October 23 - 30
A solo exhibition from Cassia Powell
playthings acts as a virtual memory bank to reflect on the vulnerability and innocence of childlike imagination, while visiting the feeling of fear and discomfort of eventually being forgotten.
October 21 & 22, 2022
This group exhibition in Toronto brings together our artist's reflections on how presence/absence, fear, and avoidance manifest in their work.
Rock Bay Art CrawlSee more
June 20 - 27th, 2022
Artist takeover of local businesses in collaboration with the Rock Bay Business Association
Hi, I'm Not Here Right Now (and please don't leave me a message)See more
April 21 - 24th, 2022
A solo exhibition by Natalie Wesselius
This show includes a new series of work reflective of her practice, processing anxiety and commodification in domestic and working-class environments. There are over 15 artworks that have not been exhibited, including experiments in scale and colour.
THE PRATICESee more
February 18 - April 20th, 2022
Habit Coffee Chinatown
“The Practice” was inspired by Julia Cameron’s iconic book The Artist’s Way, all about inspiring creativity in our daily lives. We have curated a selection of our artist’s work for you to visit as a part of your routine to inspire experimentation - everything is a practice!
EASEMENT: AN ASSEMBLAGESee more
March 11 - 13th, 2022
A solo exhibition by Jade Mikell
1508 Haultain St.
Easement brings together stages and probings of their practice in fields such as disability, comfort, identity, queerness, the body and the balancing the inheritance of art practices with determining your own creative voice.
Gallopina's Golden RodeoSee more
March 4 - 6, 2022
A solo exhibtion by Georgia Tooke.
1508 Haultain St.
Georgia has created a whole new cast of characters to bring farm life fun into a gallery setting with Gallopina’s Golden Rodeo & Exhibition.
BUT YOU CAN"T BREATHE THEIR EXHALES THROUGH A SCREENSee more
February 25 - 27th, 2022
A Solo Exhibition by Kathryn Greenwood
1508 Haultain St.
but you can’t breathe their exhales through a screen is a response to the observed increase in digital alternatives to the physical experience of being in nature.
OBJECTS OF AFFECTION 💗See more
February 11 - 13th, 2022
Because we love you so much, we are back with Sweetpea Loves You: Objects of Affection. This year, we will be reflecting on the specifics of affection, attraction and exploring all the space in between.
DIGITAL COWBOY 🤳See more
November 18 - December 19, 2021
How can we connect the natural and virtual worlds? Join us as our artists explore this new frontier - the intersection of nature and tech - in virtual reality. This fertile ground gives us the space to reconsider how we commodify, control, and celebrate the natural world.
KEEP IT ALIVE🌹See more
September 1 - 12, 2021
As the world begins to open up, Sweetpea Gallery wants to bring you all back to all your senses. This visceral and gestural exhibition will memorialise the impact our bodies have on the world around us, as well as celebrate of all the ways we use, move, and experience our bodies.
SUMMER CAMP 🤠See more
July 23 to 25th, 2021
This weekend-long celebration is inspired by Susan Sontag’s prophetic essay“Notes on Camp’. The exhibition draws on the key concepts of unabashed enjoyment, the anti-serious, and stylization. You can expect the unexpected (and over 20 fresh works of art), as well as performances, food & drink, and fun things to do.
April 21 to May 7th, 2021
Emerge comes at a time when we’ve only just shed our winter layers, cherry blossoms are blooming, and the sun is shining more. With this new season, our artists are trying new things—experimenting with scale, texture, and fresh colour palettes.
BEEN HOME 🏠See more
April 1 to 18th, 2021
Inspired by the past year spent at home, we're so excited to bring you our collection of home goods and cozy merch, along with a digital exhibition of works focused on loneliness and isolation.
SWEETPEA LOVES YOU ❤️See more
February 12 to 14th, 2021
All about love, connection, and self-appreciation, Sweetpea Loves You will showcase original art and limited-edition prints by our roster of 20 early career artists.