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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, art­gallery­ofhamil­

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, art­gallery­of­burling­

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, carneg­ie­ Ch­eryl Miles Goldring Stu­dio and

Gallery, 652 Spring Gar­dens Rd., Burling­ton, presents Cana­dian land­scapes by Ch­eryl Miles-Goldring, on­go­ing. 905-220-5193, cm­gart­

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,

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, dun­das­mu­

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, earlscourt­ 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, Hamil­ton Con­ser­va­tory for the Arts, 126 James St. S., presents HCA Vis­ual Arts Stu­dent Ex­hi­bi­tion, to Septem­ber. 905-528-4020,

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, 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, pe­terkirk­; 289-260-8246, Sio2cre­ 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, mu­ Teresa Seaton Stu­dio & Gallery, 652 Spring Gar­dens Rd., Burling­ton, presents soap­stone sculp­tures by Jo­hdan, to July 30. 905-510-5030, tere­ 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 thes­­ton-events to reg­is­ter and en­ter your list­ing. See more event list­ings on thes­

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.

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