Artway Invitational Gallery features solo, small group, and special juried shows and is located on the northwest side of Shoppers World Brampton next to Artway Gallery. Launched in April of 2010, this space is a spin-off of Visual Arts Brampton's Artway Gallery.
Past exhibits include work by VAB Instructors, production art from the movie The Nut Job, The Ontario Plein Air Society, and a large list of independent artists.
Exhibiting opportunities are available to solo artists and groups. See below for more information.
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Reema Chopra is an art promoter, mentor, advocate and a professionally trained Canadian Contemporary Artist. Reema provides career advice, coaching, writing services, promotion, and digital marketing strategies for artists from beginners to advanced. She is a founder of White Antelope, a branding and marketing agency located in Toronto, Canada.
Reema brings her vast knowledge and experience in advertising, art, antiques, graphic design, marketing, events and promotions, along with an international network of contacts to each of her clients. She is committed to the success each client entrusts her to bring to their efforts. She is one of the upcoming new contemporary artists to emerge out of the Canadian landscape in the last decade.
Reema Chopra is a trained Graphic Designer, Contemporary Visual Artist, Digital Marketer and a certified Usui Reiki Master who grew up chanting mantras, painting modern art and exploring the science of Ayurveda. Her passion for art began at a very young age. As a child she was surrounded by art and music, along with the beauty of the Indian landscape, inspiring her interest in fine arts and graphic design. As a teenager, she was deeply inspired by her grandfather who introduced her to Ayurveda, Eastern Art, and Spirituality.
After graduating from Visual Communications, followed by Post graduation in Marketing and Public Relations from the University of Mumbai, India, she pursued her career as a Creative Art Director for some of the top advertising agencies, fortune 500 companies, design studios, and print publications. She moved to Toronto, Ontario in the 1990s, and completed her studies in Graphic and Web Design from George Brown College and Certificate in Digital Marketing from the University of Toronto. Her versatile spirit has led her to incorporate many different styles and mediums into her works including acrylic colours, watercolors, digital art, pastels, and inks. She is a Founder of White Antelope, a Canadian company specializing in Diversity and Digital Marketing Management and Sohum Healing Arts Centre serving a diverse range of Canadian audiences.
Reema's distinctive mark is seen in her ability to lay down "multi-layered coats of vibrant paint spread over a canvas with vigorous and bold brushstrokes. Reema’s entire body of work addresses taboo and controversial issues related to fundamental human experiences such as birth, death, and aspects of consciousness. Primarily influenced by the painters like Rembrandt and Monet helped place her work in direct conflict with the abstraction and conceptual art. Some of her favorite artists include works from Saya Woolfalk and Georgia O’Keeffe as well as work from a broad range of Canadian photographers. Motivated and inspired by therapeutic art classes she facilitated at Ontario Shores of Mental Health in Whitby, Ontario, and Welcome Immigrant Center in Ajax Ontario, She quickly developed a deep passion for modalities of art therapies used for healing trauma, depression, PTSD, Dementia and many more. Reema’s art is one of disclosure, using her life events as inspiration for works ranging from painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture. Reema reveals her hopes, humiliations, failures, and successes in candid and, at times, excoriating work that is frequently both tragic and humorous.
She is devoted to the integrative field of Energy Medicine, treating a multitude of chronic and acute conditions. She is a philosopher at heart assisting individuals to heal on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. She has a passion for the arts, and actively supports local arts and community organisations in Durham Ontario region, having served as a Board member for an independent theater company Ajax Community Theater and a local art gallery Station Gallery in Whitby, Ontario and Non-profit Girls Inc Durham. She works with organisations who want to tap into the sentiments of their key stakeholder audiences in sustainable ways and is very keen on working with some great projects which are revenue generating for any community.
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 seven display cases are available on a month to month basis.
To be considered for an exhibit, please contact us with a proposal and/or samples of your work.