#art #reconciliation

New mural aims to reflect Ottawa's diversity

[caption id=“attachment_85682” align=“aligncenter” width=“1000”] A new mural at the Hunt Club-Riverside Park Community Centre will brighten the old gray building. Claudia Salguero, a professional artist who oversaw its creation, supervising its installation in late December. (Devyn Barrie/OttawaStart.com)[/caption] The icy wind lapped at the drawings in Claudia Salguero’s hand on an afternoon in late December as she shouted up instructions to the men on the roof installing her mural. ...

#art #king #sinkhole

Andrew King's new sinkhole-inspired painting

https://twitter.com/twitandrewking/status/743063046587846656 ** Andrew King’s ** new sinkhole -inspired painting titled _ “Ottawa Tourist Trap” _ will be on sale at this weekend’s Art in the Alley event, June 17-19 at 1395B Wellington Street West. “Experience a new collection of artwork by local artists Alison Fowler, Ross Rheaume, Andrew King and photographer Jason Fournier as they showcase their work outdoors in the alleyway of 1395 Wellington St W. ...

#art #Painting #varley #war museum

Canadian War Museum acquires Second World War portrait by F. H. Varley

[caption id=“attachment_27364” align=“aligncenter” width=“600”] Fred Varley Portrait of a Naval Officer, Harry Kelman CWM 20150552-001 Canadian War Museum[/caption] The Canadian War Museum has made a significant addition to its Beaverbrook Collection of War Art: a 1943 portrait of Naval Officer Harry Kelman painted by Frederick Horsman Varley, official First World War artist and original member of the Group of Seven. ...