Adorn with Art This Holiday Season!

06 December, 2023 1 min read

Adorn with Art This Holiday Season!

This group exhibition showcases a variety of colours, techniques and inspiration to celebrate the season; landscapes, still lifes, abstracts, impressionistic, urban, and figurative styles are all represented. Participating painters include: Steven Armstrong, Sacha Barrette, Alain Bédard, Cameron Bird, Naomi Cairns, Sophie Carrier, Claudette Castonguay, Rod Charlesworth, Steve Coffey, David Graff, Greta Guzek, Madison Hart, Elena Henderson, Dana Irving, Paul Jorgensen, Mary Ann Laing, Maria Medina, Elka Nowicka, John Ogilvy, Paul Paquette, Robert Savignac, Jeannette Sirois, Peter Shostak, Blu Smith, Ryan Sobkovich, Peter Wyse and many more! Also on display are a beautiful selection of glassworks from: Tammy Hudgeon, Robert Leatherbarrow, Darren Petersen and Paull Rodrigue along with a whimsical selection of ceramics by Elaine Brewer-White.

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