The New Canvas of Life committee has decided to postpone the upcoming event on April 21, 2020 until the Fall of 2020
This was my submission to this year’s New Canvas of Life in support of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at London Health Sciences Centre. New Canvas of Life, from May 29 to June 7, at the Grand Theatre-Spriet Stage & Art with Panache Gallery, London.Opening night is May 29, 2018 for New Canvas of Life, presented by The Tricar Group and will feature an intimate performance by Juno Award-winner, singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith. During the reception, you can view the artwork All artwork will be sold via online auction May 29 to June 7, 2018.
Title: Blackfriars Bridge Looking South, Winter Medium: ink, watercolour and gouche Image Size: 5 ¾ X 2 ¾ inches Frame Size: 10 X 8 inches
I live in Blackfriars area and walk the trails by Thames River everyday. One of my favourite subjects is historic Blackfriars Bridge.
An exhibit of work by my friend Kelly Greene at McIntosh Gallery. It's always good to be exposed to different kinds of artwork. Our approaches to art are so very different. I am a sketcher/illustrator who bases art on surroundings, experiences and places and works primarily in two dimensions in watercolour and ink. Kelly is multi-media artist who focuses on environmental concerns, as well as the impact colonization has had on First Peoples. She works in painting, sculpture, installation, and photography. We always have such interesting conversations!
"Greene is a multi-media artist who works in painting, sculpture, installation, and photography. A Mohawk member of the Six Nations of the Grand River in Ohsweken, Ontario, Greene focuses on topics that include environmental concerns as well as the impact that colonization has had on Canada's First People. Although she wasn’t raised within her Indigenous heritage, Greene has spent much of her adult life learning about her Haudenosaunee identity."