Category: Art

Friday Foto

Happy Friday!  On my way to work this morning, I noticed that a crowd of faithful fans had camped out at the K-Rock Centre to be the first in …

Friday Foto

This week’s edition of Friday Foto features one of Jukerr’s favorite pieces of graffiti behind the Grand Theatre. I have to admit that I have a soft spot for …

Friday Foto

This week I thought we’d feature something a little different for our photo. Local musician and artist Michael Pearson has a collection of wonderful paintings and sketches that he …

ConservaTree

Just over a decade ago, Canada turned waste management around by realizing modest gains in our paper recycling efforts. Specifically, in 1993 we collected and recycled more paper and …

You’re Invited!

This Thursday Modern Fuel is throwing a Christmas party and they want you there! The Holiday Season Spectacular will begin at 6pm with an old-fashioned Christmas bazaar which will …

Brock Street Art Project

Yesterday I attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Brock Street Art Project. The project consists of 4 separate sculptures, each representing a European époque in art history – …

Time

In the early 1970’s, members of the Kingston community suggested the city erect a sculpture in between the Queen’s smokestack and the water purification plant. In honour of Kingston’s …

Sakkarah

Saqqara is a vast, ancient burial ground in Egypt which features the world’s oldest step pyramid. Artist Victor Tolgesy used this idea to name his large scale sculpture found …

Ground Outline

This week’s featured outdoor art is a piece that has had Queen’s students and faculty, community members, and tourists baffled for years. I remember when I was at Queen’s …

Bent Yellow

This is the second installment of our look at large scale artwork in Kingston. This week’s piece is called Module No. 6 – Bent Yellow and was created by …