Tuesday May 31st, 2016 to
Sunday July 3rd, 2016
Thu Jun 2nd, 2016 — 6:00 pm - 9:30 pmThree diverse Canadian painters interpret the elements: earth, wind, fire and air.
Peter Fischer is a graphic designer and landscape artist based in Dundas, ON. whose paintings focus on the fine nuances within the natural world. His carefully honed work captures the atmosphere of a place with precise details that result in stunning paintings. Peter enjoys gathering inspiration from areas in and around the beautiful escarpment passing through Dundas and from his travels to Québec and the Maritimes.
Juliana McDonald's art reflects a deep respect and concern for the natural environment. Her oil paintings and paper works are strongly influenced by years of canoeing and hiking in the Canadian Shield and by daily sojourns into the woods close to her home in Ottawa, Ontario. Her practice is impressionist at heart and focuses upon nature's riparian zones: sloughs, fields, rivulets and streams.
D.H. Monet is an Ottawa artist and curator who reinvents the classical Canadian landscape by blending photography and fine art technique. His painting places are in the Ottawa Valley and Northern Ontario. Often playful, or presenting a fractured interpretation of the visual reality, these impressionistic/abstract works are reflections of his own lifes journey through the art of location photographs and studio painting.