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Check out what’s on in Prince Edward County! Get your daily, weekly, monthly dose of the arts through Artscene. It started as our monthly newsletter, grew into a half-hour radio program on 99.3FM, and is now an online event listing!

September

01Through
Dec 31

Arts Trail

The majority of the Arts Trail is now open with safety protocols in place. Please click here to see a list of opening hours. As things are constantly evolving, it is best to check individual websites or social media pages for up-to-date hours before visiting.

The 2020-21 bilingual guide will be available throughout the County, and will remain in circulation until the end of 2021. COMING SOON- in a continuing effort to support Arts Trail members, the organizing committee will be adding a gallery of current available artwork for sale on the Artstrail.ca website homepage. And please follow Arts Trail on Facebook and Instagram to see what members are up to!

Arts Trail
Arts Trail- featuring member galleries & studios open year-round!
01Through 30

PORCH Shop Gallery at Ember Studio

PORCH Shop Gallery at Ember Studio features ceramic wares and objects for the home by artist Andrea Piller. A graduate of the Ontario College of Art, her sculptural hand built works are ongoing investigations of natural form, aiming to synthesize the organic world and human experience. A move from Toronto to the Prince Edward countryside informs Andrea’s studio practice. She is the recipient of numerous art awards and Ontario Arts Council grants. Exhibitions include Still Life-Landscape, Burlington Art Gallery, Life taking Shape, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Fire and Earth, Itabashi Art Museum, Itabashi, Japan, Nocturne Craft Ontario, Toronto.

PORCH will be open most days until the end of September. Please call or message ahead (416) 604-0663. Ember Studio is located at 771 Bethel Road, Picton.

PORCH Shop Gallery at Ember Studio
PORCH
01Through 30

Elevations

Elevations is a duo exhibition of fine art photography by Tara Wilkinson and encaustic painting by Andrew Csafordi on display now until September 30 at Andara Gallery, 54 Wilson Road, Bloomfield.

Please visit www.andaragallery.com for hours & additional information, including health & safety protocols. Both artists, as well as Andara Gallery, are members of the PEC Arts Council and can be found on the PEC Arts Trail.

Elevations
Fire Hollow by Tara Wilkinson, 20"x30" framed photograph
01Through
Dec 01

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition

Each summer Oeno Gallery adds new sculptures to its ever-expanding Sculpture Garden. Three acres of winding paths framed by wild grasses, sage and lavender provide a unique outdoor gallery for large scale artworks, abstract and figurative sculptures in steel, bronze and stone. To see a full list of works by Canadian and international artists that are part of this year’s outdoor exhibition, visit oenogallery.com.

To view an aerial video of the Sculpture Garden click here.

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition is on now until December 1 at Oeno Gallery, 2274 Prince Edward County Road 1, Bloomfield.

Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition
Equilibre by Paul Duval, Aluminum and Stainless Steel Sculpture
03Through 30

Selected Works of the Ontario Society of Artists

The Parrott Gallery is pleased to present an exhibit featuring selected works by members of the Ontario Society of Artists, Eastern Hub. Founded in 1872, the O.S.A. is Canada’s longest continuously running Art Society. This is their first ever show in Belleville.

Opening Reception is on September 3 6-7:30PM at Parrott Gallery, 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville.

This exhibit will be on display until September 30 in Galleries 1 & 2 along with an online exhibition. Click here for gallery hours and additional information.

Selected Works of the Ontario Society of Artists
The Next Tee Box by Nancy Moore, 36"x30" Acrylic Painting
05Through 28

Vivid Days

2gallery presents Vivid Days, a solo exhibition featuring the latest works by contemporary landscape painter John Visser. These extraordinary paintings capture the ever-changing light of the Canadian North as it falls on water, islands and trees from dawn until dusk. John Visser uniquely captures the vivid days of the land we like to call home.

Opening reception on September 5 from 2-6pm at 256 Main Street, Picton.

Vivid Days
After the Sky Turned Light by John Visser, 30” x 30”
08Through 30

There is Light

Want to be a part of the Firelight Lantern Festival magic? The Department of Illumination is looking for 20-30 participants to help co-create a performance with musician Kat Burns (KASHKA). You’ll get to contribute to writing a song which will be performed by the group, filmed (safely!) and screened as part of the festival. Singers and dancers of any age or level of experience are welcome (children 12 and under must be joined by a parent or guardian). Workshops will take place online over several evenings throughout the month of October. There is no cost to participate; register by contacting Kat: hello@kashkamusic.com.

12Through
Oct 04

The Intimate Canadian Landscape

Oeno Gallery presents a new exhibition featuring the artwork of the acclaimed Saskatchewan sculptor, Joe Fafard (1942-2019), who captures the immediate and intimate particularity of rural life. The landscape is a predominant theme in Canadian art history, and this is in large part due to its significant impact on our day to day lives.

These sculptures are complemented by three additional Canadian landscape artists, the moody photographic juxtapositions of Mark Bartkiw, the serene and open horizon’s of F. Lipari, and the tactile, organic sculptures of Cheryl Wilson Smith.

The gallery is open by appointment, please call 613-393-2216 to reserve your Oeno Gallery experience!

The Intimate Canadian Landscape
Arnold Jr. by Joe Fafard, 1987, patinated bronze, 6.5 x 10.5 x 4 inches

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