Winter Blooms

A Celebration of Art, Artifacts, and Flowers

January 28 – 31, 2016
Opening reception Thursday January 28, 5 – 8:00pm

Winterblooms invitationViewing hours:
Friday, January 29th: 10:00 – 4:00

Saturday, January 30th: 10:00 – 4:30
Sunday, January 31st: 1:00 – 4:00

Three locations:
Carnegie Gallery
Dundas Valley School of Art
Dundas Museum

Three prominent Dundas locations present a walking tour of exhibits featuring original artworks and precious artifacts, accompanied by floral arrangements that take their inspiration from their paired work of art.

Win one of the floral arrangements! Buy tickets for the flower raffle and take a gorgeous arrangement home with you! Raffle tickets are $10 for 3 (one per site). Available at each exhibit location. Draws to be held at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, January 31 at each location.

It’s a perfect time of year to enjoy the beauty and optimism of flowers!

More information is available at dvsa.ca/winterblooms

Artists and Floral Artists showing at the Carnegie Gallery include:
Night Studio (painting) by Jody Joseph, flowers by Carolyn Guiry
Moon Landing (collage) by Marla Panko, flowers by Gary Fleming
Winter Moon #3 (textile art) by Lorraine Roy, flowers by Corrine Empringham
Untitled (painting) by Lorne Toews, flowers by Gray’s Florist
Misty Shoreline (photograph) by Janusz Wrobel, flowers by Wendy Downing
Snow Egret (painting) by Sally Glanville, flowers by Linda Hartley
Dark Falls (sculpture) by Marguerite Larmand, flowers by Mary Clarke

"Dark Falls" sculpture by Marguerite Larmand, flowers by Mary Clarke
Larmand and Clarke
"Misty Shoreline" photograph by Janusz Wrobel, flowers by Wendy Downing
Wrobel and Downing
"Moon Landing" collage by Marla Panko, flowers by Gary Fleming
Panko and Fleming
"Winter Moon #3" textile art by Lorraine Roy, flowers by Corrine Empringham
Roy and Empringham
"Night Studio" painting by Jody Joseph, flowers by Carolyn Guiry
Joseph and Guiry
"Untitled" painting by Lorne Toews, flowers by Gray’s Florist (centre)
Toews and Gray’s Florist (centre)
"Snow Egret" by Sally Glanville, flowers by Linda Hartley (far right)
Glanville and Hartley (far right)

 

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