My final art show of the year is Six Degrees of Freedom at the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery and it begins this weekend. The exhibition features exciting and dramatic original works by six different artists in acrylics, oils and watercolours.
I’m really excited to be a part of this group exhibition and pleased to be able to exhibit with my father again. My Dad and I had exhibitions in Thunder Bay and Lindsay in 2011 so it’s been a while since we’ve had our paintings displayed together.
The show runs from August 28 to September 27, 2016 with the opening reception on Sunday, August 28th from 2-4pm. Participating artists are Biljana Baker, Gail Backus, Nancy Newman, Doreen Renner, Bruce Stonehouse (my father) and me!
My paintings are currently on display at Kawartha Lakes City Hall at 26 Francis St. in Lindsay.
It’s beautiful Victorian architecture is a beautiful backdrop for a gallery! The Mayor has provided the opportunity for local artists to exhibit their work each month. It’s great to have another venue to promote and share our artwork in our community.
City Hall is open to the public Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm and my paintings will be up until November 13. Stop by and take a look!
Today I set up a little ‘gallery’ of sorts on a wall in my office at work. People often ask if they can see my paintings and prints and since I’ve actually sold a couple right off the wall I figured it was time to bring in more and display them well.
My office is quite large and I am lucky to have the wall space to feature my prints. I also have a big window that provides great natural light which shows off the colours so well!
The best part is that I get to look at my colourful prints now instead of an empty gray wall!
Some of my prints are now available at Spitting Images Canvas Gallery in Bobcaygeon! Lara and Kevin are now displaying a few of my limited edition prints on canvas along with note cards featuring my paintings.
They look fabulous in the gallery along with photographs by Fred Thornhill and Mark Ridout.
Make sure to stop by to see the gallery at 7 King St. E. the next time you’re in beautiful Bobcaygeon, Ontario!
My prints on the wall of the gallery:
And one of the note cards: