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A Fine European 100% linen scarf designed by our very own Darlene Watson
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This Fine European Linen inspired by the original art of Darlene Watson. 100% linen, organic, and eco friendly dyes ♡ water never used to produce the scarves so there isn't damage to nature ♡ Abstract deep rich shapes and hues the piece can be worn as a scarf, shawl, sarong or skirt. It measures 27"x 76" and is even more wonderful after washing and laying flat to dry. There is something magical about linen that has that look like it has travelled and really had fun on adventures.
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Done in the style of the Old Masters, Rinaldi's artworks are done by oil glazing on canvas, depicting realistic scenes of garden elements, still life, water and landscapes. They provide viewers with a mini mental vacation while viewing.
An emerging artist who presents confident and oftentimes bold abstracts that have depth and movement to keep you interested and considering the depth of your own emotional expression.
At first glance a traditional painting style draws your eye toward the rushing water canvases. Then you notice the power and strength of the brush strokes transmitting the energy to the moving water, completely transforming the artwork to a contemporary style.
Deep as a multi-sensory experience this mixed media artist creates light based art, blending upscale materials into high-end, up-cycled chic light-reflective art that is deeply rich in both texture and colour.
Amazing colours in nature whether dark or light, bright or subdued are present in these wonderful abstracts, often described as happy. They will make you smile!
Well known for hyperrealism paintings, we are pleased to showcase Jacobson's looser style, including landscapes and farm equipment. A rare treat to view his alternate style of artwork.
Relatable abstract art of serene landscapes and busy cityscapes, representative of people Patel meets and the environment he finds himself in, capturing the essence of his unique style. The art is inspired by the energy of the crowds around him when he often performs live.
Best known for black and white architectural photography, Fisher looks for patterns, textures and how light effects the subject. With admiration and respect for beauty many images have sensual curves and deep visual textures.
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Remember if you can't make Opening Night, Drop by anytime between 12 - 4 PM on Saturday, November 16, 2019.
EVERYTHING IMAGINED IS REAL: TWO PERSPECTIVES ON NATURE
Art Exhibition Featuring Artists:
Location: 545 Marlatt Drive, Oakville
Oct. 25 6:30 - 9:30 pm Opening/Artists Talk
Oct. 26 12 - 8 pm
Oct. 27 10 am - 6 pm
Sharon Kirsh Darlene Winfield
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Now taking reservations for private viewing times on October 24.
Location: 545 Marlatt Dr., Oakville, ON
As in ancient times this celebration is a wonderful gathering.
Friday, June 22 • 12 PM – 8 PM
Saturday and Sunday, June 23, 24 • 10 AM – 3 PM
Summer solstice or equinox occurs on June 21, 2018 when the earth’s north pole is tilted the closest to the sun. It is the longest period of daylight in a day with the sun at its highest point. Essentially summer solstice signifies the first day of summer.
Solstice is a celebration all over the world, dating back to ancient times when this day was used to organize calendars and figure out when to plant and harvest crops. Solstice is about nature, featuring its textures and complexities, science and happily, a celebration.
I am grateful to exhibit two very different artists that share a Solstice story. Together the art of Briar Emond and Michael Toole offer a modern perspective of this day of ancient celebration.
Solstice is a part of nature with all the textures and natural elements under the sun; trees, leaves and humans, for that matter, affected by the grace of extended light and passing of the winter season.
The subjects of Emond’s work, sometimes presented on natural canvas, are elements of nature – leaves and trees highlighted by the delicate lighting of nature. In Toole’s tree images you see the trees in their most natural state, before leaves cover their branches and hide their true forms.
Both artists dwell on the rich textures found in nature and in natural processes. Emond utilizes a paint pouring technique that generates swirls, layers and fractals, caused by the mixing of paint consistencies so random they can only be a gift from nature. Toole’s window images have an edgy industrial feel and are rich in texture, displaying the affects of sun exposure and aging.
The ancient science of the solstice is what truly links these two artists and their artworks. Emond’s art and her passion for mathematics features the Fibonacci sequence, a series of numbers felt to be the most beautiful numbers in nature; a pattern to the arrangement of leaves, seeds, flowers, petals and more. Toole’s pieced and patterned treatment of some of his images are a mechanical manipulation of nature using different exposures and images.
Solstice View Art Show, like the summer solstice, is ultimately a celebration of the start of summer and how artwork can bring that wonderful feeling into your space. The bright colours of Emond’s work reflect this celebratory mood as does the subjects found in Toole’s windows – the carnival swing and the tourism elements; exciting scenes to visit during a memory-making family summer vacation.
Briar Emond is an emerging artist, currently residing in Burlington, ON. Emond works with acrylic paint, exploring the possibilities of the naturally occurring fractals. Emond’s work is also shown at the Art Gallery of Burlington and in Toronto.
Michael Toole is an emerging photographer, currently residing in Gravenhurst, ON. Toole goes beyond the simple act of recording information with his camera and looks for different ways to create and present truly unique images. Toole’s work is shown in Toronto and New York City.
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