Maggie Dean and her daughter, Wendy Tillett are pleased to present a collection of their paintings, stained glass and boutique articles at the Arbor Gallery Cultural Centre (AGCC). The show is called , “Field, Forest, Sea and Sky”.
Tillett’s paintings reflect the changing world and the perils her subjects find themselves in these days. In her paintings, she raises awareness for change in the way we treat the creatures in our care. Dean has always loved to paint barns and now finds that a lot of her good old landmarks are disappearing due to the ravages of time and ‘progress.’ So, a show was born for your enjoyment.
The show’s vernissage takes place on Saturday, February 9 from 1 pm to 3 pm. The show dates are from January, 30 to March 3, 2019.
Dean will be donating 10% of her net sales to the Friends of the Feral Cats in Hawkesbury, a charitable organization that traps, neuters and releases Trap, Neuter and Release (TNR) feral cats. Tillett will be donating 10 per cent of her net sales to the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) Canada, one of her favourite charities.
AGCC is a non-profit charitable organization highlighting local artists and other cultural creators. For more information please visit www.arborgallery.org, or follow on Facebook. The gallery and gift shoppe are open Wednesday through Sunday, 12 to 4 p.m.
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