Artway Gallery

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

Curt Gaudon

Curt Gaudon is a visual artist with a BDes Specialized Honours from York University. He paints with traditional mediums to layer and sculpt a deeply rhythmic surface that vibrates with energy and movement.

Curt’s recent projects explore the visual connections between land and sea, often depicting water or trees, narrowing in on the design fundamentals–line–shape–colour–and bordering on abstraction. These scenes evoke an emotional connection to a primordial world.

Artist Statement
My foundation in art has been in portraiture and I’ve recently been exploring plein-air painting, to draw out the human experience of nature. I'm looking to tap into the design patterns and rhythms that connect land and sea.

I strive to find a space between representation and abstraction, to paint ideas that surpass the confines of a specific place and to expose the visual sensations of idealised memories surrounding our lived experiences.

I work both plein-air and in-studio, exploring themes in multiple formats and iterations, typically in series. This allows me to experience an idea or location over a longer period of time and push the work past observation, into design and universality.


Member Exhibit - May 2024

Artwork from Visual Arts Brampton members, featuring: Aditi Ganeev Sangwan, Aleksandra Skrabka, Chris McGlynn, Colleen Dee, Eric Hansen, Ghazi Toutounji, Manju Das, Marian Simpson, Merlene Boyce, Natasha Jain and Zahra Motiei-Najafi.