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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 an hour radio program on 99.3FM, and is now an online event listing!

June

01Through 30

Fantastic Flyer: Metamorphosis

Artistic Inklings presents Fantastic Flyer: Metamorphosis featuring work by Kelly Houghland.

Kelly has been creating, showing and selling her art for the past 10 years. Many of Kelly’s original canvas are born out of the heart work of self reflection, movement and meditation. Her commissioned work has created unique pieces for birthdays, weddings, memorials, or healing milestones. She uses the mediums of watercolor, acrylics and ink. Kelly uses art as a way to bring more healing, vitality, light and love into her own life and the lives of friends and family.

Opening reception held at Artistic Inklings, 230 Main Street, Picton on June 1 from 6-8PM, exhibit is on display until June 30. To learn more visit events Facebook page.

Fantastic Flyer: Metamorphosis
01Through 16

Art Textile

For the first show in their 7th season, Maison Depoivre are thrilled to present their first “Art Textile” exhibition dedicated to a very talented group of fibre and fabric artists.

Show runs from May 23 to June 16 at Maison Depoivre, 343 County Rd 22, Picton. Open Friday-Sunday 11AM-5PM, by appointment on other days.

Art Textile
Bird Woman by SaraLou Miller
01Through
Aug 19

Summer Show

Arts on Main Gallery welcomes you to their Summer Show of original artworks created by 25 celebrated County artists. This exhibition presents a unique variety of original paintings, ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, stone and fibre art, mixed media and art cards.
Also in our Back Room is a selection of pieces focusing on the theme “Earth”. The first of an ongoing Four Season exhibit.

Show runs from May 23 to August 19 at Arts on Main Gallery, 223 Main Street, Picton. Gallery open daily 10-5PM.

Summer Show
01Through 23

Toronto 70’s Seen

Featuring paintings from 1970-1990, this watershed period for abstraction in Canadian art is in part captured in this exhibition highlighting significant paintings by Daniel Solomon, Ann Clarke Darrah and Paul Sloggett– three artists who were linked by time, place and a commitment to abstraction early in their careers. This exhibition will also feature brand new sculptures by Saskatchewan artist Douglas Bentham.

Exhibition runs May 23 to June 23 at Hatch Gallery, 8 Stanley Street, Bloomfield.

Toronto 70’s Seen
Abstract by Daniel Solomon
01Through 16

Full Spectrum: Shayne Dark & Aron Hill

Poised between representation and abstraction, the artworks of Shayne Dark and Aron Hill pop with intense colours — hot pink, dazzling indigo, gold. Dark’s highly textured works from the Storm Surge series strike a balance between painting and sculpture. Equally bold, Hill’s acrylic and ink canvases are playful narratives that evoke the forms of early modern painting.

Exhibition runs from May 25 to June 16 at Oeno Gallery, 2274 County Rd 1, Bloomfield.

Full Spectrum: Shayne Dark & Aron Hill
Storm Surge Metallic Blue by Shayne Dark
04Through 20

PEC 10×10

PEC 10×10 is a celebration of how we capture our vibrant community and dramatic landscape in Prince Edward County and share it with the world. The joy of this show is that it’s open to everyone. From nearly 400 submissions, 100 works have been selected to be on display. All artwork will be available for purchase at $100 and all proceeds will go to the artist.

To learn more about this event click here.

Opening reception is on June 6 at 4:30PM. PEC 10×10 will be on from June 420 at the Angeline’s Inn, 433 Bloomfield Main St, Bloomfield.

PEC 10×10
06Through
Jul 11

Confabulation and Nocturnal Reflections

Parrott Gallery presents two new exhibitions Confabulation (…of the imagination…) and Nocturnal Reflections on display now until July 11.

Confabulation (…of the imagination…) is an exciting explosion of colour and creativity in a variety of mediums by a vibrant group of student makers of Claudia McCabe’s Open Studio.

Nocturnal Reflections is a series of oil paintings capturing reflections on rainy roads and shiny surfaces by Duoro artist Rob Niezen.

At the Parrott Gallery, 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville.

For further information, please call 613-968-6731 ext. 2040 or e-mail gallery@bellevillelibrary.ca.

Workshops at the Parrott Gallery: Cloisonné Style Animals Tuesday workshop with Rachel Harbour- June 18 10-1PM; Drawing Room– June 20 2-4PM; Doodle Group– June 21 10-12PM.

 

Confabulation and Nocturnal Reflections
06Through 16

Quietly Observing

Tammy Love is exhibiting her work at Carbon Art and Design Gallery. See over 50 new works on display from June 6-16. Opening reception on June 6 7-10PM.

Exhibition taking place at Carbon Art and Design, 281b Main St., Picton.

Quietly Observing
Quietly observing by Tammy Love

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