- Successful Tea Ceremony and fundraiser for Ashinaga
- Inspiring and charming essay on drawing
- Visual Arts Centre at Governor General Awards ceremony For Visual and Media Arts in Ottawa’s Rideau Hall.
- Harold Klunder, Ann McCall, Carl J. Heywood, Marc Sequin amongst other Quebecers in exciting Print show in Toronto: Prints Today: 2012 at John B. Aird Gallery.
- FIFA, don’t miss it!
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Congrats to Olaf de Winter and Mari Clayton for the success of their fundraising event last Sunday in the McClure Gallery — a Japanese Tea Ceremony by Tatsuko Cooper in support of the Ashinaga Fund. Ceramicists from across the community … Continue reading
April 23, 2012 I just finished reading Bento’s Sketchbook: How does the impulse to draw something begin? by art critic/writer/artist John Berger. It’s a meditation on the practice of drawing, inspired by Berger’s curiosity about Spinoza – also known as … Continue reading
Visual Arts Centre at Governor General Awards ceremony For Visual and Media Arts in Ottawa’s Rideau Hall.
So inspiring to hear the laureates accept their awards and talk about their life long commitment to their art practice. Montreal’s Jana Sterbak was amongst them and Geoffrey James honoured Montreal’s Gabor Szilasi as one of his ongoing inspirations. Rideau … Continue reading
Harold Klunder, Ann McCall, Carl J. Heywood, Marc Sequin amongst other Quebecers in exciting Print show in Toronto: Prints Today: 2012 at John B. Aird Gallery.
The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is presenting a Print exhibition by 22 RCA artist members from Ontario and Quebec at the John B. Aird Gallery, April 3 – 27, 2012. The show presents an overview of what’s current in … Continue reading
Have you seen the list of films showing at the 30th FIFA, Montreal’s International Festival of Films on Art? I’ve already booked 8 tickets, mostly for films on painters such as Anselm Keifer, Cy Twombly, Odilon Redon and Lucien Freud. … Continue reading
As a visual artist, listening to music is a sure stimulus to the imagination. Over the last month I’ve attended two concerts and was reminded yet again of the way in which the two art disciplines share a language and … Continue reading
Here’s some photos from David Lafrance’s vernissage in the McClure Gallery last Thursday. As you can see it was well attended. We published a 28 page catalogue to accompany the show and were lucky enough to have Robert Enright and … Continue reading