Monday - Friday: 11.00 - 18.30


Saturday: 11.00 - 17.00


Sunday: 12.30 - 16.30 

Solo Exhibitions


2017   Artistic Inklings, Picton, ON. Howling at the Moon

         Artistic Inklings, Picton, ON. Tattoo


2016   Parrott Gallery, Belleville, ON. ENERGY FIELD


2013   17 Steps, Toronto, ON. Summer Yellow


2012   Huntsville Art Space, Huntsville, ON. Changes


2011    Khao San Road, Toronto, ON. Road Trippin Series


2008   Urbanscape Gallery, Toronto, ON. My City 



Group Exhibitions


2018   Propeller Gallery, Salon 12, Toronto, ON.


2017   County Contemporary, PEC, ON. Curated Survey

          Maison Depoivre, PEC, ON. Camp Picton

          Blizzmax Gallery, PEC, ON. Canadian Identity


2016   County Contemporary, PEC, ON. Curated Survey

          Blizzmax Gallery, PEC, ON. Ekphrasis


2015   PEC studio tour, PEC, ON.

          Blizzmax Gallery, PEC, ON. On A Roll

          Propeller Gallery, Toronto, ON. Black and White               Show


2014   The Spoke Club, Toronto, ON. Spring Show

          Le Canal Gallery, Montreal, QC. Summer Showcase


2013   TAG Art Gallery, St. Catherines, ON. Summer/Fall


2012   #Hashtag Gallery, Toronto, ON. Chroma

          Artscape Gallery, Toronto, ON. Winter Show

          Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, ON. NUMBERS Event


2011    Gallery 1313, Toronto, ON. Winter Show


2010    Sky Factory Studio, Toronto, ON. June Show


2009   Denison Gallery, Toronto, ON. Art by Designers


2008   The Gathering Space, Toronto, ON. Junction Woman


2007   Junction Arts Festival, Toronto, ON. Urban Nature           Series


2006   Latitude 44 Gallery, Toronto, ON. Feminine                         Persuasion


2005   Latitude 44 Gallery, Toronto, ON. Woman and  Her  



“My art conveys a process of problem solving. My paintings are a conversation between form energy, texture and intuition. I have developed a personal pictorial dialect, a language of mark making and symbols that I use to convey my thoughts from a place centered in the moment of creation. I feel best when I speak in this language of strong graphic shapes and gestural marks.”

For over 30 years, Rhonda Nolan had her studio and raised her family in the heart of Toronto in the Junction area. She has recently moved her studio to Prince Edward County, Ontario. Rhonda has exhibited consistently since 1995. She has a design degree from Ryerson University. She has worked as a paper maker and illustrator before turning her love to painting. Her earlier work has been used on greeting cards, in children’s books and for corporate accounts, appearing both in print and in galleries throughout Canada and the US.

If you would like an opportunity to learn from me, please consider signing up for a workshop at The Baxter or one of my art making nights at The Drake Devonshire.