Summer Series V


August is rolling along and we are enjoying the pace as we dive into the preparations for the launch of our upcoming exhibition season.  In studio and collections each week securing new works for the gallery -- we note that we are continually surrounded by great art.  The same is true with a visit to the gallery to catch the final weeks of our 5thYann Leroux annual Summer Series.  New works by Peter Mitchell, Yann Leroux and Scott Owles are on continual rotation to the walls, paired with signature works by other gallery artists.  Summer Series V runs until August 24th.

Special greetings to the new friends and art lovers we have met at the gallery in recent weeks.  We have noticed many collectors visiting from abroad and are happy that the neighbourhood of Yorkville has so much to offer.  Ingram Art News! is a wonderful way to stay in touch with your gallery.  We greatly appreciate the feedback you share and the requests we receive each month.  As in the past, please let us know about a specific feature, such as an artist profile, that you would like to see in future issues. 
Caven Atkins


Gathering Clouds
8 - 29 September . 2012

>> Opening reception: Saturday, 8 September at 11am


Saturday, September 8th at 11am marks the opening of Gathering Clouds, our first Caven Atkins solo exhibition of Caven Aktins' works at Ingram Gallery, Toronto.  A multi-talented visionary, painting alongside Carl Schaefer, Charles Comfort and Fritz Brandtner -- Caven Atkins (1907-2000) was a master of all media.  Curated as a significant part of our 2011 exhibition In the Neighbourhood, Caven Atkins had studios on both Howland and Ossington in Toronto.  In addition to his Ontario days, Caven Atkins was also part of the artistic communities of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Detroit, Michigan.

Exhibition Schedule updates 


The months ahead at Ingram Gallery are shaped by three back to back significant solo exhibitions.  Soon after our Caven Atkins exhibition in September -- we open Ryan Price's 4th solo enticingly titled Woodswork.  Recently in studio with Sara Sniderhan, we are most excited by what is in store for all with Sniderhan's 2nd solo at the gallery.  ....get back home opens November 15th.

Please follow the link below for the final updates to our 2012 exhibition schedule:
2012 Exhibition Schedule.  


I paint what I dream, I draw what I know and I collage who I am. 
- Florence Vale (1909-2003)


In addition to the wealth of art news above, recent weeks have also seen new works to the walls by Harold Town, Jack Beder & Florence Vale.  A new essay on Vale is in the works and will be available shortly as a PDF by email.  Just this week we have seen the arrival of figurative bronze sculptures by Montréal-realist Oscar Ross and we continue to be on the lookout for fine folk art by Ontario 'folk'. Harold Town

Art has no middle ground. Either it works or it doesn't. Bad art is not the enemy, mediocre art is the enemy. 
- Harold Town (1924-1990), 1987

Please contact the gallery for further information. 

Please be sure to mark your calendars for the opening reception dates and times ahead at Ingram Gallery.  Please also keep an eye out for your next issue of Ingram Art News! which you will receive soon after the Labour Day long weekend.
Oscar Ross
May your summer days be full! We always enjoy your visits and look forward to seeing you at the gallery.  With this in mind, may your August plans include a trip to Ingram Gallery.  See you soon! 

With happy wishes,


Tarah Aylward, Director
Ingram Gallery, Toronto