Exhibitions

Juried and Group Submission Forms

The following exhibits are developed by independent groups, and their themes do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Homer Watson House Foundation.

 

Kitchener Waterloo Society of Artists

KWSA logoLight Miracles | Spring 2017

Each year KWSA puts on a minimum of two shows featuring KWSA members work: an open artwork exhibition, and a professionally juried show. The yearly KWSA Juried show is typically held in early spring at Homer Watson House and Art Gallery.  Open to members of KWSA

Details and Submission Forms

Miniature Quilt Exhibit

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Hay Bales Study by Tracey Lawko

Colours of Canada | Summer 2017

In celebration of Canada’s 150th, Homer Watson House Foundation is launching a Quilt and Fibre show featuring a miniature quilt exhibit.  This show explores the variety of colours that make up Canada both literally and figuratively. Open to Canadian citizens and residents.

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Hidden Valley Exhibit

Hidden Valley Revealed | Fall 2017

For the past thirteen years the Friends of Hidden Valley, have been lobbying to  bring into public ownership the Environmentally Sensitive Policy Area (ESPA) inside Hidden Valley and thus guaranteeing that the natural setting be protected for generations to come.  The focus of this juried exhibit is to highlight a natural treasure that many feel should be expanded and preserved.  Open to citizens of Waterloo Region and surrounding area.

Details and Submission Forms

 

Celebration of Visual Arts Education

Ralf Wall, Morning Sky, acrylic

Ralf Wall, Morning Sky, acrylic

Without Permanence | Fall 2017

The tradition of teaching began at Homer Watson House more than 125 years ago.  We honour those educators, past, present, future, in this year’s exhibition, Without Permanence, which highlights the work of mentors and their protege and includes one feature artist.  This year Ralf Wall is the feature, with his exhibit, Way of the Wonderer.    Open to those that have worked in the HWHG studios as an instructor or student.

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Open Gallery Student Exhibit

High School Student Installation of Artwork

High School Student Installation of Artwork

Graduating Class | Winter 2018

The Open Gallery program is intended to foster a meaningful partnership between Homer Watson House & Gallery and the Waterloo Region high school community.  Teachers work closely with the gallery to produce and execute an exhibit in accordance with curriculum mandates and gallery standards.  Open to Teachers and their students in the Waterloo Region and area schools.

Details and Submission Forms

 

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