The Fairy Lake Artisan’s Festival was relaxing, fun and energizing. It was my fourth year doing this Festival and realize that every time the experience is unique and special. The weather was sunny and warm and there were a lot of people walking through looking at my art. Many people were interested in purchasing my artwork and took my business card.
This Festival was a great way for me to showcase my new paintings and get feedback from the public; as well as tell people about my art practice, process of making my work, or the art education/instruction work that I do.
For more information about the Fairy Lake Artisan’s Festival please CLICK HERE!
Art Battle Day is happening across Canada on May 10th, 2014. Cities all across Canada are having live competitive art events that celebrate creativity, community. If you’ve never been to an Art Battle event then you’re in for a lot of fun and excitement, as you watch several artists create works of art in front of your very eyes!
I will be painting at the Amber Group Fine Art Gallery in Toronto at 7pm.
For more information, please visit: www.artbattle.ca/abd
Eco-artists UNITE! I was at an East End Arts presentation today, and spoke about my eco-art workshops and programs I run. I was so inspired and awestruck by the incredible range of incredibly enriching, fun and engaging presentations and projects. I am so grateful to have been a part of this dynamic and creative energy. Networking was great – artists all sharing their passion, projects, ideas and supporting each other. Community building at its finest!
For more info check out: http://eastendarts.ca/2014/02/19/create-a-buzz/
Project Gallery is hosting a “Salon Show” featuring artwork from over 80 local, Canadian and international artists’ in the exhibition. I am one of the 80 artists showing their paintings and artwork, and I am excited to be part of this innovative contemporary show. The gallery’s walls will be filled with over 300 artworks 24” x 24” or smaller. The exhibition runs from Thursday, April 3rd to Sunday April 13th. There will be a closing reception on Sunday, April 13th from 2-6pm.
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As a visual artist I am constantly learning and evolving. As part of my ongoing training, I have enrolled in the Artist Educator Foundations course with the Royal Conservatory. The course, which starts in March, teaches me the ins and outs of different art education practices, lesson plans, theories and strategies, and is practical and hands-on with group work, discussions and application.
For more information about the Artist Educator course please visit: http://learning.rcmusic.ca/learning-through-arts/artist-educator-foundations-course
Acrylic paintings will be on display at Krepesz in Kensington Market, Toronto, from December 5th, 2013 to January 30, 2014.
Take some time to enjoy some great art and have some Hungarian crepes!
For more info check out: http://www.krepesz.com/
Les Luxemburger, Creative Director and Owner of ART on the Go, recently took part in the Robert Bateman Centre for Conservation’s Holiday Upcycling project. 25 artists from across Canada were selected and asked to create Holiday Wreaths entirely out of recycled and reused materials. The wreaths are being auctioned off, with proceeds going to support the Bateman Centre’s education and conservation programs.
To view some pictures of Les’ Holiday wreath, please visit: http://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/Natures-Heart-Strings-Wreath_21090000
For more information about the Project go to: http://batemancentre.org/events/make-a-stunning-upcycled-holiday-wreath/
Art show on at C’est What? Brew Pub in Toronto. Show starts on Friday November 29th and goes for the rest of 2013. On display are my new acrylic paintings which explore urban themes and human and nature interactions with the built form.
For more information contact C’est What? or better yet, go down and visit them, have some great food, enjoy their fine micro-brewery, and check out my quality art!
On Saturday November 30th, 11am – 6pm and Sunday December 1st, 1pm to 5pm at LucSculpture School & Studios will be holding its 5th Annual Christmas and Holiday Art Fair. LucScupture School & Studios is located at 663 Greenwood Avenue, Toronto, ON, M4J 4B6.
The Fair is a great hit with the local Toronto community, and features artists and crafts people with a diverse range of mediums and styles. I will be selling my acrylic paintings and also Holiday art cards. Please come out and support me and my art.
For more information go to: http://lucsculpture.com/art-craft-show/ or contact: 416-461-7936