Art

Felicity Somerset is one of several artists taking part in Cobalt Gallery’s show It’s the Small Things, March 7 to 25.

Cobalt Gallery, 870 Kingston Rd., is hosting an exhibition called It’s the Small Things, March 7 to 25. Several artists will be taking part in this exhibition which will feature works no larger than 10 inches by 10 inches. This is the fourth exhibition with this theme, and each has been more successful than the previous. There will be samples of acrylics, oils, photography and mixed media.
You can meet some of the artists at a special opening reception March 10, from 1 to 4 p.m.
For more information call Cobalt Gallery at  416-694-0156, or visit cobaltgallery.ca.

Sheena McGoogan’s Scottish and Arctic landscapes will be on display until the end of March at Arts On Queen.

Arts On Queen, 2198 Queen St. East is pleased to be hosting a return visit by Beach artist Sheena Fraser McGoogan, March 3 to 31. Last May McGoogan, along with her husband, researcher and author Ken McGoogan, travelled around Scotland as far north as the Orkneys. In August they sailed through the Northwest Passage and down the coast of Greenland. Along the way Sheena took photos and made sketches of the small coastal villages and hauntingly beautiful landscapes she encountered. Back in her heated outdoor studio in the Beach, she realized these images on canvas. This exhibition is the result.
For more information about Sheena and a sneak peek at some of her paintings, visit sheenamcgoogan.com. For more information on the show and gallery hours, call Arts On Queen at 416-699-6127.


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1 comments

Dear Mr. MacLean,
It’s wonderful. All the local artists I discover through your art column. It’s inspiring to know that the Arts do exist in my own community.

Thanks a heep 🙂

Nora Lem

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