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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

VERNISSAGE April 4, 2014, 7-9 pm as the Connections Fibre Artists Open "CELEBRATE THE SEVEN"

 
‘Celebrate The Seven’ 
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Connections Fibre Artists
April 5-June 9, 2014
 
OPENING RECEPTION, Friday, April 4, 2014
7-9 pm
The art of The Group Of Seven is the central theme of this exhibition. 

The members of Connections Fibre Artists accepted the challenge to design and execute their own original art that reflects their individual research into the artists, the paintings and the styles of the Group of Seven.

Although Tom Thompson died before the group formed, he was the inspiration for, and has always been considered a part of, the formation of The Group Of Seven.

Each member of Connections Fibre Artists has approached this theme from her or his own way ~ either inspired by their own memories of the Canadian landscape, by an emotional response to a particular Group of Seven artist/painting, or by some of the techniques and colour palettes used by these iconic Canadian artists.

The result is an exciting and intriguing exhibition celebrating the approach that Tom Thompson, Lawren Harris, A.Y. Jackson, J.E.H. MacDonald, F.A. Farley, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer and Franklin Carmichael took to develop an original Canadian art.
 
WELLINGTON COUNTY MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES
Wellington Road 18 between Fergus and Elora, ON
Information:
1-800-663-0750
 
 
Connections Fibre Artists

The group was formed in 1999 by a small group of friends whose common bond was the love of stitching as an art form. Their focus was to promote awareness and enjoyment of fibre art through gallery shows. 

Their mandate was ‘Experience, Experimentation, Expression’. 

We combine our Experience with Experimentation to continue to develop and widen the boundaries of fibre art, creating original surfaces and Expressing our individual ideas and feelings in the process.
 

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