Urban Mixed Media Art by Denise Buisman Pilger
Montreal, December 16, 2016. From Februari 23-26, 2017 the Artist Abroad, Denise Buisman Pilger, will return to Toronto for the 10th annual Artist Project to be held at the Better Living Center, Exhibition Place in Toronto. The atist will be showng off her newest pieces in booth 529.
The Artist Project is a high end art fair that allows the public to browse and buy artwork directly from the artists. Visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad.
If you buy your tickets online use coupon code TAP10YRS for a nice discount!
Dates & Times
Early Access Preview
Thursday February 23 | 5-10 PM
Opening Night Party
Thursday February 23 | 7-10 PM
Friday February 24 | 11 AM - 10 PM
Saturday February 25 | 11 AM - 8 PM
Sunday February 26 | 11 AM - 6 PM
More information about where to get your tickets and what you can expect to see at the exhibition will follow soon!
We are looing forward to meeting you in booth 529! Pictures>>
The Artist Abroad will return to Toronto for the Artist Project 2017!
Solo Exhibition At Viva Vida Art Gallery
Departure: a visual summery of works by Denise Buisman Pilger
Montréal, March 15, 2017. From April 7-20 Viva Vida Art Gallery presents 'Departure" a visual summery of works by Denise Buisman Pilger (vernissage on Friday, April 7, 7pm – 10pm.)
After calling Montréal home for eight years, the time has come for Dutch artist Denise -Buisman Pilger to say Au Revoir. In June the artist will pack up her studio for an international move to Nagoya, Japan.
"After eight years Montréal has become home to me so I am definitely sad that I will have to say goodbye to this amazing city and all the awesome friends that I've made here. But I am also excited to step into this new adventure! I am looking -forward to exploring a whole new culture, meeting new amazing people and immersing myself in Japanese art, -architecture, -techniques and materials. I have never been to Asia so there's going to be a culture shock for sure!" Says Denise Buisman Pilger
This 'salon style show' features a variety of works. This provides a unique opportunity to get an insight into both the artist's development over the past eight years, and the influence our city has had on her artistic language.
"Denise Buisman Pilger is a very talented artist who has a great future in the art world. We would like to encourage -everyone to take this final opportunity to view Buisman Pilger's prolific artwork and to see the culmination of the works -completed -during her time in Montreal. In addition, this exhibition stands as a celebration of a wonderful collaboration between Viva Vida and the artist. We invite everyone to come meet the artist in person, and join us in in bidding her an au revoir and farewell!" Says Gallery Director Nedia El Khouri
"I feel incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to share my work with the wonderful people of Montréal one last time. -Montréal has been very good to me and it will always hold a special place in my heart. I really hope everyone will join us for the Venissage at Viva Vida Art Gallery on April 7th from 7-10pm, so I have a chance to thank you all for making this city feel like home!" Says Denise Buisman Pilger. Pictures >>
Viva Vida Art Gallery, 278-2 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire, QC
April 7-20, 2017
Monday: by appointment only | Tuesday to Thursday: 10am - 5pm | Friday: 10am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm | Sunday: 12 - 5pm (open to the public)
Vernissage: April 7, 2017: 7pm - 10pm (open to the public)
Come see 'Cities Through My Eyes' at Latitude 44 Gallery this April!
Montréal, March 15, 2017. From April 8-28 Latitude 44 Gallery presents 'Cities Through My Eyes' a solo exhibition of new works by Denise Buisman Pilger (special opening event on Saturday, April 8, 4pm – 7pm.)
A frequent traveler, Denise Buisman Pilger, continues to be inspired by the urban landscape and the people that populate it. "We so often complain about our cities being old and dirty and we forget about the beauty that can be found there. 'Cities Through My Eyes' will give people the opportunity to see the city through my eyes. I love to observe city life, all the cars and people rushing by, I always like to imagine where all those people are going and what their lives are like." In her work Denise captures those moments, giving us a chance to ponder and make up stories of our own.
