An exhibit featuring encaustic works by Greg Angus.
I'LL SEE IT
WHEN I BELIEVE IT
Running Oct. 2-28, 2020
Exhibition Opening: Oct. 2, 2020
4:00pm - 8:00pm
"These paintings point to the idea and practice of changing your mind state. They are about opening yourself up to a different way of thinking about our daily life. To look at things from a slightly different perspective and alter your consciousness. Essentially, to see beyond the immediate surface and not be afraid of what you find."
- Greg Angus
General Gallery Visits
Gallery visits by appointment only. Please contact us in advance to make your booking. We are open Wednesday's 10am-7pm, and Friday's-Sunday's from 11am-7pm.
About the Artist:
Greg Angus holds a BFA from Queen's University and an MFA from the University of British Columbia. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions around the world including Canada, Japan, France, and Scotland. Angus' work can be found in numerous private and corporate collections including the Thames Bank in London, England, Tech giant SAP, Germany, Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, Prudential Securities in Tokyo, Japan, SKW Ltd. in Tokyo, Japan, Juroku Bank in Tokyo, Japan. To read Greg's full bio, click here to view his artist profile.
We are beyond excited to officially open our doors with the launching of our first Opening Exhibit on August 28th, 2020. For our opening we will be featuring artworks from artists Greg Angus, Ixchel Suárez, Maria Isabel Fleury, Miguel Peraza, Renata Chubb, Richard Watts, Sheila Greenland and Sofia Powell. Check out the Artists Page to see their Individual artist bios. This exhibit will be open until September 25th.
About the Opening Exhibit
The Oak Heights Art Gallery opens its doors for the first time as a space where traditional and conceptual art meet. Our roster of artists varies from emerging artists to internationally acclaimed artists. Our mediums are eclectic in essence, reflecting a dynamic community. They range from photography to encaustics, from traditional tapestry weaving to formal conceptual installation art. We thrive in providing an open space where different countries, cultures, states of mind, age and gender meet in a melange of colour and texture. We welcome you to visit us, explore the Gallery, and stay connected through our upcoming solo exhibitions, events and music nights.
Please stay tuned for more information.