In the heart of Kingston, Ontario
On Display at the Gallery
Upcoming Exhibitions & Events
Fall 2020 (TBA)
My photographs of bridges, taken across Canada and Britain, present a layering of landscapes, the natural with that of human design.
A Solstice Celebration
CACCIA (Anne Archer and Chris Giguere)
For thousands of years in hundreds of cultures, people have performed solstice ceremonies to welcome the return of the light. Against an ancient and atavistic fear that the light, the sun, will not return without human intervention, we undertake vigils and engage in in antic celebrations. We eat special food, we decorate our houses with seasonal symbols, we dress up and sometimes act out, we light candles, we honour our dead.
In the heart of downtown Kingston
It’s starting to look a lot like, no, not Christmas, but a lot like there will be more hockey this year, that they will award a Stanley Cup for 2020. Until now that seemed impossible, there was too much at stake to endanger lives. Nobody wanted a rerun of the 1919...
I have been taking pictures of lost gloves since 2002 as my personal response to a feature of the urban landscape that catches my attention and demands examination and documentation. At that time, in the spring of the second year after my mother had died, my elderly...
One of my first encounters with contemporary Canadian art was a rather traumatic one: I was taken to an exhibition at the Hamilton Art Gallery in 1966, in which was a William Kurelek’s painting, This is the Nemesis, (1965,) a chilling work detailing the effects of the...
Unit 4 - 35 Johnson Street
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