Landscape Art remains one of the oldest and most popular genres, continuing to thrive even into the 21st century. It’s no surprise that Canadian artists lead the way by interpreting and redefining the diverse natural beauty we see around us every day. Whether traditional or contemporary or impressionist or abstract, the 38 artworks in this show describe a sense of place and expand our definition of it.
Whether traditional or contemporary or impressionist or abstract, the 38 artworks in this show describe a sense of place and expand our definition of it. An exclusively online art show.
Ashley King, Barb Teneycke, Carole Milon, Charles Wakefield, Cherie Harte, Darlene Winfield, Debra Wronzberg, Diana Rosa, Françoise Cockburn, Gwen Tooth, Steve Rose, Jennifer Kelly, Josette Bouchard-Muller, Judy-Ann Cazemier, Karin McLean, Keith Thirgood, Lauri Maitland, Lesley Healy, Lindsay Smail, Lisa Litowitz, Mahtab Abdollahi, Micheal Zarowsky, Mark Gleberzon, Olena Lopatina, Phil Fake, Pam Mayhew, Paul Brandejs, Poonam Khanna, Richard Levine, Sabine Kearns, Seonaid Ross, Sheila Thompson, Steven Iseman, Susan Brown, Wendy Mataija, W. Stephen Cooper, Wanda Fitzgerald, Warren Eberlin,
VIRTUAL OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, April 29 at 7pm
Where artists will speak about their artworks, abstract or figurative, as it relates to the theme.