1782 Lakehurst Road
Looking forward to this event at the Window Gallery in Kingston. See me at the opening reception on July 6 at 2 pm!
We have 100 members hanging in the gallery show and 108 members included in the event with their artwork included in the online gallery, which you can see here - https://ontariosocietyofartists.org/2019-mesw-online-gallery
We hope that you will come and bring other art lovers with you to the Opening. Thank you to all the volunteers who made this exhibition possible.
The Withrow Gallery is at the CNE which is at the foot of Dufferin Street, three miles away from the Scotiabank Arena which is on Bay St. The best way into the CNE is by Ontario Drive from Lakeshore Blvd. West. Parking is paid parking, so please consider carpooling.
This painting (Jebb's Creek in October 40 x 30) is off to Toronto for the new members show of the Ontario Society of Artists - April 27 - May 12. Join me at the Opening Reception on Saturday, April 27, 1-3 pm at the Nielson Park Creative Centre, 56 Neilson Drive in Etobicoke. Looking forward to meeting the other new members!
February Art Exhibition & Vernisage
Richard Hutton & Barb Sohn on display at MERA
(McDonalds Corners Elphin Recreation & Arts) is proud to have Richard Hutton & Barb Sohn for our February Art Exhibition in Dean Hall. The vernissage will be held on Sunday February 3rd from 2-4 pm. Everyone is welcome.
Please visit MERAs website at www.meraschoolhouse.org for more information and for open hours. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com
Richard’s art is as multi-faceted as the man’s mind. In fact, the depth and breadth of the mind itself, and everything it conjures up in this world, is the constant underlying theme in all his works. The subject matter can be still and reﬂective, at other times turbulent or playful, but is always enquiring and often provocative. Richard is accomplished in acrylics, watercolour, drawing, and oils, but the latter remains a favourite. He prides himself in not being a slave to any particular style or technique.
Barb works with acrylics on canvas, she creates images from local areas such as Murphy’s Point Provincial Park, Lanark County, and from her recent trip to the Yukon. Her work is an ongoing process of discovery – that is, the observation of some aspect of nature that she has noticed and brought to life through her interpretation.