If you are looking for a place to find some artifacts or just to experience Ottawa - come to the ByWard Market. As you stroll through the streets of the Market, you'll discover shops and boutiques offering unique gifts, fashions, housewares, arts and crafts.
The L. A. Pai Gallery promotes contemporary emerging and established artists. Opened as the Lafreniere & Pai Gallery (2000-2011), it is run by Lisa A. Pai, director, with Anna Kempffer-Hossack, manager.
"Artisans" is a unique shop where local designers display their fine crafts offering quality wares and custom designs. You can find fine jewelry by Csilla Ekes; hand painted silk clothing and accessories by Lynne Kiel; Original acrylic and watercolour paintings by Mary Loos and much more
As contemporary art and industrial design have come to occupy an increasingly larger space in the consciousness of today's consumers, the line between "design" and "art" continues to blur, even at times to disappear. Consequently, La Petite Mort has created a new space dedicated to exploring this shifting, evolving dialogue.
Gerald and Maas was founded in 1978 in New York City under the imprint of author & artist, offering writings by John Bart Gerald and artwork by Julie Maas, and suppressed works by others; Gerald and Maas published the Convention against Genocide with supporting U.N. texts when it fell out of print at the United Nations in 1989.
The National Gallery of Canada is a visual arts museum of international stature. Located in one of the most spectacular sites in Ottawa - along Ottawa's historic ByWard Market - the National Gallery overlooks the Ottawa River and the Parliament Buildings.
The Ottawa School of Art offers Diploma and Certificate Programs, and a full range of community level art courses including drawing, painting, photography, new media, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, and a wide variety of specialized short courses and workshops.
The SPAO facility, located in the Byward Market at 168 Dalhousie Street at the corner of Bruyère, is a unique and comfortable space, laid out in the traditional "New York School" studio style. It features a multi-format darkroom, a state-of-the-art ink jet printing facility, industry standard lighting and support equipment in a daylight studio, and the Red Wall Gallery.
The Sussex Studio offers the luxury of viewing fine art in a private, relaxing atmosphere on picturesque Sussex Drive in Ottawa, Canada. An alluring variety of works from Montreal, Latin America and France are on display and continually updated.