Dundas Winterblooms

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Dundas Valley School of Art, Carnegie Gallery and Dundas Museum & Archives in partnership with Mohawk College Continuing Education present

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January 24 – 27, 2019
Beautiful floral displays and great art in the midst of winter

Three prominent Dundas locations once again present a walking tour of free exhibitions featuring original artworks and precious artifacts, accompanied by floral arrangements that take their inspiration from their paired work of art.

Opening receptions at all three exhibition locations Thursday, January 24th  6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Opening remarks at Dundas Valley School of Art, 6:30 p.m.

Exhibition times:
Friday, January 25th: 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 26th: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 27th: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Some locations may offer extended hours – check with locations

Featured Artists:
Dan Ashwin, Diana Boye, Liliana Catalfo, Paul Cvetch, Peter Fischer, Ann Granatier, Kathryn Hough, Marilyn Johnston, Jody Joseph, Stephen Landers, Marguerite Larmand, Dan Lawlor, Sharon Massen-Smith, Renate Min-Oo, Vera Mongiardi, Lubna Nabulsi, Marla Panko, Heather Perry, Neil Sharpe, Lori Skinner, Katherine Slimman, Amy Snyder, John Storey, Laurie Wonfor Nolan and Roger Wood.

Featured Artifacts:
Treasures from the museum’s collection covering the 19th and 20th centuries including book bindings and black pattern china to lace and lithographed tin.

Featured Florists:
Gerri-Lyn Ard, Mary Clarke, Jeannette Cross, Wendy Downing, Carol Embree, Corrine Empringham, Gary Fleming, Carolyn Guiry, Linda Hartley, Susan Hewitt (Edna Miller Flowers), Janice Laser, Elizabeth Schleicher, Marie Sharp and students from Mohawk College’s Continuing Education Floral Design program.

 

Free entry to exhibits at all three locations
Dundas Valley School of Art – 21 Ogilvie St, Dundas
Carnegie Gallery – 10 King St W, Dundas
Dundas Museum & Archives – 139 Park St W, Dundas

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Register now for the Winter term. Classes available in Painting, Sculpture, Pottery, Drawing, Photography, Printmaking and much more.