Showing complete works of bijouxbead by Darlene Martin and rosbilt TinCan Banjo/Ukulele in a 200 year old restored, repurposed hen house on beautiful Amherst Island
By appointment only
Working in thematic collections that marry observation with storytelling, Darlene Martin’s work evokes geology, topography and emotion through the medium of wearable glass. Often chased through with pure gold or silver, as ore seams the rock beneath us, Martin’s aesthetic is one of sumptuous opulence, grounded in organic form and texture. She currently works from an over two centuries old farmhouse studio on Amherst Island, outside Kingston. She participates in select juried art and craft shows, has gallery representation at The Art Gallery of Ontario, The McMichael Canadian Art Collection, The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery and The Legislative Assembly of Ontario. She also runs rossland gallery on her property with her partner Ross Stuart; an intimate, immersive experience, open by appointment or special invitation.
Due to Covid-19 all in-person art shows have been cancelled for 2020.
My work can be purchased this year at these in-person locations:
rossland gallery, Amherst Island
Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto
McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg
Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, 25 Caroline Street North, Waterloo
Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 111 Wellesley Street West, Toronto
Neilson Store Museum and Cultural Centre, 5220 Front Road, Amherst Island
Eclipse Gallery, Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville