Nonesuch Art on Paper Awards- international art awards opens in Parrsboro

 

  Main & Station  Presents The Nonesuch Art On Paper Awards

Main & Station Ltd, an art residency centre located at 168 Main Street in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, will be hosting a major International art award and exhibition.  Between  August 20th and September 10th  2016.

Main and Station Ltd-Nonesuch art centre is housed in the newly repurposed 1913 4-story heritage building that once was home to the town’s post office and custom’s house. We will be hosting an exhibition that will show the many ways of creating art on or with paper.  The exhibit will then move to Montreal for another three week period in late September.

The exhibition is the result of a new award created by Main and Station Ltd, “The Nonesuch Art On Paper Awards”. These awards have a value of approximately $20,000 .  The Awards comprise 5 individual awards and include an award for sculptural work as well as a People’s Choice award. The awards consist of Art Residency and an honourarium

The awards attracted submissions from 17 different countries, including Argentina, Australia, Estonia, France, Italy, Germany, Israel, Japan and Spain. Over 35 submissions to the awards came from artists living in the Maritime Provinces.

Over 70 works of art will be on exhibit, including drawings, paintings, prints,  sculpture, paper-crochet hangings, origami, photography, collage and hand-made books. With over 200 artworks entered in the submissions, choosing only 70 works of art for the exhibition was difficult. The quality of work is exceptionally high and the manner of how paper is used in the creative process is extraordinary.

The awards are a privately sponsored initiative to support the arts and no federal, provincial or municipal government assistance was provided.

The awards are financed by Main & Station Ltd of Parrsboro,  Purple Chips/ 7790139 Canada Inc (financial advisors) of Montreal., The Lev Group of companies of Montreal and Parrsboro, Judith S Bauer, Jane Zdansky and John Schwinghamer

For additional details on the awards go to http://hmsnonesuch.com/nonesuch-art-on-paper-awards/   and  WWW.hmsnonesuch.com

For more images and more information, contact:

Harvey Lev, 514-878-9708paper878@aol.com

Judith Bauer, 514-979-3978judithsbauer@gmail.com

Jane Zdansky, 438-829-9991atelierhenri@hotmail.com

 

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 http://hmsnonesuch.com/naopa-catalogue-of-entries/

Main & Station is pleased to announce 

The international NONESUCH ART ON PAPER AWARDS Parrsboro exposition will open on 20 August 2016 at 3pm and remain on exhibit until 10 September 2016.

The exhibit will then travel to Montreal and be on exhibit from 23 September  until 7 October, 2016  at 141 Ann Street

These awards are open to all artists.

To view the ONLINE CATALOGUE OF ENTRIES  http://hmsnonesuch.com/naopa-catalogue-of-entries/

 The awards consist of cash and residencies valued at $ 20,940.00:

  •               The Nonesuch Best Work Award
  •                L’Usine de Papier Award
  •               The Main & Station Award
  •               The Griffintown Award
  •               The Wellington Church Award

  The Award winners will be announced in Parrsboro on 3 September, 2016.

For additional details on the awards please go to the website …http://hmsnonesuch.com/nonesuch-art-on-paper-awards/

Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws

PO Box 507
168 Main Street
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia

B0M 1S0

http://hmsnonesuch.com/

A catalogue of the works has been published and is available

ViewPoint Gallery’s August exhibition : EVANESCENT by Lynn Ellis

ViewPoint Gallery August 2016 exhibition

Evanescent

a member solo show by Lynn Ellis

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Exhibition running:  August 4 to 26
Opening reception:
Thursday August 4, 6-8pm
Artist talk:
Sunday August 14, 2pm


This landscape exhibition is an exploration of the South Shore of Nova Scotia to create images that mirror the idea of evanescence.

The landscape for me is a bridge between the deepest parts of my spirit and the outer temporal world. This intersection is of great interest to me. The mists, drops of water, wet surfaces all reflect a transient evanescence. This creates a vulnerably of the scene, it’s breathtaking beauty, but it’s also temporary and the scene may disappear and transform at any moment.

I believe this concept mirrors the vulnerability and transience of our lives, we are not the same today as we were yesterday and we will all change again tomorrow. It is for us to take in the beauty of today, to live in the moment and to be aware of its evanescence.

viewpoint

http://www.viewpointgallery.ca/