FEBRUARY EDITION

By February 1, 2017Blog

image detail: Libby Hague, Tokyo baby, 15.5 x 20.5 in. woodcut, collage, dotted dots (acrylic)

 

YAEL BROTMAN AND LIBBY HAGUE

Yael and Libby have work in Fabrications at the Kelowna Art Gallery. The opening is February 3rd, 7 – 9pm with a Panel Discussion on February 4th from 2 – 4pm. The exhibition runs until April 16, 2017.
Includes an installation by Yael, Mountains Dance Like Rams, and also work by artists Gisele Amantea and Laura Vickerson. Curated by Liz Wylie.

Kelowna Art Gallery
1315 Water Street
www.kelownaartgallery.com

Yael and Libby are also featured in the International Print Exhibition: Canada and Japan, 2016 at the University of Alberta Museums. Curated by Liz Ingram and April Dean. [Previously exhibited at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art and at Tokushima Museum of Modern Art] University of Alberta Museums Galleries at Enterprise Square1023 Jasper Avenue

University of Alberta, Edmonton AB
Feb.16 – March 25, 2017
Opening: February 26th

www.museums.ualberta.ca

and you can see Yael’s work in In House 2017,
a group exhibition of new works in collaboration with Paperhouse Studio.
Opens on February 24th with an Artists’ Panel Discussion at 6 p.m.
Works will be on view February 24 and 25th at Critical Distance Centre for Curators (CDCC), Suite 302
Artscape Youngplace
180 Shaw St., Suite 102, Toronto ON

J. LYNN CAMPBELL

Lynn is one of the artist featured in the Drawing 2017, John B. Aird Gallery’s 18th Annual Juried Exhibition. Showcasing drawing by contemporary Canadian artists. Exhibition runs February 7th until March 3rd. Opening Reception is February 9th, 6 – 8pm.

John Aird Gallery
Macdonald Block, 900 Bay Street (at Wellesley), Toronto ON
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm.
www.airdgallery.org

DAVID HOLT

David will be leading a summer studio art workshop for practicing artists in Orvieto, Italy, focusing on art and religion. The workshop will run from June 18 to July 15, 2017 and will take advantage of the area’s rich historical tradition of religious material culture from its Etruscan origins onward. Graduate level university credit available. More information and to find out how to participate visit http://www.icscanada.edu/art_in_orvieto/workshops

 

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