NATURE ART DAY CAMP
Monday July 2nd to Friday July 6, for 9 to 12 year old
You have kids who want to spend time in nature while being creative! This camp is for them! Participants will spend their days in nature just west of Calgary; in the forests, by the creeks and pounds. Taking inspiration from the plants, animals and bugs to create a variety of art projects.
From painting and sketching to three-dimensional artwork, some clay faces on trees, nature weaving and more. Under my guidance and with contributions from Nature specialist Jean Wallace, they will discover what hides in the forest and by the water and use it as artistic inspiration.
Interested or have questions? Contact me!
Exhibition with my artist collective DEVENIR at Artpoint in Calgary
A show that explores the inspirational motivations of 5 artists and the paintings that results.
Opening night, May 4th 2018.
Show closes on June 26
Details to come!
Elbow Valley Kids art show
Saturday June 16th from 1 to 4pm, at the Elbow Valley Resident’s club
Every year for the past 12 years, I organize a show for budding artists in my community. All local kids are welcome to enter the work.
All art must be dropped of at the Elbow Valley Resident’s club between Monday June 4th and 10am Monday June 11. Late work will not be entered in the show. For a sign up form, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition at Alberta Branded, Edmonton
My sculptures have been selected for the Alberta Branded Showcase 2018: Façonner
They will be on display and available for sale till the end of 2018.
The artists selected for this exhibition are myself and Anna Bilek, Doris Charest, Noreen Crone-Findlay, Jacqueline Fiala, Erik Lee, Miakoda Ohki, Herman Poulin, Amy Sallenbach, Erin Stinton.
Alberta Branded is located in the Edmonton Federal Building at 9820-107 Street. Please use the west entrance, which faces the Capital Plaza on 108 Street. Parking is available around the Building and there is no charge for meters after 6:00 pm (see links to site maps below). Link to online map:
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