Current South Simce Arts Council Gallery at the Gibson features
Douglas Brown Watercolour, Gwen Brown Sculpture - A Retrospective
Member Leonora Husveti-Frenette burst into the art scene in 2013 from a background in psychology and performing arts. Leonora won 2nd prize from the South Simcoe Arts Council in her first creation and in 2014 she won the Alice Forestell Award for the most promising Emerging Artist.
The South Simcoe Arts Council is taking registrations for the March Break Painting at the Gibson!
March 16 - 20, 2015 9 - 4 daily includes materials
Cost for the full week is $200 or $50 per day. Create your own acrylic paintings using professional artist's materials provided. Explore brush strokes, colour mixing, and painting techniques, through daily themes. with Artist in Residence at the Gibson Centre, Greg Hindle.
Both the South Simcoe Arts Council Membership Directory and the Festival Events Ontario Magazine hit the streets of Toronto a week ago!
We welcome all Artists to enter their rendition of a bee made of weather resistant materials such as wood, metal, copper, concrete, glass etc.
The artistic entries will be judged at this year’s “Beeton Honey and Garden Festival” May 23rd, 2015 by public voting.
SSAC PARTNERS WITH THE ABIA!
We are thrilled to partner with our local communities that we live in. Remember to save these dates! The Alliston Business Improvement Association is placing this ad in the Ontario Parks Information Guide. For those of you who are unaware; I understand that Earl Rowe Provincial Park
Both Emerging Artists and Established Artists registering for this year's events will create works interpreting the theme: New Tecumseth, A Legacy of Agriculture, in any medium.
Barrie resident Bob Kain will be hosting youth classes on how to draw in the manga style, a cartoon or form of illustration that came to prominence in nineteenth century Japan.