INGRAM GALLERY | Summer 2022

There is an abundance of spectacular art ahead at the gallery this summer and fall.

Continuing a sure-footed set of career achievements, Jane Everett has delivered new large-scale canvases from studio. The artist’s eloquent and grand oils are bounding with life and transform their surroundings through Everett’s artful vision.

We slid over the perfect stillness - oil on canvas, 54 x 68 inches

Ryan Dineen is completing his newest Georgian Bay landscape in studio. The majestic scope of the painting exemplifies Dineen’s virtuosic style and consummate approach to the canvas.

Empty Milk Pitcher - oil on board, 11.25 x 11.25 inches
David Michael Scott freshly delivered his newest oil to the gallery. Empty Milk Pitcher presents the artist’s open and exacting method in detail, where each instance of paint communicates with the entirety of the piece and where each reflection opens up a new dimension.

Anchor - oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches
Steven Volpe’s public solo exhibition at the Museum of Dufferin was met with acclamation for its skillful presentation of the artist’s wondrous oils in The Works of Steven Volpe. New canvases by Volpe arrived at the gallery after their public exhibition and captivate viewers with their expansiveness and remarkable brushwork.

E. B. COX, R.C.A. (1914-2003)
Sun Mask - limestone, 14.25 x 16 x 4.25 inches
The Garden works of E.B. Cox, R.C.A. (1914 - 2003) are some of the most cherished sculptures by the renowned artist. These pieces are found in gardens across the city of Toronto, with many on public view. In exciting news for E.B. Cox’s Garden of the Greek Gods, ground has been broken in the Rose Garden at Exhibition Place which will be their fitting new home. Please stay tuned to Ingram Art News for updates on this historic endeavour and its contribution to art in Toronto.
Bear - limestone, 17.75 x 8.25 x 6.5 inches

BRIAN BURKE, R.C.A. (1952-2017)
Cascando #1 - oil on canvas, 50 x 40 inches
“I like people to concentrate on the paint itself.”
- Brian Burke

FRANK PANABAKER, R.C.A. (1904-1992)
Untitled (Georgian Bay) - oil on masonite, 16 x 20 inches

Contact us for any further details on any artists, artist CVs, or for a catalogue of available works.

We look forward to your next visit and sharing in the love of art. The gallery is here for you and is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 5pm.

Migration Party - watercolour, 12 x 18 inches

The Garden (Summer) - ink, pastel & watercolour, 20 x 22 inches

Clouds Over the Escarpment - acrylic on canvas, 30 x 36 inches
Up Next | At Ingram

Sean Yelland’s anticipated 2022 solo exhibition What’s the point? promises to be a major event as the artist is creating pieces that offer profound glimpses into modern life through Yelland’s inimitable style. Please Save the Date for What’s the point? at the gallery from September 17 – October 11.

Dragonflies draw flame III - oil on canvas, 60 x 92 inches

November at the gallery brings Jane Everett’s solo As Kingfishers Catch Fire, continuing a string of distinguished accomplishments for the artist. Between worlds of the natural and the man-made, Everett’s canvases seemingly rise to crescendo and return us to calm waters within the same breath. Save the Date for Jane Everett’s As Kingfishers Catch Fire from November 5 – 25.

With all good wishes,

Tarah Aylward, Director   
Ingram Gallery
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