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  Group Exhibit The Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada (USOM) Opening reception: October 4 at  3 p.m. The Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada (USOM) was founded in 1955 – 1956 by the arts activists Mykhailo Dmytrenko, Bohdan Stebelsky and Ivan Keywan with the support of other like-minded artists. The Association…(Read More)

September 11 – 27, 2015 Solo Art Exhibit of Oleh Savytski Artworks Opening reception: Friday, September 11 at 7pm Oleh Savytski was born 1963, in Ukraine. In 1989, he graduated from the Ukrainian National Academy of Arts, where he obtained a master’s degree in architecture. Oleh started his professional career as a Production Designer at…(Read More)

Once again, the KUMF Gallery will be holding it’s popular Original art sale! Art Treasures from Private Collections March 6 – 15, 2015 We encourage you to check your private art collection, storage spaces where might be stored unseen, or peruse your walls to edit your existing art collection. We will be accepting two (2…(Read More)

“Capture A Moment” A moment in time as seen through the eyes of Canadian Artists The KUMF Gallery sent out a call for contemporary artists from all across Canada to showcase their personal interpretations of “Capture a Moment”. Promising emerging, mid-career and established artists from across Canada submitted their works for selection. Artists were…(Read More)

Ivan Salevych was born on August 6, 1960 in the Zalishchnyky region of Ukraine, in the village of Kostilnyky, which is now called Vynohradne. In 1981, after completing studies in the School of Applied Arts in Vyzhnyci in the Chernihiv oblast, he went on to study in the Moscow Advanced School of Artistic and Industrial…(Read More)

“Eye of the Beholder” is the show that puts to a test the concept of the French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty about the way the viewers affect perceptions of paintings. This is particularly true in regard to Andrew Charyna’s art. The spectators can simply glide over the surface of the pictures getting sophisticated plays…(Read More)