Cedar Ridge Creative Centre

Cedar Ridge Gallery

Andrew Bonnycastle, "Overshadowed", Watercolour
 

The Cedar Ridge Gallery exhibits emerging and established artists, collectives, and students from Toronto and the surrounding area. The gallery is programmed ten months annually with short term exhibitions. The gallery is also a space for Cedar Ridge partners, The Community Arts Guild and The Precious Gems Project to exhibit and run programs.

The Cedar Ridge Gallery is currently accepting submissions for its Contemporary Art Show and See and Be Seen Gallery Rentals. Applications are due in September, 2016. Please see Call for Submissions for more details on how to apply. For any other inquiries about exhibiting your work at Cedar Ridge Gallery please call 416-396-4027.

Fall 2016 in the Gallery

ExpandOctober 1 - October 13, Andrew Bonnycastle & David James Taylor

The exhibition shows the contrast between Andrew Bonnycastle and David James Taylor and their mediums, subjects and themes. Taylor shows a pure and imagined fantasy world with works centred around the themes of magic, mythology, ancient history and science fiction, which are popular at present. This contrasts deeply to the representational works depicted Bonnycastle, where locality and the human condition make his works intrinsic to the world we live in and often the things we overlook.

David James Taylor, "Beyond the Waves", 2000, Chalk Pastel, 31” x 27”

ExpandOctober 15 - October 27, Precious Memories Then and Now

Opening Reception: Sunday October 23, 1-4 pm

Precious Memories Then and Now is an intergenerational project involving 40 seniors and 10 youth to produce beautiful photos and share stories. The project is a mix of English, Tamil and Mandarin speakers, and it has built relationships between the seniors and the youth participants. This photography exhibit will showcase the participants' portraits of each other, their cherished items, and tell their story.

Precious Memories is a project in partnership with Agincourt Community Services Association, Cedar Ridge Creative Centre and Employment and the Social Development Canada New Horizons for Seniors program.

ExpandOctober 29 - November 3, Permanent Collection

Showcasing works from the City of Toronto's permanent collection located at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, the Cedar Ridge Collection is an historical and contemporary record of artists who have taught, exhibited and been supporters of Cedar Ridge. The collection has a representation of each of the mediums taught at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre including, painting, sculpture, pottery, woodcarving, fibre art and folk art. The collection and gallery fixtures have been acquired through the fundraising efforts of Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery.

Rol Lampitoc, "Old Well at Cedar Ridge," mixed media, Cedar Ridge Permanent Collection