ALTON — Headwaters Arts Gallery shall be presenting Because the Artist Sees It, a powerhouse of work by 10 Headwaters Arts members that includes over 40 work in a wide range of mediums together with: acrylic, oil, watercolour ink and scratchboard.
The collaborating artists are: Lynden Cowan, oil; Steve Wilson, acrylic; Michelle Eissler, oil; Helen Duplassie, acrylic; Janice Ykema, acrylic; Robert Chisholm, acrylic; Joanne Lomas, acrylics, inks and watercolour; Margaret Sarah Pardy, scratchboard; Charlene Nickels, watercolour and Daureen Murphy, acrylic.
“We’re certain to one another with our love of making, and every of us strategy our topic in a different way. That is evident in every of our types, be it realism, semi-realistic, summary or whimsical,” stated Cowan.
Lots of the collaborating artists have exhibited internationally, and most have been juried into main displays such because the Salt Spring and Paint Ontario. Final 12 months Wilson and Cowan tied for third place within the American Artwork awards out of 66 International locations, and Cowan additionally achieved a fourth-place honour.
Collaborating artists Cowan, Eissler, Chisholm, Pardy have their artwork studio’s on the second ground within the Alton Mill Arts Centre and the entire painters are members of the Southern Ontario Visible Artists group.
Because the Artist Sees It runs from Oct. 4 to Nov. 5.
The Headwaters Arts Gallery is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am. to 5pm, Alton Mill Arts Centre, 1402 Queen Road West, Alton, Ontario.
Go to headwatersarts.org. Make sure to observe them on Instagram @headwatersarts and Fb.