Current Exhibitions at the Dignam and Ruth Upjohn Galleries
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“Foundling” online Exhibition Ruth Upjohn Gallery
Between 1741 and 1760, over 4,000 babies were deserted by their mothers and left at the Foundling Hospital. For each of these children, a small object, a piece of fabric or token was kept as an identifying record. Three WAAC artists tribute our work to the Foundling
HEATHER GENTLEMAN- LUDMILA: THE LIFE OF A LOST COSMONAUT
Heather Gentleman has stitched together a life that may have existed, providing essence to a lost cosmonaut's voice, her memory and her courage.
UNIQUE VISIONS: A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE
May 1 to June 15, 2021. The Women’s Art Association of Canada is pleased to present Unique Visions: A World of Difference Photography Exhibition
REFRACTIVE MOMENTS: EXPLORING LIGHT AND LIFE
The exhibition showcases work by members in a medium other than the one they usually work in or takes their preferred medium in a new direction
Women’s Art Association of Canada (WAAC) is proud to present the Artists' Choice Online Exhibition.
TED SCOTT- PHOTOGRAPHY
Solo exhibition of photography by Ted Scott, an accomplished photographer, architect, graphic designer, lecturer, passionate traveller and tour guide.
Remembering Sandra Henderson: A Snapshot of her Art
November 18-26, 2020 in the Ruth Upjohn Gallery. Sandra Henderson (1944-2020) AOCA (1956).
Women’s Art Association of Canada (WAAC) is proud to present the Small Gems show in the beautiful Dignam Gallery.
‘WHO I AM’ by Diana Ladyshewsky & Sophie Vertigan
An exhibition by two artists who express their journey towards self-definition in paintings.
Featuring artists: Kathleen Gabriel, Ulla Djelweh, and Ted Scott.
Pencil on Paper and Vellum: Pia creates images inspired by the underside of the visible world of nature. Her work is yet always intimate and private, and seeks to engage the observer within a child’s fantasy world.
Heather Gentleman: Expedition of the Fantastical
Heather Gentleman’s work is narrative in nature, finding inspiration in literature, anthropology, mythology, and symbolism.
Joanne Nelson: Go Figure
Art is something I have enjoyed, appreciated, and been curious about, all my life. Today, as an artist, I am presently motivated by the Abstract Expressionism and my training in Art Therapy.
Women’s Art Association of Canada presents its first online art show and sale.
Tiny Treasures Fundraiser
The great “Tiny Treasures” outdoor fundraiser focuses on small works of art created by several members of the Woman’s Art Association of Canada, (WAAC).
Gretchen Jeens: Let’s Face It
During this unprecedented period of a pandemic and mask wearing, we are learning to understand thought processes through the pupil of the eye.
Darkness into Light
Women’s Art Association of Canada (WAAC) is excited to present the Darkness Into Light show in the beautiful Dignam Gallery.