A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists

A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists

Shows at UpTown Gallery

Past Shows from 2012

 

2012 11 uptown show tnbEncaustic Painting
MICHELLE SALTER

Translucence

featuring Cathy Pascoe, Michelle Salter, Ted Spieker, Laurie Spieker and Nancy Yule

November 15 to January 21, 2012

An exciting exhibition of glowing drawings, encaustic paintings, stained glass, fused glass, and mixed-media works by local artists. 

 

2012 09 uptown show tnOil Painting
WILLIAM MULLIN

To Market to Market

featuring Elaine Cowan, Louise Maree and William Mullin

September 13th to November 11th, 2012

This fall, UpTown Gallery presents, To Market, To Market, an exhibition of paintings in oils, watercolours and acrylics by three local artists. Feast your eyes and expand your aesthetic palette with ripe colourful offerings.

 

2012 07 uptown show tnPainting
SANELA DIZDAR

Out of the Blue

featuring Diane Eastham, Christine Gagnon, Sanela Dizdar and Nicole Waddick

July 20th to September 9th 2012

Expect the unexpected in this exhibition of ceramics, fibre art, jewellery and paintings by four Waterloo Region artists.

 

2012 05 uptown show tnMosaic Sculpture
SOPHIE DROUIN

Collaboration

featuring Sophie Drouin, Julie Krahule, Joanne Makulski and Norma McDonald 

May 24 to July 15, 2012

The exhibition features artwork by four Waterloo Region artists which represent their responses to each other’s work and ideas.

 

2012 03 uptown show tnPainting
ARDYTHE CAMPBELL

Elemental

featuring Jane Bayne, Ardythe Campbell, Mary Guillaume and Nancy Yule

March 23 to May 13, 2012

The exhibition features artwork by four Waterloo Region artists as they explore the ideas about what is elemental in our world and in our common experience.

 

2012 01 uptown show tnRing
CHRISTINE GAGNON

The Spaces In Between

featuring Christine Gagnon, Glenn Ward, Nicole Waddick, William Mullin and Josh Doubleday

January 20 to March 11, 2012

Five Waterloo Region and area artists explore how things are defined by the space between them. How does the size of this, relate to the size of that? How does the poverty of one home relate to the economic success of a country?