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Monday, November 8, 2010

Williams Mill Artist Kudos and Congratulations

The artists at the Williams Mill are not part of a co-operative, but they still work together to get things done!  The Mill Artists Group, known as MAG, has a new chair person for 2011 – award-winning book illustrator Karen Reczuch. (To see Karen's amazing list of books , click here). Sculptor Gabrielle Fischer Horvath is the new vice-chair, and painter Gord Stuart , glass blower Julia Hillyer, and wood carver Bryan Turner have generously volunteered to serve as building reps. Kudos to them all!

Congratulations are due to watercolour artist Gord Stuart. His watercolour painting “Winter Magic “ is  this year’s image on the City of Brampton Christmas Card. Beautifully framed, this full sheet watercolor painting, (which was also juried into the 2010 John Sommer’s Annual Juried Show) is now for sale in his Williams Mill studio.

Congratulations to Mary Ellen Farrow for her sculpture prize at the latest Colour and Form Society: 58th Annual Open Juried Show. Mary Ellen's beautifully executed sculptures always bring a smile to our faces. We at "The Mill" were already in "the know"- All Mary Ellen's stone sculpture are prize worthy! The CFS show is on until Nov. 26, 2010. Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery

Congratulations to Christine Montague. Her representational oil painting “Down the Lighthouse Stairs” was accepted into "Where They Are Now!" the OCADU Alumni Juried Show – an exciting initiative that invited all 12 disciplines of OCAD University to submit art work. Jurors were Melissa Bennett, Curator of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Maggie Broda, President of OCAD Alumni Association, & William Huffman, Associate Director of Toronto Arts Council. Nov. 10 - 28th. Opening Nov. 12.  Art Square Gallery, (Across from AGO) Toronto, Ontario.

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