Union Gallery

The making of a gallery

Take a moment and try to calculate the number of hours you’ve spent in Stauffer during your time at Queen’s. Likely you’re in the triple digits.Continue...

Something doesn’t fit

Emily Zielke, BFA ’14, presents a view of the unsettled psyche in her exhibit, Wednesday of the Week.Continue...

Both rough and calming

Visual Bloom: Cumulative Fragmentation brings together the work of artists Brian Hoad and James Puffer to present an expansive view of Canada through a collection of photographic collages.Continue...

A battle for identity

In the attempt to define ourselves, we also restrict ourselves.Continue...

Grounded in mystery

Upon entering Union Gallery’s project room, I’m immediately struck by a sense
of melancholy.Continue...

Enlightened morbid reality

Enlightened in its morbid reality and drenched in satire, Tammy Salzl's tell-tales examines unique issues of morality and humanity in a series of paintings and collages.Continue...

Exploring fantastical worlds at new heights

To the untrained eye, may look like a kindergarten classroom with its bright colours and imaginary creatures.Continue...

Minimalism with some substance

Empty but refined, solitary yet comforting — Wish You Were Here: Interventions into Landscape, at the Union Gallery, blends minimalism with substance.Continue...

Swimming too deep

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

Daisy chain of violence

With looks like a daisy, she could be almost fatal.Continue...

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