Beach Arts Scene, Oct. 31, 2017

Rhonda Svarich Kosowan is one of three artists showing work at Studio 888 this month.

Escape the cooler weather with Seascapes and Shorelines, on Nov. 12 to 26 at Studio 888, 2359 Queen St. E.

The show features new stone sculptures by artist Rhonda Svarich Kosowan, abstracted lakescapes by Anne-Marie Olczak, and photography by Felicity Somerset.

An opening reception will be held Sunday, Nov. 12 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Studio 888 is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2 to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m., and also by chance and by appointment: studio888art@gmail.com or 416-200-5551.


The St. Aidan’s Creative Space Residency artists are hosting a Best in Show Group Art Exhibition away from their studio on Silver Birch Avenue.

Rec Pool Lengths by Elizabeth Lopez

The crew takes over Artisans at Work, 2071 Danforth Ave., near Woodbine Station, from Nov. 3 to 26, giving residents who live closer to the Danforth East neighbourhood an opportunity to see what the unique residency is all about.

An opening reception will be held Friday, Nov. 3 from 7:30 to 11 p.m. with live music by The Sidewalkers.

Refreshments will be served, and the artists – Elizabeth Lopez, Diana Bahr, Jade Gregory, and Lili Vahamaki – will be on hand.

For more information visit www.aawgallery.com or find the group on Facebook at www.facebook.com/creativespacetoronto/.


The warm autumn weather has made it difficult for many to think about the holidays, but if you’re a local artist, it might be time to start.

Kingston Road gallery neighbours Yellow House Gallery and Cobalt Gallery are still accepting artists for their joint holiday show Precious Snowflakes.

The registration deadline is extended until Nov. 8 with a work drop off day of Nov. 12. Contact the galleries to register. Submission details are on the Yellow House website, www.yellowhousegallery.ca.

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