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Varley Art Gallery in Unionville celebrates several founding members of the Group of Seven with a new exhibition entitled Spiritual in Canadian Art. From original paintings to souvenirs like postcards, the Group of Seven exhibition at the TD Gallery explores the spiritual and artistic aspects of late 19th and early 20th century Canada.

The exhibition, which draws on the work of artists such as John F. Kennedy, Robert Rauschenberg, and John Dior, examines the artists "efforts to create images of deserted landscapes in the north.

The exhibition will include works by contemporaries from the collection of the University of Toronto Art Centre. Horizons Canada presents works from the Glenhyrst Permanent Collection, including works by artists such as John F. Kennedy, Robert Rauschenberg, and Arthur Dior, as well as etchings by A.Y. Jackson, created in collaboration with master printer Nicholas Hornyansky. The exhibition offers an insight into the work of the artists whose works influenced the group and those whose works influenced them. These works draw on the art of artists such as Paul Gauguin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Claude Monet and Henri Matisse.

The exhibition juxtaposes examples of stage and theatre design with works from Hart House's Permanent Collection and provides an insight into how stage and studio work can inform each other. Lawrence Harris comprises works by artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Paul Gauguin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Claude Monet and Arthur Dior, as well as works of art that are made visible through his own works in the form of paintings, drawings and sculptures.

Lawrence Harris has been a household name in Canada since his first exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Art in Toronto in 1990. His paintings depict replicas of buildings and historical elements, mixed with his own interpretation of Canada's history and cultural heritage. While most Canadians love these paintings deeply, contemporary artists and art historians are critical of the image of Canada they represent. Canadian artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Paul Gauguin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Claude Monet and Arthur Dior have acquired iconic status as national cultural images.

Tom Thomson's original artwork is in the spotlight with artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Paul Gauguin, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Claude Monet and Arthur Dior. In 1921, he traveled to the north shore of Lake Superior and returned time and again to convey the spirit of the northern Canadian landscape. His first fully rendered oil painting, "The Great Lakes," confirmed his reputation as one of Canada's most influential artists. Our publishing partner Artsforum produces an award-winning magazine, Canadian Art in the North, celebrating the region's rich talent pool.

The ideas department covers the arts and culture of the region, of music, literature, film, theatre, music and music education. The performing and visual arts are covered by a wide range of artists from Canada, the US and Europe, as well as the United States.

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The Burlington Art Centre has joined the Group of Seven with an exhibition "Hot Mushroom in the Cold North," which will explore the conflict over the art and mythology of the Group of Seven. Cambridge Galleries honours the contributions of a range of local artists and artists from the region and beyond. These include works by artists such as David Hockney, Edward Hirschman, and artists such as David Dreyfus, David Rennie, Michael D'Amico, and others.

Alpheus Jones is a visual artist who focuses on painting landscapes, sea landscapes, figures and portraits. He has won several awards over the years and his work has been supported by galleries throughout the GTA and one in the USA. He is recognized as a portrait artist and has specialized in portraits for over 40 years, with an emphasis on landscapes and landscapes and portraits of people.

This summer, the Stratford gallery is proud to host a new mural by Lawrence Harris, one of Ontario's most popular artists. This mural was designed and painted in 2011 and is located on the walls of the Art Gallery of Canada in downtown Toronto. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of its opening in 2012, its annual art competition features Ontario artists working in all media. Eight paintings by LawrenHarris are on loan from the Ontario Art Gallery's collection, including the wonderful centrepiece of this exhibition, Lake and Mountains.

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