Art you really need to see at our studio exhibition space April through September 2017 by artists who inspire and delight:
(for information on showing your art at the Carriageway space, please scroll to the end of this page)
Update on Susan Rennick Jolliffe's show July 1 - 31
July 1, 1-3 pm
Susan will open her show on July 1st with some creative shenanigans at the studio: She will lead the creation of a large, collaborative drawing, celebrating the natural world of Mississippi Mills. ..animals, plants, waterfalls! what else?? Bring your ideas and draw along with Susan : All Welcome to participate!
July 15: another Free Art Experience with Susan!
How to Make Fabulous Sculptures from used paper! Suitable for kids 8 and over or with adult supervision.
1 to 3 pm, July 15 at Carriageway Studios!
PLUS...IN CASE THIS FUN TIME WASN'T ENOUGH: check this out:
A Tea Party you say!
Hyperbole Tea Party: Fancy Hats and Hyperboles Optional
A wondrous tea party: one of Susan's famous extravaganza epicurean experiences will be held to meet the artist and close the show on July 30:
April 1 - 30
The opening reception for Maria's exhibit will be Sunday April 9th , 1-3 . refreshments will be served. come and meet the artist!
Mixed media sculpture: Maria Gomez-Umaña
Maria Gomez-Umaña is a Colombian visual artist who has lived in Canada for 15 years. Throughout her career she has been exploring the concept of Healing and how that relates to the body, mind and spirit. This work throughout several dynamic series has been exquisitely rendered as beautiful mixed media objects that we instantly engage with as pieces of art then begin to delve into further as we see the focus of the composition.
May 1 - 30
Lily Swain Brady : new mixed media paintings
Chandler Swain : print making
Lily and Chandler are, along with graphic designer Dawn Walker, founding members of Carriageway Studios. Booking yourself an exhibition is a great way to focus the mind in the studio and get work finished.
June 1 - 30
The sciences, particularly astronomy and geology, fuel Marina Malvada’s passion for art. Her methods resemble those of the action painters of the mid 20th century combined with detailed photorealism.
Ms. Malvada has an honours BFA from OCADU and is a member of the International Association of Astronomical Artists (IAAA). She exhibits across Canada, the United States and internationally. Her work has appeared in British Vogue, The Huffington Post, The Daily Mirror, and Ripley's Believe It or Not. Notable collectors include Col.Chris Hadfield, Brian Downey and Damien Hirst.
“I combine data with artistry to evoke the feeling of wonder we have when we gaze at the stars, or contemplate new discoveries in planetary science.”
- Marina Malvada
July 1 - 30
Susan Rennick Jolliffe
Magical Thinking: a restrospective
It’s been interesting and fun to put this little retrospective together and reflect
with astonishment how many pieces I have created in my 66 years and how
many of the same themes like nature, dragons and tea parties keep reappearing….
My training was in clay and paint and conceptual art at The Nova Scotia College
of Art and Design in Halifax in the late 60’s. Then a few years with Historic
Sites Canada, well salted with science fiction, totally defined my perception
of garbage (found object) and material culture.
My sculptural works are often artifacts from some other space and time, humorously
melded together from our local garbage. Drawing, illustrating children’s
books, and working in schools with hundreds of children have fashioned
a wonderfully rich career.
My work is many collections in Canada and has migrated all over the world.
Living in Ottawa for so many years, I am often pleasantly reminded of a piece by
someone who is still enjoying it.
August 1 - 31
The Canada Geese Paintings
A series of paintings by Ottawa painter Bhat Boy that celebrate the comings and goings of our noisy, beautiful Canada Geese over familiar townscapes that we can all imagine ourselves to inhabit in this part of Canada : Spring and Fall.
September 1 - 30
Jennifer Ryder Jones
Flights of Fancy
Indigenous Cultures from around the world with their rich cultural heritage have
contributed to the inspiration for the innovative sculptural techniques in my current work.
I use natural and found objects to create pieces that focuses on environmental concerns in a sometimes mythical and irreverent manner.
Exhibiting at Carriageway Gallery
The gallery at Carriageway is a bright, open area located next to the entrance and adjacent to the workshops.
This space can be booked by the month for curated exhibitions. Visual artists may apply by submitting a proposal, including 10 jpeg images of work to be shown, along with a CV and Artist Statement, to email@example.com.
The charge for month-long exhibitions is $200, plus a 30% commission on all work sold.