Spirit of the Hills Art Show and Sale at Warkworth Library
March 30, 2019 to September 28, 2019
Spirit of the Hills has a new art show in Warkworth at the library. The show will run until September 28th. The show is open during library hours: Tue 10-5, Wed 2-7, Fri 1-6 and Sat 10-1. All of the art work is for sale. Exhibit photos by Mary Weilandt.
- Buenos Aires, photograph, $195 – Isabel Veldhuis
- Dusk at the Crossroads of Hwy 50 and 11th Line, North of Campbellford, oil on panel, $300 – Jeffery Weekes
- Open Window, acrylic on canvas, $250 – Beth Rhind
- Leopard Study, graphite, $625 – Barbara McGuey
- Hydrangea, acrylic, graphite, crayon, $275 – Linda McClelland
- Mermaid Haven, acrylic on canvas, $450 – Lynda Todd
- Beaver Ripples, photo, $200 – Matthew King
- Gentle Ripples, acrylic on canvas, $450 – Lynda Todd
- Misty Morning Meander, acrylic on metal photo print, $325 – Christopher Thorpe
- Forest of Green, acrylic on canvas, $50 – Catherine Joyce
- Deception, photo on canvas, $160 – Mary Weilandt
- Squeeze of Lemon Yellow, acrylic, $50 – Catherine Joyce
- Autumn Advice, acrylic on canvas, $125 – Beth Rhind
- Tulips, acrylic, $185 – Louise Leclair-Aronson
- The Entertainer, acrylics, $275 – Georgina
- Still Life with Peach, acrylic, $185 – Louise Leclair-Aronson
- Galeux D’Elysines Squash, acrylic on canvas, $200 – Sylver Stephens
- Silver Lining, oil, $450 – Barbara McGuey
- Once Upon a Time, photograph, $195 – Isabel Veldhuis
- Lemons, acrylic and conte, $150 – Linda McClelland
- Deer Watching, photo, $200 – Matthew King
- Evening Sky on 11th Line, oil on panel, $300 – Jeffery Weekes
- Haldimand Sunrise, photo canvas print, $600 – Ken Solilo
“River, Rock & Forest” Art Show & Sale at Capers Restaurant
Spirit of the Hills Arts Association presents the art of Dania Madera-Lerman
February 25 to April 28, 2019
at Capers Restaurant
28 Bridge Street West
Campbellford, Ontario K0L 1L0
Two different Felting Workshops with Eva Camacho coming in June
Spirit of the Hills is pleased to announce that Eva Camacho is returning this summer to offer 2 different felting workshops. Originally from Spain, Eva now lives in Massachusetts. She has taught all over the US, and is heading to Australia in July. We are lucky that she has chosen to revisit us in the Northumberland Hills in 2019.
Both workshops will be held in the spacious activity room at the Grace Christian Reformed Church in Cobourg where we held our workshops last year. See below for more details.
Wool + Paper Felting Workshop
During this experimental three-day workshop, June 10-12, 2019, participants will learn how to “Joomchi” or “felt” mulberry paper such as Kozo and/or Hanji.
This is a felting technique that originated in Korea, which provides a great potential to create a rich texture for adding to any artistic surface.
The workshop includes one slide presentation where instructor will show inspirational pieces from different textile artists.
Eva Camacho Wool + Paper Felting Workshop
Seamless Felted Bag Workshop
During this two-day workshop, June 14-15, 2019, participants will learn how to create a seamless felted bag, pocketbook or clutch, using a felting technique around a resist.
Instructor will demonstrate all the techniques, step by step, and participants will be given enough time to work on their own during the construction of the bag. Each participant will spend time with instructor to discuss design, color and composition. Upon completion, participants will learn different stitching techniques to embellish the bag, and each will have the option to add a leather strap and closure.
Eva Camacho Seamless Felted Bag Workshop
Northumberland Hills Hospital Exhibit
Exhibit Duration: Nov 28, 2018 to Wed, May 29, 2019
The Northumberland Hills Hospital graciously offers free exhibit space to Spirit of the Hills painters and photographers.
The exhibit is bi-annual. Participating painters and photographers may refresh their work more frequently, e.g. every 8 weeks or so during the 6 month long exhibit.
The hospital provides a hanging system for our use. However, the system does limit the number of works on display to a maximum of 14. It is not possible to stack works one above the other.
Accordingly size of participating art work will be taken into account during the selection process. The minimum size for a framed work is 21 inches in width. A maximum of 2 submissions are accepted.
In other words, the venue lends itself of large pieces of work.
To date, sales have occurred during each exhibit. Note that 10% of the sales commission goes to the hospital; and 15% to SOTH. There is no cost to the artist for participating in this exhibit.
Pictures from the current or recent exhibit
Photos by Tony Crocker
Northumberland Hills Hospital Art Exhibit Registration
Registration is now closed as the space is fully allotted