Past Exhibitions

Visibly Unseen: David Busby Street Centre photo by Cole Bennett
March 4, 2010 - May 9, 2010
Community artists
MacLaren Art Centre
Molson Community Gallery and Rotary Education Centre

Visibly Unseen: Photo/Journal Exhibition and Gifts of Shadow IV

Tony Romano, Imagine Band, 2008.
February 23, 2010 - May 16, 2010
Tony Romano
Sandra Fraser
Gallery 3

Tonry Romano draws on philosophical and pseudo-scientific investigations as well as pop culture.

Karilee Fuglem, Wild History (installation detail), 2009. Photo: Andre Beneteau
December 3, 2009 - February 21, 2010
Karilee Fuglem
Sandra Fraser
Janice Laking Gallery

A semi-visible network of threads creating a map of winter skies over Barrie

Frances Thomas, You Have To Get Singed In A While
November 28, 2009 - February 14, 2010
Frances Thomas
Carolyn Bell Farrell
Gallery 3

A layered palette of elliptical shapes that build to form a dense yet animated visual field

Rick Nixon, The Earth Moved On, 2009. Photo: Adnre Beneteau
November 28, 2009 - January 17, 2010
Rick Nixon
Ted Fullerton
Massie Family Sculpture Garden

An oversized bust of the robot Gort, metaphoric of post-World War II ideology and anxiety

Sculpture by Niall Donaghy
September 17, 2009 - November 8, 2009
Niall Donaghy
Ted Fullerton
Massie Family Sculpture Courtyard

Niall Donaghy has created a large scale wooden sculpture of the F15 Eagle

Artwork by Ian Carr-Harris
September 10, 2009 - November 1, 2009
Sandra Fraser
Gallery 3

A group exhibition inspired by literary sources

Rendering by Snohetta Architects
September 10, 2009 - November 1, 2009
Sascha Hastings
Janice Laking Gallery

A range of stunning library projects

Oil Painting by Pauline Holancin Kuhla
August 15, 2009 - October 24, 2009
Pauline Holancin Kuhla
Sandra Fraser
The Carnegie Room

In honour of the gallery's namesake, a selection of historical works are presented

Artwork by Katharine Harvey
June 18, 2009 - August 30, 2009
Katharine Harvey
Sandra Fraser
Janice Laking Gallery

Harvey transforms mundane plastic objects into a thirty-two foot high, shimmering waterfall