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.
On Exhibit Now
Sara-Sati is a self-taught portrait artist from Brampton, whose lifelong goal is to master the art of hyper-realism. Her style has been evolving from realism to experimental sketch-like portraits that explore colour and texture, and aim to capture the essence of her subject. She is currently enrolled in Sheridan College for Visual and Creative Arts.
"I taught myself how to draw portraits a few weeks after my first surgery correcting a chest condition I was born with. I started drawing faces from magazines to learn and practice this new art and pass my time. I did a little doodle almost every single day during my recovery, and was delighted every time I drew to see what putting the pencil to paper revealed. With each drawing I was getting closer and closer to capturing likeness and sharpening my observational skills. Details and realism became an obsession of mine — I wanted to make my drawings look so real that you feel like you could reach out and touch them. Five years later and I think I’m on my way to getting there."
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.