Image credits, left to right:
Luci Dilkus, Nature/Nurture #1. Oak bark and crocheted yarn on wood panel 11”x26”x1”
John Notten, Common Keel. Wood, metal, motor with foot switch, string, stain 46″x19″x72″Peter Fyfe, Canadian Car Strata. 288 toy diecast cars, one plane, mixed media and acrylic paint, 43.5″x20.5″x2.5″
Please join us for an artist talk between three of the artists selected for this year’s Tradition Transformed juried exhibition, John Notten, Luci Dilkus and Peter Fyfe. John Notten is a Toronto based artist/educator who works primarily in site specific, participatory installations. Luci Dilkus is a mixed media/fibre artist and an Arts Therapist residing in Tiny Township. Peter Fyfe is an Orillia based artist/educator who works in mixed media sculpture/installation and painting. This free event will be moderated by Tanya Cunnington, OMAH’s Arts Programming Coordinator, and will discuss the idea of traditional landscape art, and how each of these artists pushed those boundaries with their chosen mediums.