Opening Reception: Exhibition of the Nova Scotia Art Bank 2017 Purchases – Thursday, Sept 7, 2017 5 – 8 pm
William Rogers Watercolour Workshop Saturday, September 16th 2017 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Opening Reception: Exhibition of the Nova Scotia Art Bank 2017 Purchases Thursday, Sept 7 5 – 8 pm
Arts Nova Scotia and the Inverness County Centre for the Arts would like to invite you to the unveiling of the Nova Scotia Art Bank purchases for 2017. Artists represented in the collection work in a wide range of styles and media: Adrian Fish, Andrew Hunt, Bryson Chisholm, Cecil Day, Hunter Lewis Lake, Ivan Murphy, Jimy Sloan, Jack Bishop, Karen Kulyk, Onni Nordman, Patrick Rapati, Richard Mueller, Sara MacCulloch, Sarah Burwash, and Steven Peters. The art centre is proud to bring the work of these important Nova Scotia artists to Inverness and looks forward to introducing some of the artists who will be present to our community.
There will be delicious refreshments by Taryn MacDonald of Inverness. Everyone is welcome!
The exhibition will be on display until September 28th, 2017.
Full-day Watercolour Workshop with William Rogers! Saturday, September 16th 2017 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Inverness County Centre for the Arts is delighted to offer a one-day workshop in watercolour painting by renown Nova Scotia watercolourist, William Rogers. This intensive, hands-on session will offer students of all levels of experience the rare opportunity to learn the secrets of this beautiful and popular technique.
William Rogers works out of his backyard studio in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. His art reflects his passions as well as his environment.
Living in small town Nova Scotia in the 21st Century has the best of both worlds. He is close to all the plein air subjects he needs and the modern technology and travel allow him to be a part of the larger world and the world of fine art, that he lives and breathes.
William has participated in Plein Air Competitions and Events in Easton MD, San Angelo TX, Carmel CA, Frederick MD, Annapolis MD, Cumberland MD, Calloway Gardens GA, Bennington VT, Hamilton Bermuda, and Castine ME among others and have been the recipient of numerous awards.
William is a multi-medium artist who works in watercolour, oil, drawing media, and printmaking. He occasionally uses acrylics as well. His subject matter consists of plein air landscapes, figures from life, horses and equestrian scenes, and anything else that catches his eye.
In May 2014, William served as the Royal Tour Artist for HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall during their visit to Canada, a great honour and the thrill of a lifetime. A number of the completed works from the tour were selected by HRH the Prince of Wales for his collection.
The Workshop fee is $75 and the maximum number of participants is 12 allowing for individualized instruction for everyone from beginners to advanced.
Call the Inverness County Centre for the Arts at (902) 258-2533 to register.
For more information:
Inverness County Centre for the Arts
16080 Highway 19, PO Box 709, Inverness, NS B0E 1N0
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Hours of operation: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
Admission is free but donations are appreciated.