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A Wonder-full Experience

A Summary of my 2019 solo exhibition: “Discovery, Wonder & Storytelling” One year ago, after being notified that my submission was accepted and the exhibition was confirmed by the Huntsville Art Society, I began preparing for this solo art show. I then submitted an application for a grant for exhibition assistance from the Ontario Arts Council, which was successful, so I made sure every … Read More A Wonder-full Experience

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Vine Art Gallery – Open for the 2019 Season

Welcome to my studio gallery! I am a participating artist on the ARTrail Muskoka, so if you see a purple banner flying out front, then the gallery is OPEN!

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A New Season Is Approaching: New Photos to Come!

This is where I create and display my work. These are photos from 2018, but I’ve already been changing things up and creating more spaces to show art. I’m considering having a guest artist from time to time in 2019, especially while most of my larger works will be on display during my solo exhibition in June! More info below, and coming soon! My … Read More A New Season Is Approaching: New Photos to Come!

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Art on Display at the Bracebridge Town Hall

The Bracebridge Town Hall has once again welcomed members from Muskoka Arts & Crafts Inc. to show their work within the community. MAC member artists who have submitted works for this show will have their art on display at the Bracebridge Town Hall for a 2 month period, starting May 31 until August 1, 2018. Continued future shows are likely.

This time around, two of my originals will be showing.

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Upcoming Art Show: Uncorked, Unbuttoned, Unbridled

This upcoming art show is for Huntsville Art Society (HAS) members only. As a brand new member of HAS, I must admit, I struggled with selecting which of my finished pieces fit the theme, “Uncorked, Unbuttoned, Unbridled.” I narrowed it down to 3 pieces, and then I asked my husband how he thought they fit the theme. When he heard the show title, he gave me a look with raised eyebrows, and I could immediately sense that his imagination conjured up some interesting ideas.

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