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Yorkville Art Walk
Thursday, April 3, 2008

This month's Art Walk promises to be very engaging and interactive. The following galleries will have their exhibiting artist in attendance for this month's walk: Hollander York Gallery; Ingram Gallery and Leonardo Gallery.

If this is your first time attending you will find that the monthly Yorkville Art Walk is an ideal opportunity to view and consider a wide range of quality originals from exceptional artists. Guests will see a broad span of styles and media with something for everyone.  (See "Itinerary" below for details.)

If you want to get a head start on spring come out and join us on the walk. You may just find that perfect piece you have been looking for!

Arthur Shilling, 'Elder Woman'

Beckett Fine Art: Arthur Shilling, 'Elder Woman'
Portrait 40 x 30 Inches, Oil on Canvas.

Leif Ostlund, 'Cherry Tree'

Hollander York Gallery: Leif Ostlund, 'Cherry Tree'
24 x 30 inches, Oil on Canvas
Artist present for Art Walk
Exhibition: March 29 – April 21/08

Shaun Downey,'Ms. Gale'

Ingram Gallery: Shaun Downey,'Ms. Gale' (2008)
20 x 16 inches, Oil on canvas
Exhibition opens Sat. Apr. 12 2-4 p.m.

Tom Forrestall, 'Murder of Crows', 2004

Kinsman Robinson Galleries: Tom Forrestall, 'Murder of Crows', 2004
Egg tempera on board, 31 inches diameter

Marjolyn van der Hart, 'Reminded of Tomorrow' (2007)

Leonardo Gallery: Marjolyn van der Hart, 'Reminded of Tomorrow' (2007)
Mixed Media on Canvas, 48 x 48 inches
Exhibition: March 26 – April 16, 2008 "Fragments of the Imagination"

Steven Holland (USA), 'Tiger Woods'

Liss Gallery: Steven Holland (USA), 'Tiger Woods'
Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas autographed by Tiger Woods.
Artist Steven Holland (USA) will be at Liss Gallery for a one man show May 1st 2008

Background Overview  

A highly informative monthly tour takes place in the Yorkville Art Gallery district, giving newcomers and regular attendees a focused overview of the Yorkville art scene. This informal, free tour begins by gathering at the Rotunda (lower level) in the Hazelton Lanes Mall , opposite Browns’ Shoe Store. The attendees split into two or three smaller groups which visit selected area galleries during the evening. Each small group is led by a volunteer tour guide who is familiar with art appreciation and the local art scene. Some of the galleries may have featured artists present for the tour. A wide range of Contemporary or Historical Canadian and International works of art are available for viewing. At the end of the evening attendees may join the group for coffee at a local area café. The Artsgroup hopes you will consider this for your calendar.


Location: Start at Hazelton Lanes Mall - near the Rotunda
(lower level - opposite Brown’s Shoe Store in the open seating area)
55 Avenue Rd., Toronto
Free parking in Hazelton Lanes underground parking lot.
Ask your Art Walk guide for a parking pass.

Date: Thursday, April 3/08  (1st Thursday of each month, except January).

6:00 p.m. Gather and meet tour guides. (This month leaders are Marg King and Barbara Mitchell.)
6:30 p.m. Leave to tour selected galleries.
Tour starts at 6:30 sharp!
8:00 p.m. Tour ends
Coffee follows the tour at a local café. (If you are available.)

Participating Galleries Include:

Note: These are all "clickable" links. Just click on a link to visit the gallery's web site.

1. Beckett Fine Art Ltd.
Hollander York Gallery
3. Ingram Gallery
Kinsman Robinson Galleries
Leonardo Gallery
Liss Gallery

Sponsored by Artsgroup
. Co-ordinator: Marg King
If you require further details please call Marg at (416) 9 6 6 - 2 9 9 1 or send an email to

Please forward this page to others who you feel who would appreciate receiving this announcement. If you would like to receive your own monthly reminder about the Art Walk please send an email to with the email's Subject as "Art Walk".

Photos used with permission of the artists and the hosting galleries.
Paul Ferri - Member, Artsgroup & Publisher Yorkville News


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