Since opening Likely General Gallery in late 2013, we've had the honour of watching over 50+ artists and vendors utilize our space. The gallery presents new work each month and openings are typically the first Friday of every month. We strive to be an open and inclusive space for up-and-coming artists to experiment with solo or collaborative shows. We typically book 6 months ahead. If you are an artist wishing to show, please don't hesitate to contact us with a proposal. 

 

C U R R E N T   E X H I B I T I O N   

OLD ORCHARD | PAINTINGS, PRINTS, AND ARTIST BOOK LAUNCH

MIRANDA CRABTREE

Exhibition: November 5th - 30th
Opening: November 8th, 6-9pm

Miranda Crabtree is a Toronto based artist who studied Fine Art at NSCAD University in Halifax, Canada. Her figurative work makes use of installation, painting, and printed matter to describe rich, fantastical narratives.

Deriving subject matter from personal dreams and daily interactions with natural spaces, Crabtree creates interdisciplinary imagery as panacea to these sorted impressions. The figures in her work eerily melt into and enter the spiritual domain of landscape. 

 Likely General is not a scent-free space.
There is an accessibility ramp upon entering.

Gallery Hours

Monday-Saturday, 11-7


 

U P C O M I N G   2 0 1 9  E X H I B I T I O N S 


January | India Amara & Erin Mccutcheon
*Currently accepting submissions for 2020, please email detailed proposal 
 

 P A S T   E X H I B I T I O N S 

2019

September & October | Sarah Cannon

July & August | What Would Love Do Now Pop-up

June | Window Installation by Maddy Matthews

May | Fallows | Chelsee Ivans

April | Artwork For Your Bathroom Wall…and other intimate spaces | Alisha Davidson

March | If 1 More Person Tells Me I'm Strong I'm Going 2 Cry | BlackPowerBarbie

February | Hell Heal the Periphery | Spencer Hatch

 

2018

December | So Far From the Water and Thirsty | Alicia Nauta & Brooke Manning

November | Goblin Market | Anna May Henry 
October | Talk | Maryanne Casasanta

 

August | Family Process | Glasstalisman's & Penumbra Glassworks

July | I Saw A Change | Hugh Matter

June | Kids Art: Inclusivity Show for Kids 12 and under

May | Drawings, Lorenz Peter

April | Colour Code Print Show |

March | Drawings, Erika Altosaar

February | Drawing Down the Moon, Shauna Eve

January | Lewis Pass, Angela Lewis

 

2017

December | In The Sky, On The Earth, Lindsey Lickers

November | State(s) of Being, Alice MacClean

October | Fleeting Glimpses, Kirk Clyne

September | Tasteful Nudes, Cody Deane Cochrane

August | Half a Year, Andrea Manica

July |  Reaching for the Pearl, Diana Lynn Vandermeulen

June | Bric-a-Brac, Chris Foster

May |  Not Separate from a Dang Thing, Drea Scotland 

April | Catalog of Uncertainty, Alicia Nauta

March | Public House, Private Life, Alec Sutherland  

January |  Perennial, Sarah Cannon

 

2016

December | Sagan Editions & Flying Books

October | Mineral, Mountain, Woman, watercolour drawings, Louise Reimer

September | Domestic Concerns, paintings, Laura Dawe

June | World to Come, watercolour drawings, Julia Dickens

May | Shadow Grounds, drawings, G.B. Jones, Adrienne Kammerer, Jamiyla Lowe

April | Bird Feels, Lucy Pelletier

March | Golden Lonesome, Arden Wray

February | Beyond the Starry Mountain, Diana Lynn Vandermeulen 

 

2015

December | Felted Forest, felted sculpture, Marjorie Campbell

November | West Arm, photographs, Sarah Bodri

October | Come to the Mountain, oil paintings, Cody Deane Cochrane

September | V NICE V ZEN, visual and sound installation, Diana Lynn VanderMeulen

August | Please Do Touch, braille paintings, Devon Sioui & Faye Harnest

July | 4 Poets Celebration with installation by Andi Clifford

June | Rising Reflections, weaving, Katherine Salnek

 

 


 

 

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