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Current Exhibitions

Buffet Style (Annual Members’ Show)
August 16 – September 14, 2019

Opening Reception: August 16th, 7-9pm

The EE Members’ Show is your opportunity to see what the members of Eastern Edge Gallery have been up to this past year!

EE’s membership includes some of the best artists in the province, and the members’ show is always an exciting exhibition of diverse artistic practise! This year’s show includes a variety of painting, photography, sculpture, stained glass, installation, and more!

As well, some works will be for sale in our Silent Auction Fundraiser! The auction will run for the duration of the exhibition with the proceeds being split 50/50 between the artists and the gallery! It is because of these fundraisers that we are able to support fun, creative, and engaging events at our gallery!

Wake Up Inspired!
August 16 – September 14, 2019
rOGUE Gallery

Work by: Charlotte Hobden, Chris Morro, Javad Luxar, Jeremy Harnum, Kevin Melanson, Molly Graham, Payam Pooyfar, Rachel Gilbert, Shannon Pomeroy, and Stephanie Sheppard.

Wake Up Inspired is an annual exhibition of visual art (prints, paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, etc.) by Newfoundland and Labrador artists aged 15-35. Wake Up Inspired is organized by For the Love of Learning, an arts-based education charity, helping Newfoundland and Labrador youth overcome social and/or economic obstacles.

José Luis González: Killing Time
July 6 – August 3, 2019
David Tuck Memorial Library

Killing Time is an exhibition of autobiographical ink drawings by the Argentinian-Canadian artist José Luis González. Done in a minimalist style, this work was inspired by the trials and tribulations experienced by the artist while waiting to acquire Canadian citizen status in the city of St. John’s in Newfoundland and Labrador. These images are featured in his upcoming book entitled “Still Life”.

José Luis González was born in the metropolitan area of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the year 1980. He worked for several years for some of the most important animation studios of Argentina, meanwhile publishing his work at He moved to Canada in 2008. After two years in Vancouver, a hitch hiking trip across the country took him to the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, place were he resides since then, working as visual artist, illustrator and writing graphic novels and zines inspired by his experiences.

The artist has two graphic novels (“Año Sabático” and “Antes de Volver”) published to this date by the Argentinian label “Musaraña”. He also has been publishing art books and zines with Pink Eye in St. John’s, NL and with his own label Bebop Yonqui and also with the master printer Guido Avramides in Buenos Aires. Besides the graphic work, the artist has been slowly but steadily showing his work in galleries and alternative art venues around the world, like Hollywood in Cambodia in Buenos Aires, Crack festival in Rome and the Millerntor Gallery in Hamburg.

You can follow his work on Instagram at @antiardilla or at

The artist acknowledges the financial support by the Arts Council of Newfoundland and the city of St. John’s for the realization for this work.