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2018 June, Dyslexic Alchemy, solo drawing exhibtion, Hamilton Public Library

2018 Nov, Absence & The Expereince, solo exhibit, Shambala Center, Toronto, On

2017 June, Under One Roof, group exhibition, Peter MacKendrick Gallery, Toronto, ON

2017 May, Timeraiser 150, national juried exhibition, The Power Plant, Toronto, ON

2017 March, Under One Roof, group exhibition, Peter Mackendrick Gallery, Toronto, ON

2016 February, Black & White Ball, group exhibit, Propeller Gallery, Toronto, On

2015 October, Why The "$%# Do You Paint" juried exhibition, Gladestone Hotel, Toronto

2015 April, propeller Gallery, Salon 9 –group exhibition, Toronto, Ontario

2015 March, Propeller Gallery, Networks-group exhibition, Toronto, Ontario

2014 Strange Visions, online curatorial project by Katharine Henning, Saatchi Online

2013 July – Edward Day Gallery, Insert Here- Group show, Toronto, On

2013 April- Wychwood Barns - Nature: up Close and Personal- Group show, Toronto

2013 Gallery 1313 – Eco Art show, Juried group show, Toronto On

2012 Hangman gallery - Monarchy-Juried group Exhibit-Toronto On

2012 Gallery 1313 - Emerging Artist show, Toronto On

2009 Living Arts Center Gallery- The New Hybrids- Juried Exhibition, Mississauga On

2006-07 Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition – Juried group exhibit, London England


NSCAD-University Halifax, NS

BFA 2006 Drawing & Painting




2015, February issue of Paint Pulse Magazine featuring emerging artists internationally

2013Now magazine highlight of the week;

2006 Royal Academy’s Illustrated Summer Exhibition catalogue, Act of Walking-painting series, London, England





Past Invites


Propeller Gallery' Anual Black & White Ball 

-Febuary 4th,


Juried group show of black & white art  as well as fancy dress




The above  titled  painitng; Urban Cartography is an imaginative and interior response to our external enviroment, linking the experience of walking & movement to the experience of painting.  The power of abstract art is the ability to conjure one’s own unique visceral language in paint.  This group show invites the viewer into a Rorschach multiverse with the hopes of reflecting back one's own interpretation.      Jordan Dunlop





Why The @#$% Do You Paint; explores further insight to contemporary painting practices for emmerging and mid career painters in Toronto. A new painting project to be featured annually at the Gladstone.


I will be exhibiting "The Nothing", an enternece to a labyrinth hinting at the the endless and the multi facetted approach to contemporary painting and the layers of meaning waiting to be revealed.





September 12th-13th, Trinity Bellwoods park, Toronto, On

Please visit me September 12th-13th located in Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto, Ontario as I will be displaying recent and older drawings and painitngs.  Below is a feature artist profile that you can further explore.




Jordan Dunlop  will be exhibiting a solo exhibition of gestural abstract paintings inspired by ancient Mandala's as well as intuitive drawings transcribing multiple images of walking paths into larger creatures and beings both malevolent and dark.



- this will also be a preview for my outdoor show apart of the queen west art fair in september





Exhibiting some new work in propellers new space, below is a sample inspired from movement & walking in my ongoing Path Finder series.


The Nothing





2015, February issue of Paint Pulse Magazine featuring emerging artists internationally






Fence and Trail 2013                                                                                                     



Thursday July 25th, 6-8pm

952 Queen, St. West 


Edward Day Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of artists working in current concepts of abstraction, from the fragmentation of the picture plane, to object hybridism.







Open Studio


Jordan Dunlop will be exhibiting artwork from a guerrilla style exhibition spontaneously installed in the abandoned ruins of Almocageme, Portugal.  This body of work is inspired from pre-mediaeval history and current contemporary life felt while displaced in a foreign exotic landscape. 



December 8th     41 Benson,Ave Toronto

Christie & St.Clair, Ave - North side of the Wychwood Barns