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Fall Art After Dark 2017

Friday, September 29, 2017
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Galleries in downtown Kingston will open their doors from 7:00pm to 10:00pm on Friday, September 29. Join us for this free event and see the best art Kingston has to offer! Don't forget to enter to win a $500 Downtown Kingston art shopping spree at all participating galleries! 

Participating Galleries

(Click here for a Printable Map of Participating Galleries)

 

1. Alchemy House Jewellery 303 Bagot St #12

Featured Artist: Alex Bailey
Alex is a Master's student studying environmental geochemistry, raised in the San Francisco Bay area. She uses mixed media illustration as a tool for story telling connecting with nature.

2. The Amber Room 34 Princess St

 

3. The Annex Spa 119 Princess St (Rear Entrance)

 Featured Artist: Vanessa Martin, Fine Art

4. Ars Libri Book Art 60 Brock St

 

5. Art Noise 290 Princess St

 

6. Black Dog Pottery 58 Queen St

 

7. Card's Bakery 115 Princess St

Featured Artist: Michelle Reid
www.michellereidart.com

Michelle seems to understand what makes Kingston so beautiful. Her pride for her hometown and surrounding areas is represented with intense colour and light in her work; she captures the spirit of the area with paint on canvas.

8. Cornerstone Canadian Art & Craft 255 Ontario St

Featured Artist: Sarah Hale - Arden Batik
Featured Musician: Lynn Ede

Sarah Hale - Arden Batik is a very ancient form of fabric decoration, originating in the Far East, where it is used for making both clothing and wall hangings. It is a "wax resist" process; the designs are created with alternative applications of hot wax and dye. Sarah Hale's original batiks are drawn freehand with melted wax on cotton, silk, hemp or wool fabric.  Sarah is one of the few North American artists specializing in batik as a landscape medium, and has found the process uniquely suited to capturing the colours and textures of the Canadian Shield.  http://www.ardenbatik.com 

Lynn Ede - A gal and her guitar. Strumming & Singing!

9. Gallery Raymond 334 Princess St

Gallery Raymond is having their Annual Open House with all represented artists showing new work. New work by: Bonnie Brooks, Jane Colden, Don Connelly, Tim de Rose, Frank Edwards, Grace George, Mark Graham, Jordan Hicks, Sarah Hunter, Harold Kaufmann, Michael Minthorn, Peggy Morley, Evelyn Rapin, Lori Richards, Maureen Sheridan, Beth ten Hove, Verna Vowles, and Gerry Wright.

10. General Brock's Commissary 86 Brock St

Anticipating JoAnne Gervais will be present with painting underway.

11. Kingston Frameworks 198 Princess St

Featured Artists:
Chris Broadhurst
Sally Chupick

12. Kingston Glass Studio & Gallery 56 Queen St

Featured Artists:
Kate Taylor
Helen Utsal

10. K-Town Kups 82 Brock St

Featured Artist: Ann Barlow
Local artist, Ann Barlow, will be demonstrating still life drawing techniques. Her "Haunted Kingston" works, and art cards will be on display.

14. Martello Alley 203B Wellington St

Featured Artist: Alice Melo

15. Meraqi Art Annex 66 Brock St

 

16. Metalworks 352 King St E

Fine Jewellery by Canadian designers. Traditional goldsmithing studio on site where we create custom design.

17. Salon 296 296 Bagot St

Featured Artists:
Tim De Rose
Donna Brown

Ashley Brick
Ashley grew up in Kingston and has been exhibiting her work since July 2015 but has been an artist her whole life. Her work usually focuses around female portraits but she has been commissioned to paint anything from beloved family pets to Kingston landmarks. Her most recent art show was held at the Isabel Bader Centre in June but her pieces have been exhibited in numerous Kingston establishments including LuLuLemon, Salon 296 and the Annex Spa, however, her unique style has also attracted commissions from Toronto, New York City and London, England. Her biggest passion is being a Mom to her two wonderful children.

www.ashleybrick.com
@ashleybrickart  (Instagram)

18. Slate Studio 286 Princess St

 

19. Studio 22 320 King St E

Featured Artists:
Keight MacLean - Toronto based painter originally from Kingston
Beverly Zawitkoski - Montreal painter

Studio 22 is thrilled to welcome Keight MacLean home and to present Lost Portraits, her first major solo exhibition in Kingston. Lost Portraits, her latest body of work, features MacLean’s traditionally inspired portraits, presented with a contemporary twist, such as fluorescent spray paint, re-harvested artists’ mediums and destructive techniques. Her paintings have been exhibited internationally and her work is in collections throughout Canada, the USA, Italy and the UK. Lost Portraits will be on display at Studio 22 from September 12-October 28, 2017.  

Yes, you can get ‘There’ from here!  ‘There,’ new works by Beverly Zawitkoski will carry you away. The solo exhibition, on display at Studio 22 Open Gallery, highlights the creative practice of self-expression through paint. Zawitoski takes her inspiration from landscapes, though her abstract canvases bring the viewer on an impassioned journey, which travels far beyond the physical realm. Beverly Zawitkoski is a Canadian artist living and working in her native Montreal. Zawitkoski has exhibited in many solo and group shows in Canada and internationally in the USA, across the UK, and in The Czech Republic’s capital of Prague. ‘There’ will be on display at Studio 22 from September 12-October 28, 2017.

20. Sydenham Street Studios 178 Sydenham St

Fine Art and Photography

21. Total Diva Boutique Spa 336 Princess St

Featured Artist: Lorraine Seguin, local Kingston Artist.
Her work can be seen at www.facebook.com/artistlorraineseguin

Local Kingston Artist Lorraine Séguin began painting at a young age, with her family's support she has continued to paint throughout the years. Although primarily a self-taught artist, while studying Art History and Psychology at Queen's University 2001-2006, she took advantage of the spring summer art courses and was glad to add the printmaking medium to her repertoire. Lorraine first started painting in oil but currently works in water-colour, acrylic, oil and printmaking. Her paintings are often described as vibrant, colourful, and energetic. Recurring themes in Lorraine‘s paintings are trees and water, her inspiration is drawn from Kingston’s landscapes as well as other vistas from past travels. Lorraine’s work is variable as she loves to challenge herself by experimenting with different media, subject matter, and styles but she often returns to her love of landscape painting.

22. Verb Gallery 85 Princess St

Featured Artist: Dave Gordon
A Time for Everything -new & selected works by Dave Gordon at will be at Verb Gallery (back of Wayfarer Books) Sept 6 to Oct 8, open Thurs,Fri and Sat. The artist will be present Saturday, Sept 16 2:00-5:00pm and during Art After Dark on Sept 29.

23. Cloth 131 Princess St

 

(Click here for a Printable Map of Participating Galleries)