Thursday, March 09, 2006

Chosen

Between the two of us, Églantine and Ontario Wanderer have had five paintings chosen to be displayed at Hamilton, Ontario's "you me gallery" between March 17 and 26. We were part of an Enhanced Studio class at the Dundas Valley School of Art and the show is a partial display of works by the twelve participants. The class was led by V. Jane Gordon and participants worked on indvividual projects.

All of the works in the gallery show will be on an "art-in-canada" web site after the show. I will post the address at that time.









10 comments:

clairesgarden said...

wow, impact, they must be amazing full size!!

Linda K said...

You make DCCHS proud. Congratulations on your show.

Endment said...

Super images on the screen here. Congratulations to you both

Ontario Wanderer said...

C, Thanks. What is more amazing is to see all 9 of Églantine's at once. (You can see them individually at her Flickr site:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/eglantine

L, DCCHS? I didn't think anyone there knew that I did art. The only courses I had from J.Bryce Reed were in math and physics. Which class were you in? Do I get to find out your real ID?

E, Thanks! We've put on our own shows but it's a bit more special when another gallery hangs our work.

Linda K said...

D--Hanney (husband) one year younger-- Gfeller (me). Many relatives. Your sister & I have had fun finding where our paths have crossed. Many fond memories. Have to run--mail awaits.

Rachel said...

Congratulations! These paintings are huge. Great talent you both have.

Rexroth's Daughter said...

Congratulations on your art show. How exciting. I'd love to see each piece in its full size. They have so much energy. Wonderful.

Ontario Wanderer said...

L, Found you and D. in my old yearbook. Remember D. and his humour very well but, sorry, can't remember you. Do you know of others from DCCHS, close to our ages, who Blog or Flickr?

R & RD, Thank you very much! Wish you could visit the gallery and have a look. More photos from the gallery will be up later but, you're correct, they don't have the same inpact when they are tiny photos.

Pam in Tucson said...

These are powerful paintings. Nothing beats seeing the originals, but how wonderful that you've shared these images with us. Congratulations and enjoy the opening!

Linda K said...

Wanderer--I am a bit younger. D remembers you helping Mr. Mosier and also in sports. I know of no other bloggers, unfortunately.