Anna Yuschuk

Exhibiting with Ingram Gallery since 2001, renowned Toronto artist Anna Yuschuk opens her 2013 solo, Water on April 27th.  Confident in all genres, Yuschuk returns to the heart of landscape painting in this much anticipated new series. 

We warmly invite you to join us at the gallery this coming Saturday, April 27th for a special reception with Anna Yuschuk between 2pm and 4pm.  Anna Yuschuk's 6th solo with the gallery opens at 11am, Saturday April 27th and runs through until May 16th.

Left to Right (above): The Other Side of Pond, This Cherry Tree is Older Than I, The Guard.
On The Walls

April 27 - May 16 . 2013

Opening reception with Anna Yuschuk:
Saturday, April 27th from 2pm to 4pm. 

Not to be missed, Yuschuk's new collection of thought-provoking landscape paintings lead us to the water -- as we consider the subject matter through our own relationships with both ourselves and the natural world.  Yuschuk's ability to initiate contemplation and a sense of oneness with the world is ripe in the twelve new Water works.  Looking both east and west of downtown Toronto, Yuschuk draws her inspiration and her subject matter from the beach shoreline of Lake Ontario to Grenadier Pond in High Park.  Through her immaculate surfaces, beautiful palette and strong eye for composition, Yuschuk has created works you will want to experience in person.

Everyone at one time in their life will experience a profound connection with
nature whether momentarily or as an ongoing process. In that moment they are
recognizing themselves as one with nature. What makes us feel so harmonious
with a particular arrangement of natural elements?
- Yuschuk, 2013


Anna Yuschuk is a Toronto based contemporary painter whose work is centered on aspects of consciousness.  Originally from the Ukraine, Yuschuk moved to Canada in 1990, shortly after graduating from Lviv State Academy of Fine Arts. Since arriving in Canada, Yuschuk's works have been shown extensively in over 30 exhibitions in public and commercial galleries.

For Yuschuk, as for Richter, there is more to say through the practice of painting,
particularly of that which is unsaid and unknown.

For press and sales information please enquire with the gallery. Exhibition catalogue, artist's CV and statement available as PDFs.

Up Next


Save the Date! Double Solo Exhibitions: May 23 - June 12 . 2013

Celebrate with Alain Bonder and Andrew Bell:
Thursday, May 23rd, 5pm - 8pm


Alain Bonder

A new series of painted historic pugilists from Montréal-based artist Alain Bonder is ahead in May. 

Distortions is something like the end of a game of broken telephone. A single phrase, passed down the line, received and repeated from person to person, emerges in altered forms, bearing only the slightest resemblance to its original. This series is about personal memory and its distortion over time, but it is also about our way of seeing and imagining the past through photographs. These pieces play with representation, with how we see and know the past through the earlier conventions of photographic portraiture and point to the uncanny experience of looking at pictures of another era.


Andrew BELL
skulpturs + fabriks

Andrew Bell

Loosely inspired by Andrew Bell's recent re-discovery of Richard Brautigan's poem "All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace" skulpturs + fabriks is an exhibition of sculptures and photo-based mixed media works which considers the advent of synthetic humans.
From All Of Us  

We are pleased to share that Ingram Gallery will be part of the exceptional city-wide event Doors Open Toronto this spring (May 25th and 26th). Our love of neighbourhood Doors Open Toronto flows through to our love of the city and Doors Open Toronto is an opportunity for us to share both our business and our building on a grand scale.  We will have more news on this and our other upcoming events in the next issue of Ingram Art News!.  

Missed Sean Yelland's amazing solo last month? Or, didn't have a chance to read about Florence Vale at PAMA, fret not -- you can catch up on all past issues of our online publication here.

It is simply wonderful when we get to say "Welcome to the gallery!".  With that, we greatly look forward to seeing you on Saturday, April 27th.  Meet & Greet with Anna Yuschuk between 2pm and 4pm.  

With happy wishes,


Tarah Aylward, Director 
Ingram Gallery, Toronto