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″.
In a gallery type setting a head pokes through a wall with a toad on his head. The person in the painting is drummer Sonnie Bernardi. Sonnie played with the bands Crowbar, The Guess Who etc. I consider musicians a species at risk because of downloading, lack of venues to play etc, On top of his head is an endangered Fowler’s toad. This is a Canadian species which is a risk. Have a great weekend.
” Omartian , Rebel without a Planet ”
Congratulations to Valerie Ashton, Ronald Regamey, Clare Ross and Bob Tunnoch! All four OSA members have been juried into the upcoming Latcham Gallery Open Juried Exhibition.
The Opening Reception is this Saturday from 1-3pm. There will be a Juror’s talk on March 30th at 1pm. The Show continues until Saturday April 27th.
Latcham Art Centre, 2 Park Drive, Stouffville, ON, L4K 4K1
I’m being featured on two podcasts on the new “TalkAboutTalk”!
“TalkAboutTalk” is a new podcast hosted by Andrea Wojnicki. TalkAboutTalk focuses on “all things communication,” such as body language, using your voice, language, story-telling…. Listen to the 10th episode entitled, COMMUNICATING WITH COLOUR featuring OSA artist Lori Ryerson.
You can find the 30minute PODCAST here: https://talkabouttalk.com/10-communicating-with-colour-with-daryl-aitken-jenn-purkis-lori-ryerson/ (if you prefer, you can read the transcript by scrolling down below the audio link) If you already use Apple podcasts (or Stitcher or Spotify etc), just go to your podcast app and search “TalkAboutTalk colour”
Interested in more information about COLOUR (5 fascinating facts about colour, colour trends, and quotes about colour)? Click here to read it on your screen: https://talkabouttalk.com/talkabout-colour/
In a few weeks there will be another episode featuring Lori, this time focused on “EXPRESSING YOUR CREATIVITY.”
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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