May 23 Opening of the show @ La Fab (2-5 pm)
June 21 Exhibition Closing Party and Auction @ La Fab
LA FAB GALLERY HOURS
212 Chemin Old Chelsea, Chelsea, QC | 819-827-3326
Monday and Tuesday: closed
Wednesday to Friday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Now that Lines in Nature / La nature des choses has closed we can look back on more than a year of preparation and work towards our exhibition. It has been an extraordinary experience for me filled with warmth and good natured cheer. We all have worked diligently to overcome the strangeness produced by working closely with another artist on the same piece. It can easily be said how successful the collaborations were as they are a testament to our sincere undertaking of the challenge. We presented a beautiful exhibition! A big thank you goes out to La Fab and especially to Sandrine for her unwavering support of our project.
Overview with (front to back of space) Pira and Maggie’s painting, Carina and Andrew’s work, Géraldine and Paula’s ceramic seascape, Judith and Kathryn’s drawings for their animation
Carina and Andrew’s work on brick wall, Paul’s donation beside the window
Delphine and Melissa’s prints for the auction
Jeff’s comet with the catalogue cover
Rolande and Gail’s collaboration for the fundraiser
Shirley and Gail’s book of drawings
Yesterday was our last night at La Fab as a collaborating group. It was a nice evening that culminated with an art auction to benefit La Fab. Jeff graced us with the sound of his bagpipe. Some of us put work for the members show that will start June 27 (3 pm – 5 pm) until Aug 2nd. Here are some pictures taken last night.
Our exhibition Lines in Nature| La nature des choses is soon coming to an end and we had decided early on to take part of La Fab’s Annual Fundraiser. It will take place the same night our show closes. So we’re throwing a party and what a better date than June 21 to celebrate La Fab’s achievements, the Solstice, our collaborative adventure and even Father’s Day. It’s a ticket-only event. Check out our flyer (you can click on it, it’s a PDF):
This is posted from my IPad so please forgive the roughness, just wanted to get the information out as soon as possible. The website allows you to buy you tickets online.
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday night.
The online address for tickets to our event!
She works fast and to the point. We would like to thank interviewer-videographer Liana Voia for doing a great job during our Reception.
You can see the fruit of her labour and ours on the videos she posted on YouTube. You can either select the artist of your choice doing a solo or team interview on Liana’s YouTube Channel and/or you can choose to watch the Artist Talk (23:43).
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We would like to thank the many visitors who came today and made our Reception a successful event. Congratulations to Jeff and Delphine as well as Andrew and Carina for selling their work. Liana Voia did interview most of the artists present and videos will soon be available on YouTube. For those of you who couldn’t make it and for those who want to relieve part of it, here are some pictures.
The walls were still awaiting a fresh coat of paint but most of us were hard at work today to set up the show. Others had come in the previous weeks to set theirs up, knowing they couldn’t make it today.
Judith and Kathryn were having some technical difficulties with the way their video was coming out on the screen but they have some surprise for the viewers.
Gail and Shirley were still working on installing their work when I left.
I love this piece by Andrew and Carina. Check out the stitching on the painting.
Jeff and Delphine’s prints look really great in the hall.
Can’t see well enough with the picture but this piece from Margit and Melissa looks really intriguing from out the window.
Dawn and Patricia’s work was still installed completely when I left.