: Blueprints for Future Escape

Jennifer Dorner: AREA CODE: Blueprints for Future Escape

ennifer Dorner AREA CODE:  Blueprints for Future Escape July 12 – September 7, 2014 Opening reception  Saturday, July 12    1pm Curator’s Walk & Talk Thursday, July 17   7pm Last year SG hosted an experimental, interactive group exhibition. The Wiki Show gave visitors a voice in determining future programming. That future has arrived! Montreal […] Read More
Toni Latour: The Femme Project

Toni Latour: The Femme Project

Toni Latour: The Femme Project Shirleen Chandra, transmounted lightjet print, 2010 (detail) May 24 to July 6, 2014 Artist’s Talk and Reception  May 24, 2014   1:15 pm Curator’s Walk & Talk June 19, 2014   7pm It’s easy to generalize and expect members of a group to be all the same. Our latest exhibition […] Read More
Mind & Matter: 21st Annual Members’ Exhibition

Mind & Matter: 21st Annual Members’ Exhibition

It’s official. This year’s theme and title as chosen by you is Mind & Matter. This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create and submit a work based on a theme. Mind & Matter can mean so many things… Award Winners Best in Show (Irwin Family Award)             […] Read More
Melissa General: Kéyahre: I Remember

Melissa General: Kéyahre: I Remember

August 24 – November 24, 2013 General’s emerging photographic practice furthers the exploration of identity and place as it relates to growing up as a woman on the First Nations Reserve. Kéyahre: I Remember features a series of photographs by Melissa General. The artist writes, “As a woman currently living in an urban environment and […] Read More
First: Aboriginal work from the SG Permanent Collection

First: Aboriginal work from the SG Permanent Collection

August 24–November 24, 2013 Over the years, SG has collected prominent works by First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists. First premieres significant prints by Carl Beam, Robert Houle, Rita Letendre, Norval Morrisseau, Mary Pudlat and others. Read More
Only What We Know

Only What We Know

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Wiki Show

Wiki Show

June 22–August 18 | The Wiki Show: Crowd Curation At Its Best. This exhibition brings together twenty artists from across Canada who have submitted exhibition proposals to Station Gallery. This materially rich show surveys a vast array of media and conceptual approaches to contemporary practice. Visitors will be invited to vote for one of the […] Read More
Boundless and Borderless

Boundless and Borderless

Canada and Australia have similar histories of settlement and colonization. The landscape looms large in both imaginations, as does the spirit of the explorer and adventurer.  Each artist in the Boundless and Borderless portfolio has viewed the theme from their own perspective, conjuring up personal experiences and interpreting their ideas with a variety of printmaking […] Read More
Pete Smith: Initial Public Offering

Pete Smith: Initial Public Offering

Pete Smith: Initial Public Offering Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4, 1 to 3pm. Exhibition Dates: May 4 to June 16. Other Activities Artist’s walk and talk: May 4, 1:15pm, followed by Reception. Curator’s walk and talk: May 16. “An abstract painting, image making machine” Station Gallery celebrates the important community legacy of abstraction through the […] Read More
6th Annual Durham College Show

6th Annual Durham College Show

April 13 – April 28, 2013 Curator’s Walk & Talk – Thursday April 18th at 7 pm Exhibition Reception – Thursday April 25th at 7 pm For the sixth consecutive year Station Gallery hosts the creative output of the Durham College arts programs. We’re proud to celebrate new beginnings and provide formal exhibition opportunities with […] Read More
Valid Objects of Beauty

Valid Objects of Beauty

Susan Rankin: Valid Objects of Beauty includes work that spans over the last twelve years, and displays a varied range of inquiry into form, function, and the role of aesthetic appeal. Rankin’s skill has been applied to epergnes, scroll vases and sculptural works, and while inspiration for these different bodies of work has been clearly […] Read More
Annual Members’ Exhibition

Annual Members’ Exhibition

December 8 – January 6, 2013 Click here to download the exhibition program with a full listing of all exhibitors and award winners. Station Gallery offers a unique opportunity for SG member artists of all ages to submit works in our annual, year-end art exhibition. Submissions were accepted: September 10 – November 10, 2012. Adult […] Read More
Reading the Image

Reading the Image

October 20 – December 2, 2012 Opening Reception: 1pm, all are welcome Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday November 15, 7pm This show presents image/text artworks from a regional perspective. John Di Leonardo’s (Whitby) richly layered paintings pop with vivid flares of colour and pizzazz. Toni Hamel (Oshawa) draws inspiration from vintage lens-based imagery and fonts […] Read More
Surfacing: Off the Pages

Surfacing: Off the Pages

September 8 – October 14, 2012 Opening Reception Saturday September 8 at 1 pm Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday September 20 ** Special CULTURE DAYS performances September 28 & 29 Extra! Extra! You’ve read all about them in print, now here’s the show to see your favourite artists living and working in the Durham Region. […] Read More
Fictionary

Fictionary

July 21 – September 2, 2012 Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday August 16, 7pm Nothing compares to making whimsical marks on paper. With pen or pencil in hand, we’ve all made our marks. Whether sketching surroundings, dreaming-up elaborate stories or passing the time with oodles of doodles, nothing liberates our imaginations better. What better way […] Read More
Patrons’ Picks

Patrons’ Picks

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 […] Read More
Durham College Students’ Art Exhibition

Durham College Students’ Art Exhibition

In the Coppa Gallery… Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday May 17, at 7pm View works from tomorrow’s artistic leaders. This group exhibition features works created by students from Durham College School of Media, Art & Design (MAD). For information on the program click here. For the fifth year SG has hosted the creative output of […] Read More
Past and Present

Past and Present

and in the heritage Galleries – Curator’s Walk & Talk: Thursday, May 17, 7pm Some artists deserve a double take. Explore works from SG’s permanent collection paired with current works from featured artists. Station Gallery welcomes back ground breaking artists who contributed to outstanding programming over the years. You will recognize these long-time gallery stakeholders […] Read More
Meryl McMaster: In-Between Worlds

Meryl McMaster: In-Between Worlds

his show journeys to a space between worlds. Meryl McMaster is a photographer who draws on more than one cultural repertoire. She self-identifies as a bi-cultural artist who borrows from both her First Nations and European ancestry. Her images and sculptures generously contribute to conversations surrounding hybrid identities. McMaster is an early-career artist to watch. […] Read More
Joscelyn Gardner: Bleeding & Breeding

Joscelyn Gardner: Bleeding & Breeding

n Bleeding & Breeding, Joscelyn Gardner exhibits a body of work completed between 2009 and 2011 which centers on Creole women’s secret use of exotic tropical plants as natural abortifacients on 18th century Caribbean plantations. Creole Portraits III, a suite of thirteen lithographic portraits ‘named’ for otherwise anonymous slave women and for the botanical specimens […] Read More
Ibghy & Lemmens: The Promise of the Promised Land

Ibghy & Lemmens: The Promise of the Promised Land

A cross-cultural discourse between Artist/Curator, Michael Belmore and two west-coast artists Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens. In 2009, the Gallery hosted a solo exhibition of Belmore’s works. Michael’s show made a notable impact on local audiences. His future involvement with the Gallery will deepen the positive impression he has already made in the area. Station […] Read More

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