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Current Exhibition

Carola Compa and AJ Oishi

Inner Vision

Exhibition continues to April 10, 2019

Inner Vision focuses on the similar desires and aesthetic presentations of ceramic artist Carola Compa and painter AJ Oishi.

Introducing the paintings of AJ Oishi, this US based artist incorporates the use of thousands of equally measured circles of paint that radiate in color apparitions from a bull’s eye composition. AJ’s art making employs her science background with a drive to exude an emotive inner response to her outside experiences.

Kostuik Gallery is equally pleased to to introduce the ceramic works of Argentina based Carola Compa. Based on her studies in Architecture, it is the shapes that arise from the trace of imaginary lines- they are the invisible record for her of the movement in time. The movements emerge from the perception of her body, her bones exploring the space, hence her forms much resemble those of skeletal structures.


Upcoming Exhibitions


Past Exhibitions

10th Annual Silent Art Auction

10th Annual Silent Art Auction

December Silent Art Auction

Kostuik Gallery invites you to partake in our 10th Annual Silent Art Auction – the only opportunity to acquire art works from our gallery artists from $500-$3000, starting at 25% less their value! Silent bidding is in person, by email or telephone – therefore, you do not need to be present to bid! Minimum bid increments are $50.


Spotlight

Either Way #2, 2018

Either Way #2, 2018

Matt Devine, ‘Either Way #2’, 2018
Aluminum with Blue Powder Coat (Matte Finish)
24 x 60 x 8 inches

Library, Parma, Italy, 2016

Library, Parma, Italy, 2016

Library, Parma, Italy, 2016
archival pigment print
available sizes
59×73.5 | 44 x 55 | | 32×40 | 21 x 26 inches


News

Made in Canada

Made in Canada

James Lahey

James Lahey, painter and photographer is presenting new oil paintings from his well received collection “Made in Canada” showcasing “Flag of Canada” and “Canada Geese” and a selection of works from 2016 onward

Marco Querin – Soon at the Gallery

Marco Querin – Soon at the Gallery

We are excited that we came across the beautiful works by Marco Querin and adding him to our roster of artists. Marco’s fiber-based work has, in itself, characteristics derived by fragility, tension, elasticity and equilibrium, and only through a precision-based controlled execution. More information and available works soon at the Kostuik Gallery and on our website!



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