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 Current Events 

Past Exhibition: 'Euphoria': A Juried Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: February 17th to April 14th

 

Euphoria is defined as a feeling of well-being or elation, the word is derived from the Greek word 'euphoros', meaning ‘healthy’. Research aptly shows that both creating and enjoying art can boost mood, lower anxiety, improve immune strength, and thereby induce a natural state of euphoria. Be it the ephemeral beauty of a sunset, the undefinable intimacy of a portrait or the conceptual exploration of a new idea, art makes life a little bit better. Art can also help to communicate an experience where words often fail, and as Leo Tolstoy once suggested, art can be “…the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced”. This exhibition invites artistic submissions that reflect on this idea and the artist’s unique interpretation of euphoria.

Past Exhibition: 
The way from then to now

November 4, 2023 to January 14, 2024


Artist: Deeter Hastenteufel

 

Deeter Hastenteufel is a Swiss-born, rural Ontario based multi-media artist with international recognition for his public sculptures, conceptual and mixed-media explorations and traditional drawing and painting.

Highlighting his conceptual explorations and playful undertones, this exhibition samples the breadth of Hastenteufel’s oeuvre, spanning over five decades.

BOOK LAUNCH: Shepherd’s Sight; A Farming Life by Barbara McLean

Join us on Saturday, March 23rd, 2024, at 2pm
 

ABOUT

Durham Art Gallery is a non-profit, exhibition-driven space for contemporary art and culture in West Grey, Ontario. From our earliest incarnation in the local Carnegie library to its current purpose-built home, the Gallery’s 40 years of growth have been marked by an engaged community and diversifying landscape.

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