The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition – Tradition Transformed – is open today at the Orillia Museum of Art & History and is on from September 23 to November 26, 2017 . The opening reception is on September 29 from 7 to 9pm. OSA member Larry Glazer has a piece in the exhibition, titled “Barn Study No. 7”.
The OSA has received an invitation from Kathy Sutton – the daughter of OSA member E.B. Cox (1914-2003), widely accepted as the foremost Canadian sculptor in stone. In addition, her father was a member of the OSA-led group which lobbied the Ontario Government to create Killarney Park in the 1960s.
Two events will be held during September which will give us a chance to see his sculptures. All members of the OSA are encouraged to show their support for public art by attending one or both events.
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