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Fulcrum

Posted on May 18, 2015

Artist's muse is skin deep - How the flaws and subtleties of the flesh bring out Sabrina Chamberland's artistic eye
Jessica Eritou

Taking some time to figure out what passion to pursue in school has paid off well for Sabrina Chamberland.

In 2007, Chamberland came to study geography and environmental studies at the University of Ottawa, prompted in part by her grandmother’s advice to go into government work. By the time she was in her last semester in April 2011, she knew it wasn’t a fit.

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Ottawa Citizen

Posted on May 18, 2015

Discomfiting photographs of the human body
Peter Simpson

The rising Ottawa artist Sabrina Chamberland is skilled at simultaneously drawing in viewers while discomfiting them. The University of Ottawa student’s photographs have already been exhibited around town, and a new show at Studio Sixty Six (202-66 Muriel St.) demonstrates further Chamberland’s determination to turn the human body into something that can at once “attract and repulse.”

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Glebe Report

Posted on May 18, 2015

Studio Sixty Six reprises uOttawa artists' showcase - SURFACING II
Morgan St. Laurent

The University of Ottawa Group Exhibition SURFACING II is a new art exhibition at Studio Sixty Six on Muriel Street.

University of Ottawa professor Michael Orsini curates the exhibition; designer Carrie Colton is the gallery director. They both have a strong belief that art should be an accessible and necessary element to life - not only for collector's or art buffs, but for everyone.

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Ottawa Citizen

Posted on May 18, 2015

The art of U of O grads hangs in new exhibition in the Glebe
Peter Simpson

Surfacing II, opening Oct. 9 at Studio Sixty Six (66 Muriel Street in the Glebe), is an opportunity to see the strength of art coming from the University of Ottawa’s fine arts program.

Eight graduates and undergraduates from the BFA program will explore a range of media to investigate the idea of “what lies beneath the surface?” The eight artists include Stanzie Tooth, Laura Demers and Jessica Bell, who was shortlisted for the 2013 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.

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The Charlatan

Posted on May 18, 2015

Studio Sixty Six shows off new talent
Katie Yamamoto

Glebe art gallery Studio Sixty-Six’s newest photography exhibit, The New Photographers, highlights emerging talent across North America, according to the gallery’s curator Carrie Colton.

Colton said she was enthusiastic about the six emerging artists whose works were selected from a number of applicants. The artists themselves are from all over North America, and though they all work in with photography, each artist has a unique style that immediately sets them apart, Colton said.

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Studio Sixty Six is a contemporary art gallery devoted to showcasing unique, thought-provoking Canadian art located at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This is our official blog, where we share what's happening at the gallery, as well as in the broader fine art and design communities of Ottawa.

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