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Rosy Hagedorn

Zine

Rosy Hagedorn

Twilight on Manitoulin Island

I was inspired to paint this view of Ned’s Island at dusk from the back deck of a place that we faithfully drove to every year on Manitoulin Island. My husband and I were part of a group of six couples that got together every year to visit this beautiful island. The painting brings so many joyous memories of times spent together, especially when three people from the original group of twelve have passed. Due to my husband’s diagnosis of vascular dementia a few years ago, this was the first time that my husband and I did not travel to the island. Changes occur in each one of us, and it is at times like these that photographs

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A "Zine" (short for magazine or fanzine) is a self-published myriad of works, including writing, painting, drawing, photography, poetry, and other creative forms of expression that is usually reproduced via a photocopier. They are usually the product of a single person or very small group of artists and surround a single theme, or celebrate the work of something that already exists. The term was first coined back in 1940 - and now, in 2020, Zines are more popular than ever. There are various intentions behind the creation of Zines. Their purpose is often to not turn a profit, but rather to provide a space for expression, developing identity, addressing pertinent issues, creating a story, or providing a space for artists and creatives alike to share their feelings on what matters most to them. This year, for Quest Art's first ever Zine publication, we prompted local artists during the month of September to consider the theme of 'Hometown Hideaways' and how locations in Georgian Bay can act as personal hideouts, community hubs, and collective centres for culture -- public or private. Artists were free to interpret this theme in whichever way or medium they desired. A very grand 'thank you!' to all those who participated, and were patient in the process of publishing their work. Click the image above to view a larger version or download the printable Hometown Hideaways Zine here.