Art Review

New year, new Agnes

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre is kicking off the new year with exhibits about the struggles of Indigenous people, women and quilters.Continue...

Local and colourful

Nan Yeomans’ Intimate Views provides a unique look back at Kingston.Continue...

Going natural

Rural Canada has been the muse of many artists, yet its intrigue never seems to diminish. Such is the running theme within Keith Cornell’s Kingston exhibit, Into the Woods, at the Kingston Glass Studio and Gallery.Continue...

Collecting visions of primal art

It’s sexuality in its primitive form.Continue...

Swimming too deep

Sometimes it’s better not to delve into the deep end.Continue...

A tale of morals and miracles

There’s a fine line between a substantial story line and aesthetic appeal in art.Continue...

Artists in the artwork

Art galleries house the artwork, not the artists.Continue...

Eyes on civilization

It would seem disaster had struck in Modern Fuel’s Main Gallery art exhibit.Continue...

A plague of politics

The plagues have moved out of the Bible and into society.Continue...

Let it shine

Step into Erin Shirreff’s Available Light exhibit and you’ll leave with an ostentatious realization about the tricks of illumination.Continue...

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