Saturday, June 10, 2017 11am-6pm Memorial Park, Stouffville
See Whitchurch-Stouffville’s Memorial Park transformed into a cultural delight. This art show and sale will be complimented beverages, delicious food, and great music! Drop-in art activities were also available from The Latcham Gallery! 2017 will feature Fine Art, Photography, Sculpture, Miniatures, Jewelry, Glass, and more!
Interested in applying for 2017? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details
2017 Jurors included:
Diana Bullock Diana Bullock is a Stouffville visual artist working in acrylics, mixed media, watercolours and Sumi-e [Japanese ink painting] She is an active member of the Lemonville Group of Artists, the Stouffville Studio Tour and the Sumi-e Artists of Canada. Artistic Statement: “Life is about communication and painting is my way to convey a captured moment in time, my vision of the essence of nature and the human experience. Working quickly, I enjoy the creation, challenge and excitement of each new painting. This joy never fades” www.alternativesinart.ca
James Croker James is Co-Artistic Director of MOTUS O dance theatre. Has studied Structurally Engineering, Photography and Sculpture (three dimensional design) in Australia. He came to Canada to study Performing Arts and Stage Craft at both the Academy of Performing Arts (Quebec) and Guelph University (Guelph, Ont). He is the Master Prop and Set Designer for MOTUS O dance theatre, conceptualizing, creating and building both for 25 full length productions that have toured Europe, South Seas and the Americas. As a photographer he has worked professionally for over 25 years. He has done numerous local projects, as well as been commissioned for theatre and dance companies across Canada, Royal Conservatory of Music, Ontario Arts Contact and of course MOTUS O dance theatre. He has a long standing keen interest in both Classical and Contemporary styles of visual arts.
Ray McNeice Ray McNeice is a recently retired Graphic Design professional with over 46 years of design experience in the Toronto area. He was educated at the Ontario College of Art (now OCAD University) in Advertising Design. Ray is the current Board Chair of The Latcham Gallery and was instrumental in the formation of the Whitchurch-Stouffville Studio Tour. He is a practicing fine artist in watercolour and acrylics with work in Canadian collections and abroad.