“All Beachers Great and Small” Bill Suddick – October 14th to November 12th 2017

“All Beachers Great and Small”
Artist Bill Suddick
Exhibition opening Saturday October 14 to November 12, 2017
Reception and meet your friendly neighbourhood cartoonist Bill Suddick Saturday October 14th from 6:30 to 9:30pm.
All happening at COBALT GALLERY 870A Kingston Rd at Beech Av.
Bill Suddick has been drawing editorial cartoons documenting life by the lake for the Beach Metro News for over 35 years. (Nobody knows for sure and Bill lost count a while ago.)
He’s also been a freelance illustrator for the Toronto Star Wheels and Starship sections, The Globe and Mail, Reader’s Digest, Chickadee Magazine, TV Ontario and many more publications, advertising  agencies and art studios for as many years.
In addition, he’s been passing on tricks of the trade to art students at various schools such as Seneca College, The Haliburton School of Arts and OCADU for well over 25 years.
This show will feature a compilation of his favorite Beach Metro News cartoons along with pieces that reflect his more recent foray into exploring fine art.

Hills of Erin Studio Show – September 16, 17 and 23, 24 2017

 

 

Annette Hansen is a ceramic artist who works in her studio COBALT GALLERY in Toronto, but lives in Hillsburgh.

Annette’s work is playful contemporary design originating from her 4-year ceramic education in Kolding Design School in Denmark. Strong colour contrast in porcelain and stoneware has always been part of her clay works.

Annette will be participating for her second year in the Hills of Erin Studio Tour 2017.

Hope to see you here at Snowberry Botanicals 88 MAIN STREET, ERIN, ON!!

April 2017 – Group Show of Local Artists at COBALT GALLERY

 

 

KELLIE JOBSON

BENJAMIN WIELER

THERESA MORIN

ANNETTE HANSEN

AND MANY MORE

May 6th to May 26th, 2017 – FRIENDS INDEED by Chris Evitts

 

 

“Get The Jump On Spring” with Annette Hansen – February 18th, 2017

 

Annual Horticultural Open House presented by a committee of volunteers along with the Toronto Botanical Garden and the Ontario Horticultural Association

Saturday, February 18, 2017

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Free Admission & Free Parking

  • 30+ exhibits by horticultural societies, garden clubs and environmental organizations
  • house and garden vendors
  • 10 free 45-minute demonstrations and presentations
  • HAPPY 150th CANADA! Floral Design Competition and Show (including youth classes).
  • winter garden tours
  • gardening answers and advice from Toronto Master Gardeners
  • special discounts in the TBG Garden Shop
  • gently-used gardening book sale
  • organic farmers’ market
  • Jump Café and Coffee Bar
  • free family drop-in activities, 1 to 3 pm

“Up Close” exhibition of art by Jimmy Chiale – February 4th – 26th, 2017

“Up Close” exhibition of art by Jimmy Chiale – February 4th – 26th, 2017

Meet the artist Saturday February 4 from 2-4pm at COBALT GALLERY

“There is no message in my art. My art is personal. It’s a print of my creative brain cells. It’s the emotion I feel in that present moment. I want people to see beauty through it and juice up the imagination through their visual abilities. When I look at my paintings I see a puke of emotions on canvas. I see balance in my creations. I’m inspired by life and the polarity in being a human being. Life and death, love and anger, chaos and harmony.

This collection gets you up close and personal into the mind of Jimmy Chiale. It’s a microscopic view of my paintings and allows you to see the simplicity and detail in the chaos. “Up Close” allows you to feel a distinct emotion in each individual piece.” (Jimmy Chiale)

A New Experience –  March 4th to 26th, 2017

 

For Maren Boedeker, painting is a materialized thinking process, a visualization of an inner conversation inscribed on the canvas.

Her source of inspiration is the diversity of life: people, encounters, incidents, nature, landscapes, atmospheres, colours, sounds, textures and the materiality of painting itself. She uses a wide spectrum of tools, media and experimental techniques to create a complex visual language. These lively constructs do not deliver a concrete depiction of visual reality but capture physical experience, interlacing memory and perception. It is up to the viewer to decipher and interpret and to form his or her own viewpoint.