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Yorkville Art Walk
Thursday, September 4, 2008

Panel of 8 images
Panel of 8 images selected from the past 12 months. See current images below.

You are invited to join us on the Yorkville Art Walk and enjoy many excellent works of art in Canada's premiere art scene, Yorkville. September is one of the busiest months of the year for the Art Walk, providing many opportunities to meet other visitors while touring the galleries. Scolllard Street Gallery will be participating in this month's walk and two exhibiting artists will be in attendance:  Ritchie Sinclair (Scollard Street Gallery) and Indrani de Silva (Impressions Art Gallery).

If this is your first time attending, you will find 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 range of styles and media with something for everyone. 

(See "Itinerary" below for details.)

If you are in Yorkville enjoying the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), why not take in some more culture by visiting the galleries of Yorkville. What a great opportunity!

Participating galleries are listed in alphabetical order, by gallery name.

Kotaro Migishi, 'Community'

Beckett Fine Art: Kotaro Migishi, 'Community', 39.25 x 31.5 Inches, Oil on Canvas

Exhibtion: Preview of the Migishi, Kato, Ohashi exhibition. Previewing from September 4th.
Exhibition opens September 20 to October 4, 2008  


Robert Savignac, 'Couleurs de Saison'

Hollander York Gallery: Robert Savignac, 'Couleurs de Saison'. 48 x 30 inches, oil on canvas
Exhibition: Robert Savignac.  September 6th to 22nd. 
The exhibition opens Saturday, September 6th and the artist will be present from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Indrani de Silva, 'Orbit'

Impressions Art Gallery: Indrani de Silva, 'Orbit', Acrylic on canvas
Artist present for the walk.
To read Indrani de Silva's Biography click on the image above and review the gallery web site.

Brian Burke, 'In a Fog'

Ingram Gallery: Brian Burke, 'In a Fog' oil on canvas 40 x 60 inches

Exhibition: Brian Burke (R.C.A.), 'Predicament', September 6 - 27, Opens at 11 a.m. Saturday, September 6th
PREVIEW night of Art Walk
Ingram Gallery will also be launching a new publication to coincide with the exhibition - 'Paintings' reflecting a decade of Burke at Ingram Gallery.

Robert Davidson, Untitled

Kinsman Robinson Galleries: Robert Davidson, Untitled, 2008, Hand-carved cedar, one-of-a-kind
62 x 14 x 1 3/4 inches

Shirley Williams 'Blue Colourscape #C-3605'

Leonardo Gallery: Shirley Williams 'Blue Colourscape #C-3605', Acrylic on Canvas, 32" x 24"
Exhibition: Shirley Williams Colourscapes until September 30th
Reception: September 4th, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.


Bob Gruen, 'Rockers' poster

Liss Gallery: Bob Gruen, 'Rockers' poster
Exhibition: Preview of Bob Gruen show, opening Thursday, Sep. 18, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Luca Madrassi, 'The Love of the Family'

Old Master Gallery: Signed: Luca Madrassi, Florentine 19th.century, 'The Love of the Family', Height 31 inches

San Base, 'ex1229'

San Base Studio: San Base, 'ex1229', Limited Edition Giclee on Canvas, 24"x 36" or 32" x 48"  

Exhibition: 'Dynamic Art'. A demonstration of computer generated, continuous changing art.

Ritchie Sinclair, 'Spirit'

Scollard Street Gallery: Ritchie Sinclair, 'Surge Of Spring'
Exhibition: Ritchie Sinclair (aka Stardreamer). September 6-20
Scollard Street Gallery is proud to present SPIRIT - The Visionary Art of Stardreamer: An exhibition of new Paintings and Pen & Inks by chosen protégé of Norval Morrisseau
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 6 at 2 p.m.
Artist present for the walk.

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 event for your calendar.


Location: Start at Hazelton Lanes Mall, 55 Avenue Rd., Toronto, Ontario
Meet on the lower level, opposite Brown’s Shoe Store in the open seating area, at the bottom of the staircase to the 2nd floor.
Free parking in Hazelton Lanes underground parking lot.
Ask your Art Walk guide for a "free parking" pass when you arrive for the tour.

Date: Thursday, September 4/08  (1st Thursday of each month, except January).

6:00 p.m. Gather and meet tour guides. (This month leaders are Marg King, Betty and Paul.)
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 "clickable" links. Just click on a link to visit the gallery's web site.

1. Beckett Fine Art Ltd.
2. Hollander York Gallery
3. Impressions Art Gallery
4. Ingram Gallery
5. Kinsman Robinson Galleries
6. Leonardo Gallery
7. Liss Gallery
8. Old Master Gallery
9. San Base Studio
10. Scollard Street 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.

Prepared by: Paul Ferri - Member, Artsgroup & Publisher Yorkville News


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