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Now in the Art Gallery: Vicky Wagner

Vicky Wagner

Vicky Wagner’s art currently focuses on detailed examination, whether of real-world objects or introspective opinions. She’s interested in how personality and emotion can affect physical appearance, and how to portray that personality in a realistic manner. It is a way to solidify and fill out ideas, to explore the detail of the objects around her, and to really know what she’s looking at or thinking about.

Now in the Art Gallery: Ted Johnson

Ted Johnson

Ted Johnson’s believes that wood cut prints have a particular effect on viewers to consider the basic elements of the scene and not to be distracted by colour. His prints have been exhibited locally in various group & solo exhibitions and are being added to private collections in Ottawa and elsewhere. His work has been featured on the CTV program Regional Contact and in publications such as Ottawa West magazine, the Orleans Star, the AOE Calendar of Events, and the FSCA magazine.

Now in the Art Gallery: Elaine Boivin

Elaine Boivin

Elaine Boivin is a native of Ottawa and, thanks to her former career, also an experienced world traveller. Since retirement, she’s spent more time exploring Canada both by land and sailboat. Elaine draws her inspiration from the places she’s visited. The peace, grandeur, and isolation of the Canadian wilderness, particularly around the Great Lakes, are a breathtaking revelation.

Now in the Art Gallery: Tara Dawe

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  Intrusion: the forcible entry of molten rock or magma into or between other rock formations (Webster Dictionary) I have always been interested in how and what things are made of. Wood and metal inspire me as tools used by humans throughout all the ages. They both can transcend and convey a multitude of textures […]

Now in the Art Gallery: Veronica Keith


“At the present time I am exploring historical helmets. As an object it can assist in identifying authority or individuals belonging to various factions. Designed to be ornate or simple, all helmets attempt to protect the user. When I paint the helmets I present them positioned showing the inside, displaying the crucial surroundings that offers […]

Now in the Gallery: Linda Greene-Finestone

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  Artist’s statement: “In painting, I strive to convey what I feel and experience. Sentiments vary from calm and wholeness to energy and playfulness. I try to capture the aspects of the mind and the spirit, including their direction and randomness.   I approach each work with minimal plan; the work develops as it unfolds itself […]

Friday Featured E-Store Item

Friday Featured E-Store Item: Kala Exotic Mahogany Ukuleles Kala Exotic Mahogany Ukuleles

Kala’s Exotic Mahogany ukulele series are available in blue, green, and magenta. These ukes are made from specially selected wood, cut in a unique fashion which produces a number of distinctive grain patterns with variations that include a curly, flamed, streaked, or spotted appearance. The top, back and sides are made of exotic mahogany wood which is highlighted by a satin finish. Features include black binding on the top and back, a rosewood fingerboard and bridge.


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