We R the North
Virtual Exhibit May 26 – July 4
Curbside Pickup Available
To celebrate this great country north of the 49th parallel, a new exhibit featuring nine Headwaters Arts artists opens virtually May 26th- July 4.The virtual on-line exhibition features a total of twenty-one works in a variety of mediums by the following artists: Sandra Crozier, Marnie Cooke, Kasia Charko, Mary Lou Hurley, Mary Perkins, Susan Kelly, Deborah Powell, Jessica Law and ecmunson.The established, mid-career and emerging artists share their personal and dynamic reflections and interpretations of Canada. Mary Lou Hurley, a mixed media/mosaic sculptor explains her inspiration for her work titled, Eve Mannequin, she says: “The human form provides a unique mirror to the self. We in the north are fortunate to be clothed in nature and abundance. We enjoy countless waterfalls, cascading over psychedelic granite rock, bountiful rivers and streams, vast lush forests, snow capped mountains; all under the glittering deep blue skies of our past”.From its preview to its anticipated move into the gallery, We R the North is a collection of colourful, dreamy, diverse and pleasing works that warrant exploration, because that’s what Canadians do best.Purchase great art works on-line & call to pick up curb side, it’s that easy.Congratulations to the following talented artist members who were accepted into We R the North:Sandra Crozier, Marnie Cooke, Kasia Charko, Mary Lou Hurley, Mary Perkins, Susan Kelly, Deborah Powell, Jessica Law and ecmunson.Be sure to follow us on IG @headwatersarts and Facebook for the cameo features on select pieces and artists over the next weeks.
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Headwaters Arts exists to bring together artists and supporters to promote the development, appreciation, and enjoyment of all arts in the Hills of Headwaters Region (Caledon, Dufferin County, Orangeville & Erin)