We’re thrilled to share the results of our recent small paintings fundraiser for Victoria Hospice. Thanks to our loyal clientele, Our 2nd Annual “A Little Something…” was a tremendous success! We are delighted to announce that $2,134.00 was raised for Victoria Hospice.
Wow, our artists have been busy… so much to share with you! Jewellery, paintings, ceramics, sculpture and glass; enjoy these newest additions!
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Les Étoiles de la Nuit
Mixed media 40 x 40
Born in Montreal, Linda Laflamme began experimenting with painting at the young age of ten. After studying graphic design, she furthered her education at Centre Saydie Bronfman. Today, she draws inspiration from nature and the inescapable passage of time, exploring this subject through abstraction and mixed media.
10″ (L) x 6″ (H) – bronze , 10″ (L) x 10″ (H) – bronze, 10″ (L) x 10″ (H) – bronze
Nicola’s mastery of form and ability to capture the corvus curiosity shines in this playful trio.
Argentium Silver, Sterling Silver, Bronze
Dress it up, dress it down… Linda’s wearable jewellery is versatile, fun, and timeless.
Red Skies at Night
Acrylic on glass 48 x 24
Bold magenta with striking white accents come together in Gordon Scott’s latest statement glass panel.
Mocking Bird in an Orange Bush
Edition 10 of 12, bronze 8.5 x 10.5 x 6.5
A man going about his day has come across a mystery. Setting down his suitcase he pays attention and is observed in return. For this period of time, at least, he departs from his script and becomes alive.
Switch Axis Vase “Bottle”
Glass 17.5 x 10.5 x 6
Highly recognized glazier Lisa Samphire incorporates the advanced switched-axis technique to create this stunning vessel.
Spring Fever – Loon & Baby
Brazilian Soapstone 9 x 12.5 x 8
Nancy’s early memories from the shores of Lake Huron are reflected in this loon mother and baby.
“Early in the spring, just after the ice had left, the loons would arrive with their haunting call. I’d watch their nest from speckled eggs to soft chicks to the family swimming in the lake learning the way of life.” – Nancy Street
Mixed media 72 x 48
Jou-Lee paints in a brisk, almost unfinished, manner stamped with a constant renewed freedom. In her paintings, multiple geometric shapes cross each other: circular arcs, triangles, squares and broken lines. The isolated and entangled shapes are hence survivors of a battle where art is the battlefield.
Reticulated Links Necklace
with Salt Cast Sterling Silver Pendant
Barbara’s dramatic, statement jewellery is the perfect accompaniment to that special outfit.
Oil on canvas 24 x 42
“Pacific Rim is a view of Pettinger Point at the South End of Cox Bay. Cox Bay is the favourite beach for surfers as it has the highest waves.” – Ron Parker
18kt yellow & white gold with blue Chatham sapphires & diamonds, size 7
Exquisitely crafted by De Beers award-winning jeweller Kevin Cremin, in 18kt yellow and white gold with sapphires and diamonds, this ring is a classic treasure.
Large Unit Variation 1
Ceramic 13 x 10.5 x 4.5
Sid’s work is influenced by aspects of nature and architecture. Shape, form, surface texture, colour and space are important elements. Surfaces are impressed and incised as well as glazed.
Oxidized Silver & Bronze
A hand-cut, textured, and oxidized sterling silver bar is finely balanced by a combination of silver and brass chains. Hand textured and oxidized sterling silver ring completes this unisex piece. A timeless favourite.
ON THE SURFACE
continuing through Monday, June 13
For That Moment
Oil on canvas 48 x 48
Heather, Catherine, Kathleen & Amber