Exhibition History

 

DENNIS NOBLE EXHIBITIONS

 

 

1966-  The Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario Society of Artists, Group show, Toronto, ON.

1966-  Sarnia Art Gallery, Group show, Sarnia, ON.

1966-  Kitchener/Waterloo Gallery, Group show

1966-  26th Annual Western Ontario Exhibition, Group show, London Art Gallery, London ON

1967-  The Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario Society of Artists, Group show, Toronto ON

1972-  Althouse College, Two-man show, University of Western, London ON

1980-  Hazelton Lanes Gallery, Group Show, Toronto ON

1981-  Pagurian Gallery, Group Show, Toronto ON

1984-  Windsong Galleries, Group show, Mississauga ON

1985-  Pagurian Gallery, One-man show, Toronto ON

1987-  Kasper Gallery, Group show, Toronto ON

1987-  Market Gallery, Art in Architecture, Toronto ON

1988-  Halton Hills Cultural Centre, One-man show, Georgetown On

1990-  At the Artist’s Home, Toronto ON

1991-  John Aird Centre, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo ON

1992-  Swann Gallery, Stratford ON

1992-2014- Stone Church Museum of Art-Permanent Display

 

 Dennis relocated out of Toronto and opened The Stonechurch Museum of Art in Belleville Ontario. This became home for the artist and a place to permanently display his collection of paintings.

He hosted a number of shows at the Stonechurch over the years, where he showcased talented musicians and dancers alongside his new artworks.  These shows became quite popular in amongst his followers and a way that he could generate income and continue living his dream-painting the Lovers uninterrupted in the sanctuary that he had created for himself.  Dennis did this successfully until he passed away unexpectedly in 2014.

 

2016- John B Aird Gallery, Toronto ON.  Group Show

           The Museum Of The Street: 50 Years of Toronto Illustration.