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Thursday, 28 May 2015

New Art and Artists on the Hill

Today we are sharing some new art, as well as some new studio tour artists.

Sharing work on our blog for the first time, this painting is by Grace Tetelbaun, and it's her first year participating in the studio tour.

Ona Kingdon is not new to the Studio Tour, but this lovely work is. She just finished this beautiful commissioned work and it is currently on it's way to the US.   

Studio Tour artist Shoshana Lock was SNAPD this month with Richmond Hill's mayor David Barrow.. Shoshana Lock will be auctioning this painted guitar, with proceeds going to charity.

This is a new and fabulous textured work by Daniel Marlatt.


 To see more of our fabulous artists work please visit our Richmond Hill Studio Tour facebook page

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Creativity abounds

 Our Studio Tour artists have been giving us a glimpse of their wonderful imaginations this week as they create and share their work.

Victor Molev shared this work "Dog suddenly gained its gracious host" 45x61 cm. Oil on canvas

Sue Foerster Creations will have this Acrylic painting "Baby" on display this coming weekend at the Mill Pond Gallery

This is Daniel Marlatt's new piece "Web in the broken window". The piece can be hung in outdoor space , it is made of poured epoxy in a steel frame.....  It will also be on display this weekend at the gallery at Mill Pond.

To see more of our fabulous artists work please visit our Richmond Hill Studio Tour facebook page

Thursday, 14 May 2015

Artists in Action!

It's no surprise that art comes from those artists, who passionately pursue their work, and also enjoy sharing their talents with others. This week, if you visited Door's Open, then you may have seen some of these artists creating in front of your very eyes. If you weren't able to visit some of the historical sites, then check out these images of our Studio Tour Artists working at some of Richmond Hill's most fascinating historic sites!

We had Inga Rozina creating jewelery at The Burr House.

Karen Pasieka was creating her lovely polymer art.This picture doesn't show off Karen's amazing work, but the crowd of onlookers really tells the story!

Momin Kahn in action was creating an energetic watercolour of a historic house. It's really amazing watching him work, his passion and enthusiasm for his work is captivating.

Ona Kingdon was painting the Clockmaker's Workshop in Gormley. Let's hope that Ona shares the finished work with us soon! Her watercolours are captivating!

If you want to see more of these artists in action, then make sure you put October 17th and 18th in your calender, and join us for the Studio Tour! In the meanwhile, please follow us on Facebook!

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Doors Open Richmond Hill and The Studio Tour

This upcoming Saturday, Richmond Hill opens it's doors to some of our most intriguing and charming heritage sites. You can visit the sites on May 9th, from 10am - 4pm. If you are interested in learning more, you can find the details, including a map, here.

Some of the studio tour artists will be creating at the various locations, including:

Ona Kingdon at the Clockmakers House in the hamlet of Gormley. This is an in-progress watercolour by Ona.

Inga Rozin and Katie Argyle will be at the Burr House, and Anita Dhanjal will be at the Boynton House

This is a lovely pair of earrings created by Inga Rozin.

Here is a Katie Argyle printmaking. This is an image of the Boynton House.

If you see these artists or any others out and about at Doors Open this weekend, please do take a picture and share it with us!

You can also learn more about our artists, at the Richmond Hill Studio Tour Facebook Page!