Beach Arts Scene

'Feelings, Feelings,' left, by Ann Somers, and 'Handsy,' right, by Shelby McLeod.

Yellow House Gallery presents Love Me Do as part of the gallery’s guest curator program.

Curated by Ann Somers, the exhibition aims “to express raw emotion and truth behind the internal struggles we face day to day as individuals.”

The show includes a mix of abstract and figurative work from artists Adam Chapman, Meg Dearlove, Katia Engell-Torfs, Andre Kan, Rowan McCullouch, Shelby McLeod, Kayla Polan, Ann Somers and Cailen Speers.

Love Me Do is on now, and runs until March 26 at Yellow House Gallery, 921 Kingston Rd.

 

 

Painting by Grethe Jensen
Painting by Grethe Jensen

The Beach Garden Society will be holding a fine art show and sale at its meeting this month. On Tuesday, March 22, art and literature supporters will enjoy a double feature, as Sue and Jim Waddington present a talk based on their book In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven.

Before and after the presentation, artwork from Society members will be on display, and available to buy. Confirmed artists include painters Cherie Daly, Rosemarie Dickob and Grethe Jensen, photographer Hilde Ortmann, fabric artist and jeweller Carol Perry, and sculptor and printmaker Marilyn Walsh.

The Beach Garden Society meets at Adam Beck Community Centre, 79 Lawlor Ave. The art show and talk will run from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22.

 

 

Artisans At Work presents Landscape and Architecture Renderings, Models and Diagrams for the month of March.

Concentrating on the craft and art of architectural and design plan drawing, the work has been pulled from blueprint cabinets to create a highly technical exhibit. The gallery partnered with business tenant and planning lawyer Phil Pothen to organize the show.

Artisans At Work is at 2071 Danforth Ave., just west of Woodbine. Check the website for the full listing of classes and events that run every month at the community gallery and work space.


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