Ancient peoples painted rocks or cave walls to record their histories. Their sorrows and pleasures were represented by the symbols they chose. In Japan there is a tradition of painting rocks and wrapping them with string for good luck. The tied-up rocks are then placed inside or outdoors. Painted rocks can also be created as an expression of hope for new beginnings or as a way to manage energy. Join us for a Moms & Mimosas event, creating your own rock memorial.
Details at www.artworldfineart.com
Arts on the Credit is an amazing juried show that celebrates creativity with original art. It's a weekend event that showcases fine art, ceramics, glass, wood, jewellery, textiles, photography and paintings and so much more.
Waterside Inn • 15 Stavebank Rd. South • Port Credit (Mississauga), ON
Opening Night Galla is Friday, April 13th 7pm – 9pm Admission: $25 at the door
Saturday, April 14th 11am – 6pm Admission: $5 at the door
Sunday, April 15th 11am – 5pm Admission: $5 at the door
YES.... There is a book launch, Thursday March 22nd, 6:30 to 8:30 at the beautiful Artworld Fine ArtGallery. Artists will be present to sign, love that Jazz Plasma will be playing at this event, amazing artwork, food, drinks – the works.
A brilliant 72 page book called Art Bites designed as a quirky, eclectic collection of recipes celebrating the many local creative Canadian talents. It is uniquely sized as a wire bound 8” x 8” book with a that fits perfectly on a kitchen counter and easily remain open on the desired spread. Satin paper specifically selected adds a classy touch with an additional practical feature in mind. Realistically some of us can’t resist writing notes on to the recipe pages. Not only is this book stunning, but carries functionality with the heart of a coffee table book. The anecdotes are a short personal glimpse into the artist lives – touching, funny; and an interesting read that add an additional depth into the thought process of an artist.
All sales go to Arts on the Credit, a creative organization that has given to the artistic community for many years. Was my turn to give back and I'm thrilled about it.
I was ask to help work on an Artist Cookbook project with a group of fabulous artists for Arts on the Credit. So I put on my Graphic Design Hat every ounce of creative effort into this brilliant 72 page book called Art Bites. Happy to announce that it went to press this morning.
This cookbook was designed as a quirky, eclectic collection of recipes celebrating the many local creative Canadian talents. Spring and Mother’s day is around the corner. It will make a distinctive gift for anyone whether they are an experienced cook recipe challenged.
It is uniquely sized as a wire bound 8” x 8” book with a that fits perfectly on a kitchen counter and easily remain open on the desired spread. Satin paper specifically selected adds a classy touch with an additional practical feature in mind. Realistically some of us can’t resist writing notes on to the recipe pages. Not only is this book stunning, but carries functionality with the heart of a coffee table book. The anecdotes are a short personal glimpse into the artist lives – touching, funny; and an interesting read that add an additional depth into the thought process of an artist.
YES.... There is a book launch at Artworld Fine Art Gallery on March 22nd and and will be on sale at Arts on the Credit in April. All sales go to Arts on the Credit, a creative organization that has given to the artistic community for many years. Was my turn to give back and I'm thrilled about it.
Pixie Blue Studio displays a wonderful Tribute to Women of all ages, with focus on better health, wellness and a splash of colour.
Pixie Blue Studio
175 Lakeshore Rd E, Port Credit, (905) 990-7494
What an amazing energetic space to paint in. Loved it!
Thrilled to be invited to be one of the artists asked to exhibit in the Vibrancy show at Imagemaker. Opening Night is Friday, August 18th, 7 to 11pm.
Imagemaker Gallery 175 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON
Gallery hours: August 18th, 7 to 11pm – August 19th, 11am to 4pm – August 20th, 11am to 4pm
Breath of Spring 10" x 20"
Thrilled to participate in the second annual TWAC members group exhibition at the Artworld Fine Art Gallery with Moonstruck. Opening reception was fantastic.
Excited to share the walls with a talented artist – Afsaneh Hezarkhani-Vollmer at the Theatre Orangeville. Many thanks to Susan Reynolds for the invitation to exhibit during the play "Sexy Laundry". Can't wait to see the show. Thrilled to find out that the resident spirit Granny Newton walks the halls of this heritage building.
Truly honoured to have been be one of the many Women of the Day during the British-Canadian BCCTC International Women's Day Event – Celebrating Women in Business at Artworld Fine Art. A truly memorial evening. Photo with Doris Pontieri and Briar Emond taken by the talented Photographer – Dominick Davide Petrungaro.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear; nor did I wish to practise resignation, unless it was quite necessary. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a corner, and reduce it to its lowest terms.” – Henry David Thoreau, 1854
Join us for Exhibition Opening & Artist Reception on Saturday, February 11th, 6:30 – 9:00pm.
Live music by Toronto's own multiple album recording artist & performer Michele Mele with composer & guitarist David Occhipinti. rsvp by February 9th.
ArtWorld Fine Art Gallery | 365 Evans Avenue | Toronto | Ontario | M8Z 1K2 | Canada | 416.620.0500
Decaying Interest by Briar Emond | Tree of Life by Julia Hacker | On the Rocks by Sandra Robson
Artworld Fine Art Gallery hosted a wonderful Festive Open House with delicious food, VIP wine tasting, three demonstrations by Doris Pontieri, Richard A. Jacobson and Ian MacDonald which I thoroughly enjoyed. A whole lot of laughter and cheers. One of the jewels of the evening is meeting interesting people with tremendous talent. Thank you Richard Koroll for your brilliant photo. Janet Bedford kept me in stitches and treated me with this photo bomb.