The Lindsay Gallery

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Heart & Soul Amulet Jewellery – Heather Hill Gibson (Jan 7 – March 1, 2014)

 

Heather Hill Gibson developed much of her intuitive knowledge by communing with nature and using the Tarot symbols to gain deeper insights. She completed a study program at Lily Dale, a Spiritual Centre in New York states, and hold certificates in Grief Bereavement and Counseling from Durham College. Heather’s background is in Marketing and Advertising and for over 10 years, successfully blended her entrepreneurial and intuitive skills to create positive business results.

Artist’s Statement:

“Combining my love of jewellery and receiving intuitive messages for each creation, makes them more like an Amulet with a healing message of intention.” I started designing and creating my own unique pieces. Then friends, clients and strangers approached me to make similar adornments for them. Eventually I was asked to display one of a kind art in the Green Goose Gallery, Uxbridge and Chic Thrills, an upscale women’s shop in Stouffville.”

Amulets have been used since ancient times with the intention for healing, to manifest love, wealth and also used for protection. All pieces are one-of-kind intuited with healing properties or a healing message. Most pieces contain a Swarovski crystals and/or semi-precious stones and usually silver or silver plate findings. Jewellery repair and custom changes to any piece of work can be done upon request. There is a three month warranty on closures. 


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Art in the Family (Eddie, Jeremy, Callum and Griffin Le Page) – Feb 4 – March 1, 2014

ART IN THE FAMILY

Eddie Le Page, Jeremy Le Page, Callum & Griffin Le Page

 February 4 to March 1, 2014

 Opening Reception

Saturday February 8 at 2 pm

Artist’s Statement

The Art in the Family Show is to show this love of art and the bond it creates in the family.

Artists Biography

Eddie Le Page has been painting for over 40 years.

His son Jeremy Le Page has painted for over a decade and owned and operated Native Focus Art & Craft Store in Port Perry for 9 years. Jeremy’s sons, 6-year-old Callum and 3-year-old Griffin, love to draw and paint with their dad and with their grandfather Eddie.

Eddie Le Page

Jeremy Le Page

Callum Le Page

Griffin Le Page


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10th Annual Secondary School Students Show

10th Annual Secondary School Students Juried Show

A Celebration of Budding Talent and the Visual Arts Programs that Foster it.

Juror: Gordon Wilson, SCA

January 7 – February 1

 

 

Helene Baker Memorial Award for Highest Achievement – $100

Butterfly at Midnight - Dan Tennier- Grade 12 LCVI

 

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Rhoda Humphreys Memorial Award  - $100

for a City of Kawartha Lakes Student who is going on to post-secondary studies in the visual arts.

Queen of Clubs? Elise Butler – Grade 11 I.E. Weldon

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Senior Award – The Creative Sense of Balance and Composition Award $50

Retired Teachers of Ontario, District 18

Concrete Triangle - Brock Jones – Grade 11 LCVI

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Junior Award – The Creative Sense of Balance and Composition Award $50

 Sponsored by Holsag Canada

Faux Stained Glass - Emily Castilloux – Grade 9 St. Thomas Aquinas

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Senior Award – Technical Skill and Use of Colour Award $50

Sponsored by Holsag Canada

Jelly Fish - Rachel Carley – Grade 12 LCVI 

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Junior Award – The Technical Skill and Use of Colour Award – $50

Sponsored by Holsag Canada 

Untitled - Stephanie Ralston – Grade 10 I.E. Weldon

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Senior Award – The Interpretation of Personal Vision Award  $50

Sponsored by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation

Queen of Clubs? Elise Butler- Grade 11 I.E. Weldon

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Junior Award – The Interpretation of Personal Vision Award  $50

Sponsored by Holsag Canada

Aboriginal Art - Keianna Clifton – Grade 9 I.E. Weldon

 

TWO JUROR’S CHOICE AWARDSof $50

 

Senior Award – Juror’s Choice Award  $50

Sponsored by the Victoria County Studio Tour Artists

Concrete Triangle - Brock Jones- Grade 11 LCVI

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Junior Award – Juror’s Choice Award $50

Sponsored by the Kawartha Arts Festival 

Self-Portrait - Desirae Quinlan – Grade 10 I.E. Weldon

 

SIX HONOURABLE MENTION AWARDS OF $50

 

Senior Award – Honourable Mention $50

Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion

Sir Sam Hughes Branch 67

Eryn- Bethany Pethick – Grade 11 LCVI

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Senior Award – Honourable Mention $50

Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion

Sir Sam Hughes Branch 67

Metamorphosis - Dan Tennier- Grade 12 LCVI

 

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Junior Award – Honourable Mention  $50

Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion

Sir Sam Hughes Branch 67

Seth - Shelby Brown- Grade 9 I.E. Weldon

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Junior Award – Honourable Mention  $50

Sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion

Sir Sam Hughes Branch 67

Untitled - Bobbi Williams– Grade 10 I.E. Weldon

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Senior Award -  Honourable Mention  $50

Sponsored by Harry and Susan Taylor

Mr. Skateboard - Nicole Triggs– Grade 11 LCVI

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Junior Award- Honourable Mention $50

Sponsored by The Optimists’ Club of Lindsay

You cannot look up an idea - Madeline Fleming – Grade 10 I.E. Weldon

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City of Kawartha Lakes Public Library Purchase Award of $250

The City of Kawartha Lakes Public Library Purchase Award of $250 will be presented to the student whose artwork is judged to promote the importance of literacy, reading, or to have a literary theme.  The award-winning work will be added to the art collection display in the Lindsay Public Library.  In accepting the Award, the student gives the artwork and rights to reproduce it to the Library. 

