John Paul Robinson, West Wind North Channel, Solid Glass, 15 x 57 x 9 inches

Oeno Gallery offers a complimentary Curator's Choice Service for designers. 
Looking for a work to fit a particular space or room? 
If you send us a photo and include the dimensions of the space and we will photoshop 3 options for you and your clients to consider. 

Here are some recent works and gallery favorites that might interest your clients. Please check our  website to see the full current offering by our artists. 



Sequence, Photograph Printed on Stainless Steel, 40 x 60 inches
Nicolas Ruel's most recent project,  projet 8 secondes depicts urban civilizations captured by the photographer in sustained intervals of eight seconds.  This global journey is an attempt to reveal the relationship between urban man and architecture; editing, moment by moment, the city's urban pulse.  This series is exclusively printed on stainless steel. Does your client have a city dear to them? Nicolas Ruel has photographed all of your client's favorite cities. 

Waver II, Earthenware Paper Clay, 30 x 12 x 10 inches

"My full time studio practice includes clay sculpture and printmaking. The work derives from interest in the tension of strength against fragility as I I push the work towards the edge of physical collapse. The use of light interplay provides a perceived fragility explored through stacking and channeling of hand-built clay platelets. The sculptures are often turned, tilted, built upon and re-fired." - Susan Collett

Collett's work  can be found in numerous collections, including the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, The Four Seasons Hotel, Bata Shoe Museum, the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, and the Bank of Montreal.  

Variation, Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 54 inches

Otto Donald Rogers was born in 1935 in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan and currently resides in Prince Edward County, Ontario, where he has settled after returning from 10 years living in Haifa, Israel.
For almost 30 years, Otto taught at the University of Saskatchewan. Otto was instrumental in sustaining the Emma Lake Workshops has provided a meeting point for some of North America's most respected visual artists, among them Jack Shadbolt, Helen Frankenthaler, Barnet Newman, Jules Olitski and Kenneth Noland. Otto is considered one of Canada's senior abstract painters and his work is included in nearly every major collection in the country.



Belt Series Blue No 1, Steel, 18 x 32 x 12 inches

Having apprenticed with internationally acclaimed sculptor Shayne Dark, emerging artist Mark Birksted is one to watch. His formal training is graphic design influences the line and form of his sculptures. His new steel sculptures are a gestural flourish, like three dimensional calligraphy. 

Untitled 7302, Acrylic on Canvas, 49 x 39 inches

Untitled 7302 is an excellent example of John Fox working at the peak of his abstract period.  Fox  rejected the imposed limitations of representation by producing large abstract works concerned with the physical and sensuous processes of painting. Influenced by European and American non-figuration, Fox was foremost a colorist whose concerns were the materiality of color and light. Fox was a life-long resident of Montreal and also spent a significant time in Venice, Italy from the mid 1970s until his death there in 2008. John Fox has had numerous solo exhibitions in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary. His work is represented in major public, corporate and private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe.


Table Top Still Life, Acrylic on Paper, 20 x 26 inches

Danielle Rochon constantly searches for ways to reveal light through vibrant color combinations. Her travels in  European countries, Asia, Africa, Argentina and Uruguay have directly impacted her painting. Using texture and pattern her work is infused with sensual images and lush color. Rochon is extensively collected throughout North America and Europe. Rochon lives and practices in the South of France. 


Untitled 1503, Acrylic on Panel, 47 x 59 inches

Parvis Djamtorki studied at the Academy Lerchenfeld in Hamburg, Germany under Hans Thiemann, a former student of Kandinsky and Paul Klee at the Bauhaus. His studies included academic figure drawing, landscapes and abstracts as well as sculpture in wood, stone and mold making which led him to be interested in combining painting and three-dimensional form. He steps out of the traditional format of rectangular and square by the use of different shapes and forms and creates with strong light and shadow textures the illusion three-dimensional image. But of course, the surface of the work is actually flat. 

Turquoise Sky, Acrylic and Resin on Board, 36 x 60 inches

We just received new paintings from the Canadian studio of acclaimed painter Peter Hoffer. They are rich with color and the magic of being in the interior of the forest. This painting has a lush glow that is enhanced by the resin on the surface of the work.  Born in Brantford Ontario in 1965, Hoffer has a M.F.A. from Concordia University in MontreĢal, degrees from the University of Guelph, Ontario, and the Ontario College of Art in Toronto. He has lived and worked in Toronto, New York City, Montreal and now maintains a studio practice in Berlin, Germany and Montreal, Canada.


Erratic Color: Granny Smith Green, Steel, 32 x 32 x 5 inches Erratic Color: Candy Blue, Steel, 32 x 32 x 5 inches

Shayne Dark's, Erratic Color wall sculptures have a great presence - the elements suggest movement and vibration, the weaving of basketry, the pulsing of sound. The shadows cast by the piece also shift with the light. Shayne Dark is one of Canada's most prominent sculptors. He has been awarded numerous large scale public commissions and his works are in many private and public collections around the world. Named one of the top 10 artists to watch at the recent Art Basel Miami, he has been invited to be the guest artist in residence at the Brooklyn Sculpture Center in 2016. His work has been featured in exhibitions at the Albright Knox Gallery in Buffalo New York.

Landing, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 36 inches

Langstroth's energetic impasto technique dances between abstraction and figuration. Foreground and background flirt for power as figures and forms morph from multi-color slabs of paint and claim their shape, inviting the viewer to participate. Langstroth has been exhibiting in North America for over 20 years.


The Canvas House, Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 48 inches

This particular painting is a play on the form of a flag, the military history of Canada, the journey implied by the use of the tent, and of course, the primary symbolism of the pyramid. One of Canada's leading contemporary artists, Charles Pachter is a painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, historian, and lecturer. His work has been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McMichael Gallery. He has held solo exhibitions in France, Germany, Japan, the UK, and India. While often referred to as Canada's Warhol, he has his own unique voice. His paintings are in the Portrait Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Embassy in Washington, Canada House in London, the Parliament Buildings, the Prime Minister's residence, the Governor General's home, and the Embassy of France in Ottawa.

Woman With Print Dress, Oil on Canvas, 16 x 16 inches

Born in England, Jennifer Hornyak moved to Canada in 1961, and she now has a vigorous studio practice in Montreal. Her figurative compositions are built up through a complex technique of rich green, blue, yellow, red, pink and white glazes. 





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We look forward to hearing from you and helping you find the right painting or sculpture for your clients. If you call the gallery, ask to speak to Carlyn, John, Goldie, or Dana - one of us would be very pleased to help you. We have an experienced shipping team and deliver work safely, where ever your client might reside.