RED CLIFF by Alan Stein
Revisiting the Rural is the Christina Parker Gallery summer exhibition featuring many of the gallery artists who have created a response to their personal landscape. The diversity of the work in this exhibition reflects the range of work that the gallery continually exhibits including painting, photography, sculpture, drawing and printmaking.
THE BATTERY AT NIGHT by Alan Stein
The public opening for the exhibition is Thursday, July 13th from 5:30 – 8:00 pm and the exhibition continues until August 31.
Artists will be present. Music will be by Boyd Chubbs.
Alan's wood engravings from The Golden Lilies by P.K. Page will be shown on the screen during a performance of Neil Young’s “After the Gold Rush”in an exciting new production at SOULPEPPER.
TRUE PATRIOT LOVE: A CONCERT
Slaight Family Director of Music Mike Ross leads a company of stellar artists through a celebration of Canada’s diverse musical offerings that have been our nation’s gift to the world.
ON STAGE IN TORONTO APRIL 11, 13, 15
Soulpepper Theatre operates inside The Young Centre for Performing Arts and is located at 50 Tank House Lane - the north-east corner of the Distillery Historic District, at the intersection of Mill Street and Cherry Street.
TRUE NORTH: A CONCERT OF CANADA
ON STAGE IN NEW YORK CITY - SOULPEPPER ON 42ND STREET
Opening on Canada’s 150th Birthday (July 1, 2017) this concert will use beloved Canadian songs as the spine of an examination into the values of a nation on its birthday.
I will be showing my hand printed books and wood engravings at the book fair
I will be showing my hand printed books and wood engravings along with other members of the Arts & Letters Club - open to the public.
In the fall of 2017 I am going on an exciting expedition and you are invited to come along - have a look at the Adventure Canada website for more information. We'd love to have you join us!
An Old Sailor's Portion. (1932) Broadside
Following the successful publication of ‘Viewfinder’ the collaborative limited edition book project between Alan Stein and Michael Crummey, a new hand-printed broadside of Michael Crummey’s poem “An Old Sailor’s Portion." (1932) is now available from the Church Street Press.
Hand printed on St. Armand hand-made paper with a single wood engraving, in a limited edition of 99, 22x60cm.
Signed and numbered by Alan Stein and Michael Crummey.
Available from the Church Street Press and Parry Sound Books.
Arts & Letters Club, April 13
Several wood engravings from Alan's award winning hand printed book "Home Country" selected poems by Al Purdy, have been on the big screen across the country since the documentary film Al Purdy Was Here, premiered at TIFF in Toronto last Fall. It will be shown again at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto on April 13, please check www.alpurdywashere.com for information about the film.
Solo exhibition of new work.
Opening November 7, exhibit continues through November 21
A cross-Canada exhibition with pastels of southern Saskatchewan, Georgian Bay and a focus on Newfoundland's Bonavista and Avalon peninsulas. Also featured is a series of wood engravings illustrating the poems of Michael Crummey from Alan's private press edition book, "Viewfinder".
“On the Avalon”
An exhibition of new pastels with a focus on coastal villages on the Avalon peninsula, also on view will be a series of 20 wood engravings from Alan’s Church Street Press recent hand printed publication ‘Viewfinder’, 18 selected poems by Michael Crummey.
Christina Parker Gallery
50 Water Street, St. John’s Newfoundland
Opening; July 9, 2015. 5:30 - 8pm, exhibition continues to July 31.
Alan's work will be part of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts "New Members Exhibition'.
Beaux Arts des Ameriques Gallery, Montreal
May 7 - 16, 2015
Vernissage 15 May, 5-7pm
Celebrating it's 135th year, the Royal Canadian Academy is a national organization composed of over 800 members elected from a broad diversity of disciplines.
An exhibition about the making of Alan's Church Street Press, limited edition book, of Michael Crummey's poetry
Grimsby Public Art Gallery April 4 - May 17, 2015
Opening - Sunday April 12, 2-4pm
One of Alan’s pastels, “Over Painted Rocks #2” was selected to represent the OSA at the Aird Gallery’s 30th Anniversary exhibit. The exhibit celebrates the four founding organizations of the gallery; the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, the Ontario Society of Artists, the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Sculpture Society of Canada. The exhibit opens Thursday 12th and continues through to April 3.
Exhibition and Book Launch
Arts & Letters Club Toronto,
Open House, October 5th, 2014. 2-5pm
Reading by Michael Crummey 3pm
In conjunction with the release of the limited edition book Viewfinder, 18 selected poems by Michael Crummey, there will be an exhibition describing the making of a letterpress book, featuring wood engravings, charcoals, sketches, models and proofs.
July 1 - September 7, 2014
Art Gallery of Sudbury
Seven selected contemporary artists who live and work in communities around Georgian Bay, in Sudbury, and along the crescent from Midland to Manitoulin Island show how the landscape of rocks and water - icons that so affected members of the Group of Seven continue to inspire.
Four of Alan's large pastels are part of the exhibition celebrating Festival of the Seven, curated by Tom Smart. Selected artists include John Hartman, Ed Bartram, Anong Beam, Alan Stein, John Stopciata, Pierre Sabourin, Kelvin Smith, along with an extraordinary collection of the work of Franklin Carmichael.
Alan's pastel "Parry Sound High Trestle in Winter" was selected to be part of 'Wintertime' an exhibition by members of the Arts & Letters Club of Toronto. Exhibition continues February 1, 2014
Alan will be attending the annual OCAD Book Fair of private press printers and book artists at OCAD University campus November 30th, 2013.