Tom Ashbourne SSC SCA OSA: DESTIG “Best Artists of 2020” award winner

OSA elected member Tom Ashbourne (sculptor) says “This international award is beyond my wildest dreams. Please take the time to read the 10-page interview in DESTIG’s January 2021 edition where I share my perspective on art, creative process, and vision for my contemporary stone and assemblage sculptures.
 Thought-provoking questions posed by DESTIG’s editors take you through my journey from corporate executive to accomplished professional artist. The depth and breadth of questions helped e have a deeper understanding of my creative process and artistic expression.”  (current issue, starts on page 118)

Janet Read OSA: Jurors’ Prize winner at the Carmichael Landscape Exhibition

Janet Read, “High Arctic: Dark Horizon #1”, charcoal on arches paper drawing using loose charcoal powder.

Janet Read OSA is the recipient of the Jurors’ Prize in the Carmichael Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed at the Orillia Museum of Art and History. The show continues to January 17, 2021.

OSA member, Sue Miller, featured in December/January edition of International Artist Magazine

Sue Miller OSA SCA AFCA has a painting demonstration featured in the December 2020/January 2021 issue of International Artist Magazine(#136). This article shows Miller’s step-by-step painting process from beginning to end of an interior scene (selecting reference photos, canvas preparation, materials used, through to the finished painting). 
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Diana Harding-Tucker: 3 Artworks Juried into N3XT

DIANA HARDING-TUCKER, OSA and the N3XT 2020 National Juried Art Competition

OSA artist and photographer Diana Harding-Tucker has three artworks: I am Canadian; Dance of the Reeds; and Approach of Winter, juried into the prestigious exhibition, N3XT, a National Art Competition at the Arts & Letters Club in Toronto.

APPROACH OF WINTER – Pigment Print, Pastels on Hahnemuhle rag paper 45” x 22”