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The Third "Peace in Art" Show Sale Event
Sat, April 29, 2017, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM EDT
Friends, family, artists and art lovers! Our "Peace in Art" Show Sale Event is here again. Featuring here are visual artists from Hamilton-Burlington’s up and coming.
Naomi Frohlich is a clay sculpturist who specializes in iconic Canadian wildlife sculptures, whimsical domestic farm animals, and dragons! One can find her work at Textures Craftworks on Locke Street and at the Gooderham Gallery on Catherine Street N. in Hamilton. Presently she is exhibiting a ‘Canadian Beaver’ and a ‘Polar Bear’ at the Art in the Workplace, McMaster Innovation Park in Hamilton.
Robbin Pulver is a self-taught, mixed media artist. Her artistic aim is to delight, inspire, and offer the viewer something that intrigues their imaginations in her colourful creations in acrylic or encaustic. One can find her paintings as far away as Wales, England and Dubai and North America.
Susan Gadsby taught visual arts for the HWDSB, and acquired the title of Visual Arts Specialist from the York University of Toronto. Being a seasoned world traveller, Susan finds inspirations through the cultures of the world, and these experiences translate to her current acrylic collection.
Claudette Losier, a world-class contemporary artist. Whose Night Vision #3, Cinderpoppy, was procured by corporations such as the Ontario Government and the Toronto City Hall. Many galleries throughout Southern Ontario, New York and Europe seek after Claudette’s vibrant art.
Anne Moniz Chung is an award-winning, multifaceted visual artist in watercolour, acrylic and photography. Her representational artworks are colourful and often tells a story.
There will be samplings of hor'd oeuvres, refreshments, one ticket for wine, special speakers, art demonstrations, silent auctions, and a draw for door prizes. All included in the purchase of $10.00 Early-bird entry from Eventbrite or $20.00 at the door. ($5.00 goes towards the Canadian Mental Health Association)