Posts Tagged ‘aimee van drimmelen’

Drawing Expo 2010: Galerie Rye (July 10)

July 2, 2010

Don’t miss Drawing Expo 2010, a giant group show coming up just in time for summer. Hosted by the brand new Galerie Rye in the heart of the Village, the show takes place July 9-25. Vernissage July 10, 8 p.m.

Drawing Expo! is an annual exhibition currated by Gabriel Deerman which presents Artists from Canada and abroad working in the field of contemporary drawing. Since its inception in Vancouver in 2007 Drawing Expo has explored current trends and looked forward to what the future holds for this exciting medium. This large group exhibition celebrates imagination, fantasy and the surfaces where these worlds are projected.

While the focus of the exhibition is drawing, the artists involved challenge disciplinary borders and definitions with their varying approaches to the work. Using print media, collage, brush and ink or the pen; from doodles to intricately executed renderings, a question of ‘What is drawing?’ is posed and an invitation to the viewer to ponder over and enjoy.

Drawing Expo! 2010 proudly features works by: Lee Hutzulak, Lucas Soi, Michael Comeau, Leyla Majeri, Aimée van Drimmelen, Shawn Kuruneru, Nadia Moss, Jaynus O’ Donnell, Robert Clifton, Todd Stewart, Nathan Jones, Shane Watt and James Whitman

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Drawing in Disguise

June 21, 2010

Here are a some of the images we’ve received from the June 1st event Drawing in Disguise. Thanks to everyone who came out, and stay tuned for second drink & draw party at Galerie Rye in July!

(click images to enlarge)


Making It Montreal Exhibit I. (Vernissage tonight)

March 2, 2010

Making It Montreal” Group Exhibit  @ Casa del Popolo (4873 St-Laurent, corner St-Joseph) March 2 – 31.

Vernissage: Tuesday March 2, 6:00-9:00 PM, Free Admission
Round-table discussion at 8 PM, followed by free DJ night

Featuring new works by some of Montreal’s best print artists:
Kiarra Albina
Tyler Rauman
Aimée van Drimmelen
Jesse Purcell

Harley Smart

Limited-edition prints by the featured artists will be available for sale to the public at the vernissage, and the exhibit will remain open to the public throughout the month of March.

“Making It Montreal” is a unique research and promotion project highlighting English-speaking artists who chose to make Montreal home.

Location drawing @ Marché Jean Talon

December 2, 2009

Some sketches done at Marché Jean-Talon last Sunday by Jeff Kulak


and Aimée van Drimmelen (click to enlarge):