Life through rose-coloured glasses? No — but life through a spectacular kaleidoscope for a couple of hours. This journey, on January 10, 2019, found me at the Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida, inhaling the art collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). Tiffany’s all encompassing vision took the science of glassmaking, and elevated Read more…
November 22nd, 5:30pm-7:30pm, the Gallery of Langdon Hall held a Winter Exhibition Opening event that featured the artwork of Carolyn Riddell and Vlasta Kelemen. Visitors enjoyed browsing two distinctly unique exhibitions while enjoying a refreshment and talks with the artists.
Guelph artist, Sonal Raje is an abstract painter that expresses through the use of colour, form and texture. Last year, her paintings were shown at the Louvre in Paris, and she has been awarded the bronze medal and membership of the prestigious Arts Sciences and Letters Society of Paris. Watch as Sonal explains her spontaneous technique of ‘pouring paint’ to Joanne at the Waterloo Innovation Park! (more…)
It takes plenty of guts to stir up major controversy in the Canadian art world and to ruffle a few feathers around one of Canada’s most loved and honoured artists, Alex Colville. But, art conversations are meant to be academic, prodding and open to discussion in spite of its sensitivity. (more…)