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Arteast Ottawa Ontario
Arteast is a highly active not-for-profit visual arts organization.
Arteast est une association très active dans les arts visuels.
Some Arteast Works
Arteast-Grow With Art
L'art en herbe
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Meet and Greet at 7:00, Presentation follows / auront lieu Le mardi, le 24 février 2015, rencontre à 19 h; et à 19 : 30; présentation suivant
Working with the Figure/L'art de la figure
with / avec Pamela Cockcroft-Laserre
Pamela grew up in Namibia and South Africa, studied to be a teacher (Cape Town Training College),
travelled extensively in Europe then returned to London to study Fine Art.
She achieved a London Certificate of Art and Design (Credit Distinction), Byam Shaw School of Drawing and Painting (St Martin's Central, University of the Arts London).
After graduating was an Art Critic for the Cape Times, Pamela taught European Art History at the Ruth Prowse School of Art and worked as an assistant custodian for the South African Association of Arts Gallery in Cape Town. After coming to Canada she has taught children at various school, served on several juries, and has been teaching Drawing and Painting at the Ottawa School of Art since 1986. Exhibits regularly in various group shows and has had individual shows in South Africa, Ottawa and the National Capital Region in Quebec.
Pamela Was invited to give demonstrations, a talk and a workshop at the National Gallery and was a NG Studio Tour's Featured Artist.
Studio practice includes Drawing and Painting with the figure as dominant factor, integrated into a variety of contexts or themes including a centaur series, collaboration with a pianist to create twelve works for Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition", Tango, and currently working on a carousel theme.
Represented by Orange Gallery.
at our regular location, 255 Centrum Blvd. Room 340, Orléans.
February 17 to March 31
Linda Bordage at Luna Sol
Works of Winter, oil paintings by Linda Bordage, is the new exhibition at Luna Sol.
Ranging from kite skiing on a frozen river to the solitary silence of a snow-laden
forest, the paintings reflect the artist's interpretation of winter. The exhibition
continues to March 31.
Luna Sole restaurant is located in the mall at Youville Drive and Jeanne D'Arc Boulevard
“MOSAIC”, revealing the multi-faceted artistic talents of Arteast
Celebrating its 25th year with this latest juried show Arteast invites the public to the opening of “Mosaic”. The reception takes place on Sunday, February 15th 2015, from 1-3 p.m. in the Trinity Gallery on the Ground Floor of the Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Blvd. in Orleans.
Three Juror’s Choice Awards will be presented. These awards are sponsored by Wallack’s Art Supplies, Avalon Centre, 2012 Tenth Line Road, Unit 2, Orleans On 613 830 2400.
Please come celebrate this special Silver Anniversary with us.
"MOSAÏQUE" révèle les talents aux multi-facettes d'Arteast
Célébrant son 25e anniversaire avec une exposition avec jury, Arteast invite le public au vernissage ‘Mosaïque’. La réception aura lieu le dimanche 15 février 2015 de 13 à 15h à la Galerie Trinity , Niveau 1 du Centre des Arts Shenkman, 245 boul. Centrum à Orléans.
Trois mentions spéciales seront sélectionnées par le jury. Ces mentions sont commanditées par Wallack’s Art Supplies, Avalon Centre, 2012 Tenth Line Road, Unit 2, Orleans On 613 830 2400.
Venez célébrer notre anniversaire d’argent.
exhibition of paintings
Blackburn Hamlet Library in conjunction with Arteast is proud to present an exhibition
of paintings by ARLETTE FRANCIÈRE.
This solo show is titled SKYSCAPE BLUES and runs from Jan 31 to Apr 4th. /p>
Arlette has always been attracted to landscape painting, although topography is not a main concern.
Impelled by an inner compulsion, Arlette lets strong colours, bold shapes and rhythms guide her.
In the process, her paintings become inner landscapes that express states of mind and emotion,
instead of reproducing an external landscape. Skies feature prominently in her landscapes;
she tries to capture the cosmic vastness through which our planet Earth spins us.
For this exhibition, she has selected skies, whose rhythms and varied shades of blue evoke very distinct moods.
This is a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy, encourage and support artists in their local community as well as the Blackburn Hamlet Library.Location: Blackburn Hamlet branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 199 Glenpark, Ottawa K1B 5B8 Hours: Monday to Thursday: 10 - 8:30, Friday: 1:00 - 6:00, Saturday: 10:00- 5:00, Sunday: closed.
"Glacial Lake, Patagonia" Arlette Franciere