Oliver to Miku -Jarvis Bruce- Grade 12 LCVI


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Members Christmas Show (November 19 – December 20)

Members Christmas Show and Sale

Original Works of Art by our Artist Members. Perfect for gift giving for any special occasion.

November 19 – December 20, 2013

Exhibit Patrons

Garry James – ScotiaMcLeo

TD Mutual Funds/TD Asset Management

In this exhibit only, items purchased will NOT have to be left on display until the end of the exhibit.

If an item is sold, the buyer can take it home at the moment of purchase.

The Lindsay Gallery would like to thank their 48 member artists who participated in this year’s Members Christmas Show and Sale, showcasing their talents across a broad range of media.

We hope everyone will enjoy this wonderful show and consider art as a unique and original gift at this special time of year.

 

The Gallery Showcase for the month of December was a part of the annual Members Christmas Show.


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Whimsical Folk Art Inspired Woodcarving – David Trant (October 15 – November 16, 2013)

Obscure Canadian artist, David Trant lives and works at his studio in Prince Albert Ontario. David graduated from OCAD in 1991 where he studied painting, drawing and ceramics.

A self-taught wood-carver, David has been primarily making whimsical, Folk-Art based sculptures for the past 20 years. His style is heavily influenced by his East coast family roots and the additive nature of ceramic sculpture. Working in what he likes to call “The Mr. Potato-Head School of woodcarving.”

David creates a basic shape and then fabricates the various parts which create the finished piece. His work has been sold in galleries across Ontario, as well as Nova Scotia and the US.

http://davetrantart.blogspot.ca/


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Nearly There – Ronald Peter (October 22 – November 16, 2013)

 

 

“Working in oils, water colour, pastels and pen and ink, I try to portray culturally interesting, as well as intriguing landscapes and found still life images.

Many of my subjects were discovered while touring North America by motorcycle, allowing me to absorb the atmosphere and subtle nuances of an area, unencumbered and unfiltered by steel and glass.

I studied art in Toronto in the early 1960s and began a career in the graphic arts, specializing in design, publishing and advertising which lasted over 40 years.

Now retired, I am devoting all my time and creative energy to the world of painting. Nearly There is a collection of painted images that speaks about the mystery of recollection and imagination. Places we have been, or hope to see, that live in our hearts and in our minds.

It is my hope that I can, with this exhibit, take the viewer to this world, real or imagined, and make it theirs.

When we see these places portrayed for the first time in our minds, or again in our hearts, we are indeed, ‘Nearly There’”

Ronald Peter

 

Artist Bio

The Uxbridge Juried Art Show, 2012 and 2013.

The PRAC Juried Art Show, 2011.

The SCA Juried Art Show, 2012.

The Oshawa Juried art show, 2012, 2013.

The Lindsay Gallery Juried Art Show, 2012, 2013.

 

Solo exhibitions:

The SCA Gallery, 2011.

The Kent Farndale Gallery, 2012.

Harbours and Waters, a joint show with Joanna Malcolm and David Trant at the Scugog Council for the Arts Resource Centre Gallery, September 2013

“Postcards from the Rock,” was displayed in the Scugog Arts Council Gallery in November of 2011. That exhibit conveyed the emotional response to images from Ronald’s travels in Newfoundland, and celebrated the province’s rich legacy and natural beauty.

 In 2011, Ronald was invited to display a piece of work in the PRAC juried art show in the McLean Centre in Ajax. In 2012, he was invited to display two pieces of work in the Oshawa Artists’ Association juried show at the McLaughlin Gallery as well.

View my Gallery at ronaldpeterart.wordpress.com

Contact me at ronaldrp22@gmail.com


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The View From My Back Porch – Deb Harkness & Alena Vyborna (September 24- October 19, 2013)

 

Opening Reception

Saturday, September 28 – 2pm

 

DEB HARKNESS – ARTIST STATEMENT

Growing up in the country brought a sense of reality to my life, drawing and painting with ink at very young age kept the focus I needed to enhance the medium I use today.  Through-out my life I have moved to the city on numerous occasions, this creating a silent void.  In recognizing and understanding this void it brought me back to my basic art form, this stepping back created a higher level in my work….the use of “steel”!

The deep connection I have in each piece I create brings an evolution of calmness, even thou some pieces are dark, silent and show the hidden mystery of an intense windblown night.

I can create many pieces of one particular natural element, however, every one of these pieces has their own character, in other words….their own “DNA”!

Some pieces are created “spur of the moment” and others are drawn, sometimes over and over again, just to capture the feel, form and movement.

The finishing of the piece is just as important as the creation itself.  I gravitate to an antiquing method or natural rusting… this is finished with many satin urethane coats.  This process keeps the look simple and the quality of the work unique.

The amalgamation of steel, wood and stone invite a reality of life in one’s home.                                              Deb Harkness

 

 

 

ALENA VYBORNA – ARTIST STATEMENT

As a child I lived in the lush beautiful countryside of Czech Republic. I loved to read the fairy tales and roam through the woods and meadows. Later, after years of working with textiles, I developed a passion for silk fabrics and painting on them.

The excitement to watch flow of the paint on silk, combined with a fascination for nature’s intricate designs, endless colour combination and respect for all living things gives me an opportunity to play with colours and textures in my dream world.

When a painting is finished it has a life on its own. I feel like a magical light is shining out of it.

I also love to design and execute art to wear garments. Silk is a wonderful material to use, because it allows you literally take the painting of the wall and wear it.

When people watch my work I want them to feel the light and joy of a child dancing through a sunny meadow.

Alena Vybora

 

 

 

 

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