Our member Emma Lau made a vlog video about the 2019 New Members Exhibition opening reception. If you couldn’t make it to the opening or want a great recap, watch her YouTube vlog here.
At the Opening Reception for the New Members’ Exhibition at the Neilson Park Creative Centre, new member Cesar Forero and his dance partner did a performance piece for those in attendance. We are very happy to be able to share a video of this performace here. Make sure your sound is turned up so that you can hear the poetry as well as see the dance!
OSA member Emma Lau has started a new artist vlog on YouTube. The first installation is a very interesting view featuring abstract art, meditation, dogs and cats, all starting from a blank canvas. Check it out here !
This weekend is the last chance to see OSA member Janet Read’s exhibition at The Gallery at LE Shore in Thornbury.
High Arctic Light: landscapes of consciousness
Opening: Saturday March 30th, 2-4 pm, artist present
Exhibition runs: Sat. March 30 – Sat. Apr.27, 2019
The Gallery at LE Shore,
173 Bruce St S,Thornbury, ON N0H 2P0(519)599-3681
Some exciting news from OSA member Bob Tunnoch:
Here are two paintings by Bob Tunnoch. The first one is called “Undercover, Amazon Horned Frog” oil on canvas 27″ x 35″. This painting won 1st award of excellence Best in Show from the SCA online international juried show. The second one was acquired by the Juno’s Art is Art for they’re permanent collection. It’s called “Species at Risk” oil on board 24″ x 30″.
Toller Cranston (1949-2015)
canadian artist & champion figure skater
Saturday, April 20th | 6-9PM
Celebrating the life and artistic legacy of this iconic Canadian artist and athlete, who was named Skater of the Century by the European press.
Los Florales is the first major exhibition to focus on Toller’s exotic and flamboyant floral paintings.
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On what would have been Toller’s 70th birthday, we are pleased to launch a new partnership with the CANADIAN OLYMPIC FOUNDATION and the Toller Cranston Memorial Fund. Artworld Fine Art Gallery in conjunction with Phillippa Cranston Baran have committed to an annual donation to the C.O.F. in Toller’s name, to help a new generation of skaters pursue their passion.
Toller was fearless in expression, courageous in creativity, and innovative in interpretation.
He had a determination, dedication and a desire to go where no skater had gone before.
He lived life on his terms. He found his way of being in the world and staying true to himself.
ARTWORLD FINE ART GALLERY
365 Evans Ave, Toronto | 416.620.0500
We have received an intriguing message from OSA member Janice Mason Steeves:
If you are over 60 and have come to art later in life, I’d love to hear your story of that journey.
I’m an OSA member and I’m writing a book with the working title: IT’S ABOUT TIME: On Becoming an Artist Later in Life. I think it would be encouraging and inspiring to read about the journeys to art that others have taken.
Please email me at email@example.com if you are interested in responding to my interview questions. I very much appreciate your willingness to share your journey.
Marianne Reim has been invited to take part in a small works Traveling Exhibition in Germany travelling to Cologne, Bonn, and Bad Ems.
“Touring the World through Art”
Vernissage: Sunday, April 21, 2019, 16.00
in Cologne at “Kulturbunker” – the Cultural Center
April 17 – April 28, 2019 – Main exhibition with the cultural program (over 250 small works from 50 Countries)
Address: Kulturbunker Köln-Mülheim, Berliner Str. 20, 51063 Köln
For more information go to: www.mariannereim.com
Artwork Featured: ATOC 2016 by Marianne Reim
The SSC celebrates new Canadian Sculpture Centre
at the Distillery District!
39 Parliament St. Toronto
OSA Members: Andrew Benyei, Edward Falkenberg, Mary Ellen Farrow, Cesar Forero, Marianne Reim, and Judi Michelle Young are participating in this show.
March 30 – April 28, 2019 at 2pm
Opening Remarks by Flavio Belli, Art Consultant
Sculpture shown here: DAS BUCH XVII by Marianne Reim