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Rémi Thériault’s No Vacancy

Please join Studio Sixty Six for the opening reception of Rémi Thériault | NO VACANCY Friday, November 29th, 2019, 6pm-9pm NO VACANCY Remi Theriault has spent the better part of the last 10 years traveling. An ever-changing backdrop and the confines of hotel rooms are present in No Vacancy. He uses his camera as a …

Captive by Christine Fitzgerald @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their the opening reception of Christine Fitzgerald‘s Captive. Which features beautiful and emotional photographs of Parrots. About the exhibition: “Christine’s project about these coveted creatures. It is a meditation on themes surrounding the often conflicted, often tenuous relationship between humans and the natural world, areas where she explored in previous bodies …

Freud Through The Looking-Glass @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six had their opening reception for Leslie Hossack‘s Freud Through The Looking-Glass About the exhibition: Ottawa photographer, artist Leslie Hossack’s exhibition, “Freud Through The Looking-Glass” presents a series of photographs from Sigmund Freud’s home and office in Vienna that will inspire viewers to think about the profound impact of Freud’s theories. The photographs …

Collage Works by Thompson, Corre and Taler @ Studio Sixty Six

Another art opening on April 26, 2019 was at Studio Sixty Six. The exhibition was called Collage Works: Thompson, Corre, Taler. Featuring artists Amy Thompson, Kristina Corre and Laura Taler. The art of Collage transcends the obvious reading of an image by juxtaposing and or layering a wide array of iconography, often in a range of different mediums to …

Interplays @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their opening reception for their new exhibition called Interplays. Featuring the works by Laurence Finet, Natalie Bruvels and Andrew Beck. These three artists whose work centres around the human experience and/or the human theatre. All painters, approaching their shared subject, stylistically and thematically, from entirely different perspectives. The exhibition runs until …