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    Call for Artists

    Image Credit: Marlene Madole, Moving Water, Credit River, Norval, 2015
    Image Credit: Marlene Madole, Moving Water,
    Credit River, Norval, 2015

    Calling Plein Air Painters!

    Plein Air Painting Challenge in Norval Sunday, August 14, 2016

    Organized by the Ontario Plein Air Society (OPAS) in conjunction with Carter Farms and the Helson Gallery.

    $500 in prizes sponsored by the York Wilson Foundation for the Visual Arts

     

    With a rich history and scenic location on the Credit River, the community of Norval is the perfect spot for plein air painting.  Norval offers artists the natural beauty of the Willow Park Ecology Centre in the Silver Creek watershed along with architectural and historic sites of interest.  Local treasures include historic cemeteries and churches such as the Presbyterian Church and Manse which was the home of Lucy Maud Montgomery from 1926—1935.  A heritage garden named in Lucy’s honour is also located in Norval.  Our host venue, Carter Farms offers woodland, meadow, pasture and river locations for painting. Discover what drew noted Group of Seven painter A.J. Casson to Norval in the 1920s and 30s, and what continues to draw artists today!

    Date: Sunday, August 14, 2016
    Registration & Exhibition Location: Carter Farms
    9880 Winston Churchill Blvd. Norval ON L0P 1K0   www.carterfarms.ca
    Registration: 8:45 – 9:30 a.m.  Painting starts at 9:30.  Medium of your choice.
    12:30 pm: You must be back at the registration area to prepare your work for judging. Judging begins at 12:45. At 2 pm the awards will be announced.
    Registration fee: Non-OPAS members: $10; OPAS members: free (OPAS membership: $30)
    Refreshments will be available for a minimal cost (barbeque and drinks)
    Juror: Heather Muir Beecroft: Art consultant, author and lecturer on Canadian and Inuit art

    Organized by the Ontario Plein Air Society (OPAS) in conjunction with Carter Farms and the Helson Gallery $500 in prizes sponsored by the York Wilson Foundation for the Visual Arts

    For more information please contact:

    Judy Daley
    Curator, Helson Gallery
    Halton Hills Cultural Centre
    Town of Halton Hills
    Phone: 905.877.7915 x2536
    Judy Daley

     

     


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