Past Events


‘walls of smalls’ holiday exhibition and market 2017

“Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before! What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!” – Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas This season deck the halls… with ‘walls of smalls’.  A fantastic exhibition of smaller sized art perfect for unique holiday gift giving.  […]

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A Thin Semantic Line – Summer 2017 Exhibition

‘There is a thin semantic line separating weird and beautiful and that line is covered in jellyfish’ This summer season features an exhibition of paper collage on wood panels by the Noodle Gallery mistress herself, Monica Kerr-Coster. As well, the gallery continues to display awesome pottery ‘dibblers’ by Fraser Forsythe, fantastic textile creations by bee […]

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Spring workshop with kukucaju!

Get CREATIVE at Noodle on Sunday, April 30th “An optimist is the human personification of spring.”  – Susan J. Bissonette “Squirrelly Squirrels and Night Owls at Noodle Gallery!” Design and paint your own night owl or squirrel family and mount them on a piece of local live edge cherry for your own happy home” Date: Sunday, […]

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Sense of Chaos

The Noodle box atmosphere will be switching gears from the whimsy and wonder of the holiday market to the dark and mesmerizing in our next show entitled ‘Sense of Chaos’.   Featuring the beautiful photographs of D Bernard Henry and the ‘organic and morphing’ drawing designs of Chris Evitts on pottery.    “A fire’s flames […]

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Holiday Market 2016

“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” – Hamilton Wright Mable Noodle Gallery proudly presents a collection of art and fine craft from various local artists (plus one ‘Free Trade’ product made out of vintage saris from India)!  Come and browse through Noodle for unique, whimsical and imaginative […]

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Beats n’ Pieces – Summer 2016 Exhibition

“Essentially what photography is is life lit up.” – Sam Abell Featuring the dynamic works of three fabulous artists David Bastedo, Sue Holland and Matthew Cassidy of Fragmented Frames. David’s passion for music has enabled him to travel across North America and Europe documenting and creating content for Canadian bands such as The Tragically Hip, […]

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Temporal Vertigo – Winter 2016 Exhibition

“Time is the sensation of becoming what we always have been.” – Fraser Forsythe Noodle Gallery proudly presents the dramatic and ‘fiery’ creations of Eva McCauley and Fraser Forsythe for the upcoming winter exhibition.  The show is titled ‘Temporal Vertigo’ and will be running from Saturday, January 23rd until Sunday, May 29th. Please feel free to join us at an Artists’ Reception on […]

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A Conspiracy of Love – Holiday Craft Market

“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” – Hamilton Wright Mable November, 13th – January 3rd:  Join us this holiday season at Noodle Gallery for a selection of unique, whimsical and imaginative gift giving. A number of local participating artists, fine crafters and authors; Cheryll Collins Designs, Josephine Condotta, […]

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Autumn Exhibition

“The greatest invention in the world is the mind of a child.” – Thomas Edison. Wednesday, Sept. 16th – Sunday, Nov. 1st:  Autumn exhibition up in Noodle Gallery with the adorable and spectacular work of the ever- talented and ever-lovely Jenny Lorito and ever-creative and ever- down-to-earth John Leenders. You do not want to miss […]

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Josephine Condotta - Heart of the City [BOLD Remix] 2015

Electric North

“What is a soul? It’s like electricity – we don’t really know what it is, but it’s a force that can light a room.” – Ray Charles Wednesday, June 17th – Sunday, Sept. 6th:   ELECTRIC NORTH – Meet the young, enthusiastic, energetic and extremely talented Josephine Condotta!  We’re super excited to be hosting her very […]

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Brood and Bloom – Winter Exhibition

“Canadians have two seasons; brood and bloom” – Gord Downie January 10th – March 29th:  Our winter exhibition contrasts the brooding elements of ‘black and white’ photographs with the colourful impact of bright, textured acrylic impasto paintings. Artists: Tiffany Horrocks –  My current work is acrylic impasto paintings with thickly applied paints and gels. Perhaps […]

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