Pulp Fiction: Works on Paper Wayne Boucher, Brad Hall, Sharon Irving-Kennedy, Ted Lind, Susan Tooke
Exhibition: Dec 1-22 Opening Reception: Saturday, December 2, 11am-2pm
Drawing has long been considered the foundation of the visual arts and often continues to be the basis for artistic training. It is both a means of observing and an essential part of the process of invention. Drawings or works on paper, be they traditional materials or new media, can also be considered unique works of art that can stand on their own. This group of artists produces works on paper that reveal creative impulses and technical mastery, offering a glimpse into how their ideas are transformed into images.
ARTSPLACE’s vision is to share stimulating work and strengthen artistic life in our region. Creating environments for art and arts practitioners to thrive is key to our work, as is supporting audiences in their growth, awareness, and excitement about art.
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. The Annapolis Region Community Arts Council recognizes the support of the Province of Nova Scotia. We are pleased to work in partnership with the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage to develop and promote our cultural resources for all Nova Scotians.
ARTSPLACE Gallery: Box 534, 396 St. George St. Annapolis Royal, NS, Canada : email@example.com : 902-532-7069 The Annapolis Region Community Arts Council Registered Charity Number: 11878 7506 RR0001