RED PIECE

Completed July 27, 2020

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Each piece is crafted using hand-cut strips of paper that are shaped then glued together then mounted onto a cardstock/mat board. Museum Glass is used for minimizing glare while protecting against harmful UV rays.

Please note that each piece is handmade and as such will vary slightly from the photos shown. Also the colors you see on your screen may vary slightly from the original piece due to different screen settings.

All pieces are made to order. Please allow up to 4 weeks for new and commissioned work (depending on complexity). Pieces in this gallery are completed and can be delivered immediately after making the necessary arrangements. Custom colors are available for each piece should you see something you like but would like to customize it to match your décor. Don’t be shy, if you can think of it I can quill it.

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Description:
– Handmade Paper Art (Quilling)
– Each Paper Art is made of 3-5mm paper strips (Recollections Cardstock
(65 lb/176g/m2) & White Glue
– The diameter of my Paper Art is around 81cm or 32 inches.
– Pieces are custom framed in a shadow box for easy hanging.
– Museum Glass Protection and Anti-Reflective viewing
– Shipping is included in the price within Canada.
– Shipping is done with Fedex Canada
– Fedex Ground – Can take up to 6 days
– Prices are in Canadian Dollars

The Latcham Art Centre

Annual Juried Show

Annual Juried Exhibition – March 7, 2020 to April 25, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 1 – 3PM

Thank you to all the talented artists who submitted artwork for our 2020 Annual Juried Exhibition. Our three distinguished jurors had the pleasure of reviewing each and every artwork. After an inspiring day of assessment, 33 works have been selected for this year’s exhibition.

Please join us for the Juror’s Talk with Noor Alé, Assistant Curator//Registrar at the MacLaren Art Centre, on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 1PM.

Latcham ART CENTRE

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 1 – 3PM

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 1 – 3PM

Thank you to all the talented artists who submitted artwork for our 2020 Annual Juried Exhibition. Our three distinguished jurors had the pleasure of reviewing each and every artwork. After an inspiring day of assessment, 33 works have been selected for this year’s exhibition.

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Latcham Art Centre
2 Park Drive
Stouffville, Ontario, Canada L4A 4K1

Please join us for the Juror’s Talk with Noor Alé, Assistant Curator//Registrar at the MacLaren Art Centre, on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 1PM.

Selected artists (in alphabetical order by first name):

Alexandrea Nicholas-Jennings
Allan O’Marra
Andrew Cripps
Bob Tunnoch
Brandon Latcham
David Samila
Diana Hillman
Dianne Green
Edward Falkenberg
Emma Enright
Eva Folks
Gralyna Tonkiel
Heather Wheldrake
Heidi McKenzie
Hilary Hung
Jane Bowen
Joanna Strong
Judy Sherman
Julia Eldridge
Julia Katrina
Kelly Kirkham
Kim Brett
Lo Scott
Margit Sampogna
Petar Boskovic
Peter Adams
Ronald Regamey
Sara Shields
Sharron Corrigan Forrest
Sheila Chazarian
Sherry Park
Teri Donovan

Current Exhibition: PAPER 2020. February 13-29 2020.

Back by popular demand! PAPER 2020 features artwork by 14 talented artists working in paper. Tyler Grace, Samatha Vessios, Gayle Schofield, Heather Price-Jones, Stephanie Cloutier, Laurie Herd, Patti Agapi, Melissa Robertson, Janine Wheeler, Kelly O’Neill, Midori Fullerton, Paige Lauren Stephen, Shelley Sleeman and Ronald Regamey.

Exhititions – Lee Contemporary, PAPER 2020

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PAPER 2020

February 13 – 29, 2020

Opening Reception
Saturday February 15 from 1-3 pm
Artists in attendance.

5 Peter Street South
Upper Level
Orillia, Ontario
Thu to Sat 10 – 4 or by appt.

Back by popular demand! This year’s annual juried exhibition features artwork by Tyler Grace, Samatha Vessios, Gayle Schofield, Heather Price-Jones, Stephanie Cloutier, Laurie Herd, Patti Agapi, Melissa Robertson, Janine Wheeler, Kelly O’Neill, Midori Fullerton, Paige Lauren Stephen, Shelley Sleeman and Ronald Regamey.

Remarkable Quilled Mandalas and Geometric Paper Art

I used to think I had limitless patience when it came to paper quilling, but that was before incredibly intricate mandalas and on-edge geometric paper art created by other quillers became so popular. Inspired at least in part by Alli Bartkowski’s book of thirty patterns, Quilled Mandalas, circular quilling began peppering social media a few years ago. It’s fun to see the wide array of coils and lines that are used… people’s creativity and dedication to their craft never fails to amaze! Let’s take a look at these examples:

Ronald Regamey is a prolific Ontario, Canada paper artist who creates large-scale mandalas with paper strips that he cuts by hand. A Threat, shown above, measures 21 x 21 inches. His first solo exhibition is underway through August 3 at Lee Art Gallery in Orillia, Ontario. Here’s a shot of another mandala by Ronald that shows the detail of central dimensional coils.

All Things Paper

Salon 14

Meet the Artists: Sunday, February 2nd, 2 — 4 pm