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Rosalie Lam: Cholon, Not Forgotten

Posted by on August 06, 2018 in Exhibition | Comments Off on Rosalie Lam: Cholon, Not Forgotten

The Red Head Gallery is pleased to present summer non-member exhibition, Cholon, Not Forgotten, by artist, Rosalie Lam. This collection explores Rosalie Lam’s childhood memories of Cholon in the 1950’s – 1960’s.

Rosalie Lam “In flight” exhibition at Arcadia Art Gallery

Posted by on March 31, 2016 in General | Comments Off on Rosalie Lam “In flight” exhibition at Arcadia Art Gallery

Canada geese live in the shadow of Toronto’s condo towers and at the edge of busy roads—yet they seem to inhabit an entirely different world Living in a condo in downtown Toronto, I enjoy taking the Queen streetcar to High Park and biking along the lakeshore on warm days. The possibility of seeing and sketching Canada geese is an ordinary […]

Viva: A Celebration…

Posted by on November 04, 2015 in General | Comments Off on Viva: A Celebration…

Rosalie Lam, Nancy Hanada, Les Lawrence, Diana Valvasori, and Marcia Zamble are holding a group show at the Agincourt Library. The exhibition runs from November 4 to November 29, 2015 and features painting from the Toronto-based artists.

FU Series selected for Ontario Society of Artists Annual Open Juried Exhibition

Posted by on April 07, 2015 in General | Comments Off on FU Series selected for Ontario Society of Artists Annual Open Juried Exhibition

Rosalie Lam’s FU series was selected as part of the Ontario Society of Artists 142 Annual Open Juried Exhibition. Juried by Jordana Franklin, Lila Lewis Irving, and George Langbroek, the show runs from April 7 to May 1, 2015 at the John B. Aird Gallery. The opening reception is on April 9, 6-8 pm.

Pencil crayons art installation on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick

Site Installation and Street Art

Posted by on August 21, 2014 in General | Comments Off on Site Installation and Street Art

Rosalie Lam was taking an art course given by Martha Johnson on the Grand Manan Island. She saw these logs which are used as stakes in a herring weir and thought that they looked like pencils. Now, huge pencils are part of the fishing scene. View the images As part of the city Street Art program, Rosalie lam was commissioned […]