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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 …

Gallemit + Thériault @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their vernissage for Gallemit + Thériault who are 2 of Ottawa’s most well received and innovative artists. Marisa Gallemit’s Translating Twice: listening for the echo Expanding on her continuing affinity for discarded materials, Marisa Gallemit revisits the practice of manipulating bicycle tubes, combining them with textile scraps and furniture to dissect …

Gallemit | Thériault

Please join Studio Sixty Six for the opening reception of Gallemit | Thériault. Two separate exhibitions by Ottawa artists Marisa Gallemit and Rémi Thériault Opening Reception: Thursday, October 11, 6-9pm. Location: Studio Sixty Six Show Runs: October 11 – November 4 Studio Sixty Six is excited to be featuring 2 of Ottawa’s most well received …

Christian Chapman – Gaa-mazinaateseg & Animikiig @ Studio Sixty Six

Studio Sixty Six held their opening for Christian Chapman‘s Gaa-mazinaateseg & Animikiig Curatorial Text: The thunderbird is a legendary creature that is regarded within Anishinaabe culture as a supernatural being of power and might. The Anishinaabe believe thunderbirds were created by the trickster Nanabozho to combat the underwater spirits and punish human beings who broke …