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Art Through the Ages

Art has a rich history of creation. Boundless and versatile, moving and changing with time, contributing to visual appearances of art as a timeline. This includes the many factors that form in the production process, they can be cultural, political, religious, or economic- and throughout this history we witness movements and ways of working. Paying attention to the ways in which art has formed in the past teaches us about our current works and our current world. This creates important connections between past and present- and reminds us that art simply is humanity.

Members are encouraged to experiment with combining techniques and visual references from artistic movements, allowing free flow and expression as we pave the path of new ways of creating while including the many forms beforehand. In this, we ask members to think, where do you draw your inspiration from? In all of our art, we are always communicating and creating a dialogue between artist and viewer. These interactions allow for observations and produce parallels within an art history context. Create with intent as an ode to art through the ages and share with us, what movement speaks to you in your own artistic practice? This can be through ideas, materials, techniques, or subject matter.

Art Through The Ages will be a virtual exhibition hosted on Quest’s website Questart.ca. You must be a member in good standing in order to participate in this. Submissions will be by jpeg with a short description (100 words) about your work. You may submit up to 3 works but we cannot guarantee that all pieces will be selected.

You must include: title, size (h x w), date and materials/medium with each submission.
All submissions to be sent to questarterincoholan@gmail.com before July 1st.

Meet the Artist Christian Bernard Singer

Quest Art School + Gallery is thrilled to continue our new initiative ‘Meet the Artist’. This is an ongoing video series, which will highlight the talent of local artists.
It is our pleasure to introduce our next artist as Christian Bernard Singer. Christian is an eco artist who works with creating sculpture and installation based on his environment. He is an artist, curator and educator who pushes boundaries, materially and conceptually, while opening pathways to meaningful and resonant experiences for viewers.
To see more of his work got to https://www.christianbernardsinger.com/

 

Are you an artist located in Midland or the surrounding area? Would you like to share your work and experiences with others? We would love to chat with you for our Meet the Artist series! Please contact Erin at questarterincoholan@gmail.com if this opportunity interests you.

Meet with friends old and new for an artist meetup en plein air! These drop-in sessions are fun and free for artists of all ages and experience levels.

The next meetup will be on Saturday, June 19. We will be meeting in Downtown Midland, at the benches overlooking the Marina next to the Boathouse Eatery/adjacent to the town dock. This is right at the bottom of King Street.

Looking for a more structured experience? Check out Watercolours with Sherryl Hopper  or Abstracting the Landscape with Debra Krakow.