"With an extended stay in Japan coming, this will be a unique opportunity to see the influences that North America, and Canada in particular, have had on Denise's work. We are looking forward to following her work in the upcoming years. It will be interesting to see its development as she starts exploring a whole new continent and culture." Say Latitude 44 gallery directors MaryAnn DiBernardo and Janet DiBernardo. | Pictures >>
Cities Through My Eyes
Latitude 44 Gallery, 2900 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON
April 8-28, 2017
Monday: by appointment only | Tuesday to Friday: 10am - 7pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Special opening event: April 8, 2017: 4pm - 7pm (open to the public)
Montréal, May 16, 2017. Time is flying here in Montréal! Only 4 more weeks before I am packing up my studio for my big move to Nagoya, Japan! I am so excited for this new adventure!
But before I leave this beautiful city behind I am inviting you to come visit my studio here on l'ile Bizard on May 27th from noon to 6pm for a very special studio sale!
There will be a wide variety of original artwork, sketches, prints, cards and books available with discounts up to 75%!
If you like my work this would be the perfect opportunity to add a piece to your collection!
Nagoya, September 20, 2017. From November 7-12 my work will be part of the 32nd Foreign Artists Exhibition (FAE32), organized by the Central Japan International Society (CJIS), with the generous support of Nagoya International Center (NIC). This exhibition encourages dialogue and the exchange of ideas among the citizens of Nagoya and foreign artists living in the Chubu Region of Japan.
The 32nd Foreign Artists Exhibition will be held from Tuesday, 7 November to Sunday, 12 November. Painters, potters, photographers, sculptors, printers, and other fine artists will display their original artworks in the well-appointed 4th floor Exhibition Room at Nagoya International Center (NIC). The exhibition will be open to the public, free, from 10 am to 7 pm daily except the last day (Sun.) which will end at 5:00 pm.
32nd Foreign Artists Exhibition
Montréal, November 6, 2017. Local artists Karen Hosker, Susan Por,ter Art, Elke Roth Attal, Marthe Villeneuve, Helena Scheffer Carole Lessard, Linda Denis, Donna McGee, Laura Holland, Beatrice Cluney, Susanne Strater lair, Diane Simoneau, Shernya Vininsky, Diane Bellemare, Eleanor Porter, Gilbert Lessard, Ingrid Black,Jane Hannah Judith Harvey & Joanna Schnittker Olson have all come together to help raise money for the Mission Old Brewery.
They are all selling their artwork at an affordable price just for this event at $160!!
Hot soup lunch will be served for a $5 donation
This year we also have received artworks for our draw from both Holly Friesen and Denise Buisman Pilger tickets will be sold at the door and the draw for the lucky winners will be at 3.45pm.
So mark your calenders to come along to join us for this exciting annual fundraiser.
Square Foot Art Exhibition & Old Brewery Mission Fundraiser 2017
'New York City Wall Lamp' 10"x22" by artist Denise Buisman Pilger has generously donated this mixed media piece for our draw. Tickets will be sold at the 2017 Square Foot Exhibition & Fundraiser for the Montreal Mission Old Brewery (page officielle) event and the draw for the lucky winner will be at 3.45pm #squarefootexhibition2017
Montréal, November 6, 2017. The Cure Scleroderma Foundation presents: Art for a Cure
Thursday, November 23, 2017 from 6-11PM
Silent Art Auction featuring original artworks by local Montreal artists:
-Marie-Eve Brière: MEB Painting
-John Davidson: Ceramic
Including artists from Viva Vida Art Gallery:
-Denise Buisman Pilger: Mixed Media
-Iris: Mixed Media
-Luce Laforest: Acrylic
-Gordon Pym: Oil
Proceeds benefit the Canadian Scleroderma Research Group of the Jewish General Hospital
Tickets (Available at the gallery on online): $100
-Includes hors d'oeuvres, drinks (2), music and raffle
Join us for a wonderful night for a good cause!
or by Cheque:
Cure Scleroderma Foundation
And mail to:
Fondation de l’Hôpital général juif - Jewish General Hospital Foundation
3755 ch. de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, bureau A-107
Montréal, QC H3T 1E2
Attention: Mary Etzitian
T: 514-340-8222 x 23986
Cure Scleroderma Foundation Silent Art Auction: Art for a Cure
Viva Vida Art Gallery, 278-2 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire, Quebec.