Plinths Building 2017 – Day 2 – 39 new plinths!!!
Day 2 has been finished with 31 new plinths built, sanded, and painted. Congratulations on your efforts!!!
Nine members of the National Capital Network of Sculptors will present thir latest work at Celebrating Sculpture Show at Kanata Civic Art Gallery from June 11-25, 2017:
Eiko Emori, Rocky Bivens, Blaise Ivoulou, Jim Lawrence, Kathy Bergqust, Gordon Wright, Hengameh Kamal-Rad, Sandra Marshall and Patrick Imai.
Celebrating Sculpture Poster
Kanata Civic Art Gallery is located at 2500 Campeau Drive.
Enjoy the celebration of sculptures!!!!
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Traditionally every year during the month of April, NCNS sculptors presents their small to medium size sculptures at the Display Case at the Shenkman Arts Center.
Shenkman Display Case – April 2017
This year following 14 NCNS sculptors have presented their work to the public:
Rosemary Breault-Landry presented “The Reader”
Komi Seshie presented “Likeness”
Burtick Theo presented “Pinnipeds Moribundus”
Beth McCubbin presented “Me and Gliz and a Sky Blue Day”
Sheree Bradford-Lea presented “When I am Old, I shall wear purple”
Maria Saracino presented “The Tantrum”
Sandra Marshall presented “The Queen of Green” and “Star Gazing”
Ljiljana Stojanovic presented the three variations of “The Third Pig House”
Patrick Imai presented “On the Ball” and “Shaking out the Blues”
Dominique Dennery presented the mask “Mythical Lion”
France Grice presented “The Lonely Pine – Fighting Erosion”
Jocelyne Désilets presented “Symbioses”
Blaise Ivoulou presented “Chagrin”
Thomas Murphy presented “The Wind in my Hair”
It’s here! The first Sculpture Studio Tour by the National Capital Network of Sculptors – it’s taking place today and tomorrow! Enjoy the city while you leisurely visit a few or all 13 stops in this unique artist’s tour. Enjoy the refreshments, meet the artists, learn about their mediums, watch demonstrations or learn how with free hands-on opportunities. Support Ottawa’s local artists and experience the creativity! Check out the map below and a description of each studio stop on the tour.