Introducing new artist Terry Ananny and new works by John Kinsella, Kathy Haycock, Elizabeth Johnson and Chris Keene.
Introducing Terry Ananny. Terry’s bright and colourful acrylic paintings of hockey, children at play and seasonal village scenes cheerfully capture the spirit of Canadian life.
Winter scenes by Dorset artist Elizabeth Johnson and Chris Keene. Elizabeth depicts Dorset and surroundings in her oil paintings sometimes using a palette knife.
Chris Keene has a realistic style of painting. He starts off with a composition done on his computer ( He is a retired Walt Disney artist!), he then uses this composition to paint his acrylic paintings on canvas
Toronto artist John Kinsella, is one of our artists who displays his work throughout the year. His interpretations of Algonquin Park and surroundings are created in oils.
Kathy Haycock. Kathy resides most of the year in Eganville. She lives and breathes Algonquin Park, often painting en Plein air. Kathy’s work is greatly influenced by her dad, painter Maurice Haycock who was A.Y. Jackson’s painting partner for over 30 years.
An exhibition by the art students of Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes Secondary School and Saint Dominic Catholic Secondary School. Sometimes it is easy to forget what it was like to be a teenager. This exhibition not only showcases the local emerging talent, but also allows viewers much insight into the thinking, attitude and struggles of today’s young citizens.
Public Reception: Saturday, February 1, 1pm-4pm.
The Chapel Gallery, is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm. It is located at 15 King Street in Bracebridge
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