A senior citizen (86-years-old) at Horizon Place in Vermilion painted this piece to help her pass the time while she is self isolating due to COVID-19. She has been painting for approximately 50 years, and began this one on April 3, completing it on April 6.
“I painted this for my children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren who are each aware of how this virus has affected us all,” said the artist.
She went on to say that her children have many of her works of art and
Photo submitted Vermilion Community Art Club hosted their first digital live art session on April 3.
Participants prepared a portrait sketch and had the opportunity to use any opaque medium of their choosing.
Meagan Balaneski led the session and said, “I believe that art is really good for mental health and a sense of connection. It helps you tap into an area of pure creativity, and completely disconnect from the stresses of the moment. It’s also a really low-cost activity
There were many vibrant art pieces displayed at the Vermilion Regional Centre from April 12 – 13, as the Vermilion Community Art Club held their 9th Annual Art Show & Sale.
A wine and cheese event on April 12, allowed hundreds of guests to enjoy viewing the large selection of varying art mediums including painting, sketching, photography, pottery, fabric, wood, antlers, leather, and welded metal. A range of originals, prints, cards, books, jewellery, and magnets were availab
Left, Featured Artist, Susan Richardson demonstrated painting with pastels at the Vermilion Art Show on April 14. Middle, Bonnie Luopa with her painting of a bison called “Apollo” travels from Amisk to participate in the Vermilion Community Art Club. Right, “Opposing Worlds,” painted by Monica To. Photos Angela Mouly Thousands of vibrant art pieces were displayed at the Vermilion Regional Centre from April 13 – 14, as the Vermilion Community Art Club held their 8th Annual Art
Featured Artist, Sandra Miller pictured beside her oil on canvas painting ‘War Bonnet’. Artists mingled with the crowd to talk about their artworks on display at the 7th Annual Vermilion Spring Art Show in the Regional Center on April 21 - 22. The atmosphere was relaxed and creative as people enjoyed a glass of wine and soaked up the background music performed by the singer/songwriter Catherine Lewans. “The attendance was not as good as last year unfortunately; maybe it is a
Well-known local Artist Shirley Kinneberg from Elk Point will be showcasing her work again at the show this year. Her collection includes landscape paintings produced with oils, acrylics, graphite and water colour. Photo Marie Conboy The local participating artists have been putting the finishing touches to their work recently in preparation for the 7th annual Vermilion Spring Art Show on April 21 and 22. The Chair of the Vermilion Spring Art Show Sandra Miller urged everyone
The large open windows overlooking the Vermilion Airport runaway create a spacey relaxing feel at the Heartworks Studio. The sound of Norah Jones plays in the background as Heartworks Art Instructor Cindi Plant lays out materials preparing for her students to arrive for the next class. Heartworks Studio in Vermilion is located in the old airport building overlooking the airport run way. Photos Marie Conboy The walls of the studio are filled with colourful vibrant art work tuc