We welcome G Gallery to our neighborhood. We learned of G Gallery from Joe Fuda’s Oz Studios blog. This new art gallery is located at the back of Oz Studios building, 134 Ossington, with a separate entrance on Foxley Place, the alley around back.
G Gallery has been open at least a month, and will be open Friday-Sunday from 12-5pm. This is a not a new gallery, having moved from Queen and Sherbourne to Ossington in October. According to their website, G Gallery is a collaboration between John Goodwin, the School of Fine Art and Music at the University of Guelph. The gallery is run by Guelph alumni, with assistance from advisors from Guelph faculty and SOFAM.
The current exhibition, called Calculus of Forms, is an examination of urban forms, with a look at architecture, history and politics through models of 7 public housing sites on The Great Lakes. The next exhibit launches Nov. 18 and features work by Miles Collyer.