Jan Winton – Red Sea
Kakulu Saggiaktok – Migrating Fish
Rita Letendre – Romir
Otis Tamasauskas Whitby Memory with Artemesia
Robert Houle – Collage Auto Portrait I
Today, the gallery’s Permanent Collection exceeds 300 original prints, paintings, sculpture, and mixed media works. Additionally, several permanent installational pieces were commissioned for the newly built facility into which Station Gallery moved in 2006.
The digitization of Station Gallery’s Permanent Collection has been generously funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
CURIOUS? WANT TO LEARN MORE…
Click each of the artists names below to get an inside look at the artist, their artwork and a few fun facts about the process and fun curriculum links.
Anne Meredith Barry (PDF)
David Blackwood (PDF)
Robert Houle (PDF)
Hagop Khoubessarian (PDF)
Kim Ondaatje (PDF)
Mary Pudlat (PDF)
Kakulu Saggiaktok (PDF)
Arnold Shives (PDF)
Otis Tamasauskas (PDF)
Todd Tremeer (PDF)
Station Gallery’s Permanent Collection was initiated in 1980 with gifts from numerous Ontario artists associated with the gallery and with Open Studio, a prominent Toronto printmaking facility. The original intention was to create a commemorative print collection in memory of the late Nicholas Novak, a gifted artist who had been strongly associated with both institutions.
Includes etching, collagraph and aquatint.
Includes woodcut, linocut, linoblock, chine colle and wood engraving.
From the Greek lithos meaning stone and graphic meaning drawing.
Screen-printing, also called serigraphy, is deceptively simple.
Includes drawing, painting and collage