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October 4 - 25 . 2007


Please join us at the gallery for a reception with the artist.

Saturday October 6th from 2 to 5 pm.


Ingram Gallery is delighted to be presenting the latest collection from acclaimed Canadian artist Anna Yuschuk. This is Yuschuk's 4th solo exhibition with Ingram Gallery. Please make sure to visit the gallery between October 4th and 25th to enjoy Yuschuk's new works.

Following Yuschuk's show, Ingram Gallery will be participating in the 8th Annual Toronto International Art Fair. Please find further details in our events summary below.

Don't hesitate to stop by if you're in the neighborhood. We look forward to seeing you at the gallery!

Tarah, Jeff, Chris, Tory, Anthea, Ekin
aka Team Ingram

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"I am interested in the idea of an empty space as a metaphor for consciousness. In a nearly empty room our senses become heightened and we are more likely to be aware of ourselves, our environment and the present moment." - Yuschuk (2007)

Drenched in light and colour, the latest paintings by Anna Yuschuk bridge the gap between her representational and abstract works. Yuschuk is the recipient of the 2006 Mississauga Arts Council established artist award and will be having a public exhibition of her works in the Spring of 2008 at the Art Gallery of Peel.
Toronto International Art Fair
Booth 302

Berman THUMB
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October 26-29 . 2007
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building. Exhibit Halls A and B

Ingram Gallery is proud to represent our outstanding roster of artists as we return once more for the 8th annual Toronto International Art Fair. Be sure to come and visit the Gallery at Booth 302 throughout the duration of the fair.
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Ingram Gallery has been proud to exhibit leading Canadian artists in a warm and inviting environment since 1988. Our north gallery, known for contemporary figurative and textural abstraction, is complemented by our south gallery's focus on traditions in Canadian art.