AT THE GALLERIES
Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King St. W., presents Love Your Landscape: AGH Annual Summer Picnic, July 30, noon to 3 p.m. Nature and Man Revealed: The Mr. and Mrs. H.J.M. Watson Collection of British Drawings, to Oct. 8. Evolution of Form: 150 of Sculpture from the Collection, ongoing. Staging Abstraction: Paintings from the Collection, ongoing. 905-527-6610, artgalleryofhamilton.com
Art Gallery of Burlington, 1333 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, presents A Life Inspired, beading and collage by William C.G. Hodge, to Aug. 6. 905-632-7796, artgalleryofburlington.com
Carnegie Gallery, 10 King St. W., Dundas, presents Earth Scar Series, landscapes transformed by humans, by Peter Adams, to July 30. Works on Paper by Florin Hategan, to July 30. Double Exposure: The Valley Revisited, archival and contemporary images of Dundas, to July 30. 905-627-4265, carnegiegallery.org Cheryl Miles Goldring Studio and
Gallery, 652 Spring Gardens Rd., Burlington, presents Canadian landscapes by Cheryl Miles-Goldring, ongoing. 905-220-5193, cmgartworks.com
Cotton Factory, 270 Sherman Ave. N., presents Peace by Piece, The Quilt of Belonging, textile art project spanning 120 feet comprised of 263 blocks, each created to recognize Canada’s diversity, Aug. 16.
Dundas Valley School of Art, 21 Ogilvie St., Dundas, presents Double Exposure: The Valley Revisited, archival and contemporary images of Dundas, to July 30. 905-628-6357, dvsa.ca
Dundas Museum and Archives, 139 Park St. W., Dundas, presents Plein Air featuring selected works from The Monday Painters, until Aug. 5. The Whale Dynasty: 100 Years of Painting Southern Ontario, featuring selected art work from Robert Reginald Whale, his sons John Claude and Robert Heard, and his nephew John Hicks Whale, until Sept. 2. Double Exposure, featuring selected works from local artists, until July 30. 905-627-7412, dundasmuseum.ca
Earls Court Gallery, 215 Ottawa St. N., presents Nouns, new works by Lorne Winters, David Shepherd and Joanna Strong, July 27 to Aug. 26. 905-527-6685, earlscourtgallery.ca Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum, 64 Sulphur Springs Rd., Ancaster, presents Celebrating 20 Years of Great Theatre, costumes, props, and memorabilia from Theatre Ancaster, to Dec. 31. 905-648-8144 Grimsby Public Art Gallery, 18 Carnegie Lane, Grimsby, The Forest and the Trees, works by Duane Nickerson, Floyd Elzinga and Liz Menard, to July 30. 905-945-3246, grimsby.ca Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts, 126 James St. S., presents HCA Visual Arts Student Exhibition, to September. 905-528-4020, hcarts.ca
Hamilton Public Library, Central Branch, 55 York Blvd., presents Tesatawiyat (Come In), 19 photos of urban Aboriginals and their families in their homes, by Bryce Kanbara, Mina Ao and others, to Aug. 15. 905-546-3200, hpl.ca Kirkland Lynch Studio Gallery, 654 Spring Garden Rd., Burlington, presents works by abstract painter Peter Kirkland and stained glass designer Siobhan Lynch. 905-912-2130, peterkirkland.com; 289-260-8246, Sio2creations.com McMaster Museum of Art, Alvin A. Lee Building, McMaster University, 1280 Main St. W., presents the John Hansler Collection, selections from McMaster alumnus John Hansler’s recent donation focusing on post 1950 Canadian art, to Aug. 5. Coyote School, contemporary works by eight Indigenous artists, to Aug. 19. A Constant Decade, retrospective of Liss Platt’s photographic series, to Aug. 19. Ann Kipling and Takao Tanabe, drawings and etchings, to Aug. 5. Water and Oil: Domestic Vessels from the Greek and Roman World, to Sept. 1. Free admission. 905-525-9140, ext. 23081, museum.mcmaster.ca Teresa Seaton Studio & Gallery, 652 Spring Gardens Rd., Burlington, presents soapstone sculptures by Johdan, to July 30. 905-510-5030, teresaseaton.ca Sylvia Simpson’s Creative-Works, 992 King St. W., presents “A” is for Abstract, works by Sylvia Simpson, to Aug. 10. 905-517-7199 To have your gallery exhibits included in At the Galleries, log on to thespec.com/hamilton-events to register and enter your listing. See more event listings on thespec.com
Above left: Joanna Strong, “We can be Happy Here,” part of Nouns at Earls Court Gallery.
Above: Lorne Winters, “Girl with Red Lips,” part of Nouns at Earls Court Gallery.