Visual Arts Brampton's primary gallery space, Artway Gallery, is located in the northwest side of Shoppers World Brampton. The gallery features solo and small group shows, and a variety of recently completed work by members and youth from our art classes.
Past exhibits include work by The Golden Age Academy, production art from the movie The Nut Job, The Ontario Plein Air Society, and a large list of independent artists.
How to Exhibit
Are you an artist or group looking to show your work to a larger audiance? Artway Invitational at Shoppers World Brampton gives artists the opportunity to display their work at no cost. Located in a busy mall entrance corridor, the display cases are available for exhibits on a month to month basis.
To be considered for an exhibit, please contact us with a proposal and/or samples of your work.
On Exhibit Now
Aleksandra Kojevnikova was born in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, and immigrated to Canada in 2018. She graduated from the Kyrgyz-Russia Slavic University with a degree in Artist Stylist (Fashion design). During her education she studied art history, design, drawing, color theory, and painting. Throughout University, her work was selected to be in many art and fashion shows, including the Kyrgyz Fashion Week, one of the biggest shows in
Kyrgyzstan. After University Aleksandra works as a graphic designer, also teaches drawing lessons for kids.
Aleksandra works in various visual arts techniques: watercolors, acrylics, oil and mixed techniques. Also, she has experience in digital and fashion illustration.
Fashion illustration and botanical illustration are the two main themes in which the author works. Through her work, Aleksandra shows the connection between nature and human, her female portraits have elements of plants and animals. Botanical illustration is also an inspiration for the author, the study of the volume, shape, texture of plants and flowers excellent practice of studding nature. Experiments in mixing watercolors and other materials give unlimited freedom and new ideas in painting. Through the drawing of nature and human, the author learns this world, revealing new colors in it.
Acrylic is another material that Aleksandra works and experiments with. The main idea was an attempt to mix modern graphics and classical painting techniques. Author also wanted to discover and use innovation and modern materials.
The presented works of the author are full of inspiration, love for nature and creativity, and endless search for new ways in creativity.
Member Exhibit - November 2022
Artwork from Visual Arts Brampton members, featuring: Chris McGlynn, Colleen Dee, ecmunson, Mary Jones, Maureen McLellan, & Merlene Boyce