The latest segment of The Visual Arts Abstract focuses on CFAT and artist Séamus Gallagher

Here is the latest segment of The Visual Arts Abstract on Global which focuses on CFAT and artist Séamus Gallagher.

The video description is in the link, but here is also a longer one from their facebook page:

https://globalnews.ca/video/7718363/visual-arts-abstract-7

The Visual Arts Abstract

Visual artist, Christopher Webb, tells us about a unique spot in the Maritimes— CFAT! As well, we learn more about new media artist Séamus Gallagher @thechristopherwebb.


CHRISTOPHER WEBB
Visual Artist | Curator | Lecturer
Pronouns: he/him

Watch Global Morning’s bi-weekly segment  ‘The VISUAL ARTS ABSTRACT’ with Christopher Webb


info@cwebb.ca | cwebb.ca

 

Our Donald Curley Art Series presents Artistry & Innovation – Shedding Light on the Relationship Between Art & Craft on April 25 at 2pm


Our Donald Curley Art Series presents

Artistry & Innovation – Shedding Light on the Relationship Between Art & Craft on April 25 at 2pm

Hosts Mark Narsansky & Philip Mitchell will speak with Artists and welcome audience discussion. Tickets

https://www.chesterartcentre.ca/donald-curley-art-series

 

 

 

March 25 – CSPWC Live Online Critique with Brian Atyeo and Sheryl Fletcher Coon


First Ever CSPWC Live Online Critique with Brian Atyeo and Sheryl Fletcher Coon


Have you ever wondered how to take your work to the next level?

Do you want to hear what accomplished painters see when they look at paintings?

Now you can find out!

The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour has a long history of supporting excellence in watercolour. We are very pleased to bring you our first ever online LIVE watercolour critique.

Watch our critique session and gain ideas for making stronger paintings, with advice on composition, colour, tone, gradient and more.

This will be a great opportunity to learn how top artists analyze paintings — insights you can use when working on your own paintings.

To buy a ticket to watch the critique, visit https://cspwc.ca/first-ever-cspwc-live-online-critique-with-brian-atyeo-and-sheryl-fletcher-coon/

First Ever CSPWC Live Online Critique with Brian Atyeo and Sheryl Fletcher Coon


First Ever CSPWC Live Online Critique with Brian Atyeo and Sheryl Fletcher Coon


Have you ever wondered how to take your work to the next level?

Do you want to hear what accomplished painters see when they look at paintings?

Now you can find out!

The Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour has a long history of supporting excellence in watercolour. We are very pleased to bring you our first ever online LIVE watercolour critique.

Watch our critique session and gain ideas for making stronger paintings, with advice on composition, colour, tone, gradient and more.

This will be a great opportunity to learn how top artists analyze paintings — insights you can use when working on your own paintings.

To buy a ticket to watch the critique, visit https://cspwc.ca/first-ever-cspwc-live-online-critique-with-brian-atyeo-and-sheryl-fletcher-coon/

Hope and Inspiration Online Art Show Nov.6th-Dec.6th

https://www.facebook.com/groups/373394600384260/

Our Hope & Inspiration Online Art Show runs for a full month beginning with our Live Opening on Nov. 6th at 6 pm AST. Enjoy our online Gallery at any time from the comfort of your own home until December 6th. Tune in live for interviews with our featured artists. Join us for Paint-Along events. This is your opportunity to meet some of the Anglican Diocesan Environment Network’s local artists, discover how they view creation and purchase their works.

Why is the Diocesan Environment Network hosting an Art Show?

Art expresses ideas that words cannot and projects dreams we cannot accomplish in other ways. In all its forms, art can remind us of the beauty in the world. Recognizing that the climate crisis is the most significant crisis of our time, art can inspire us to reconsider our relationship with creation and point the way to a different, more sustainable world. It is our hope the art will reconnect you with the beauty of the earth. Allow the art to inspire you to face the climate crisis and vow to take better care of our world.

The Artists:

The exhibition is a collective of artists concerned with caring for the earth. The Gallery has works from all our artists and each week we will highlight one artist with an interview.

Week 1, Nov 8th – 14th – Dale Cook – Paint artist

Week 2, Nov. 15th to 21st – Wendy Bissett Beaver – Paint Artist

Week 3, Nov. 22nd to Nov. 28th – Donna Giles – Photographer

Week 4, Nov. 29th to Dec. 5th – Luke Haugen-Strand – Paint Artist

Schedule:

Nov. 6, Opening at 4 pm & Livestream at 6 pm

Painting parties (To register Email endionspei@gmail.com the week before so the artist can send you the list of art supplies needed for the event):

Nov. 8, 2pm-4pm Youth painting Party hosted by Wendy https://paintthenightwithmaeisart.ecwid.com/Ollie-Bear…

Nov 15 2pm-4pm Adult Painting Party hosted by Wendy

Nov 29, 2pm-4pm Youth Painting Party hosted by Nathan


If interested check out the Hope & Inspiration, Anglican Diocesan Environment Network, Environment Network Diocese of Nova Scotia & PEI Facebook page, or the website: https://www.nspeidiocese.ca/pages/hope-inspiration or contact The Rev. Marian Lucas-Jefferies for more information at marian.lucas.jefferies@gmail.com

Argyle Fine Art MEET THE ARTISTS day Saturday, September 19th, 2pm-4pm with Megan LeForte and Amy Ordoveza

Meet the Artists Megan LeForte & Amy Ordoveza

Argyle Fine Art is pleased to be hosting a MEET THE ARTISTS day on Saturday, September 19th, 2pm-4pm with Megan LeForte and Amy Ordoveza and celebrate their new works with us. All Welcomed!

**Megan LeForte‘s show is called “Please Be Seated”, and as you may have guessed,it is themed around favourite chairs or sofas and the connections and comforts we find in these objects over time for a variety of reasons.Curling up in your favourite chair is one of life’s simple pleasures after all, don’t you agree?

**Amy Ordoveza‘s show will make you look twice – and seeing is believing! Her masterful gouache and oil paintings are often mistaken as actual three-dimensional sculptures when viewed online, photographs, or prints,but each image is carefully painted.


Argyle Fine Art
1559 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 1Z7
902.425.9456

www.argylefineart.blogspot.ca