This week at the Gallery – March 9 – 15
Beaverbrook Art GalleryMarch 6, 20200 Comments
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March 11: 12:15- 12:50 pm. Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) was one of the most influential artists in 16th-century Germany, and one of the most important artists of the Northern Renaissance. Cranach’s painting “Lucretia” (c. 1530) was titled “Young Woman” before it was cleaned in 1969, which revealed the image of the tip of a knife blade at the bottom of the work. The knife completely changed the meaning of the work, and immediately went from an unknown woman to a great historic character.
March 12: 7:00 pm. A sole filmmaker trails an artist singularly transfixed by a Canadian icon. Manon Elder paints a beautiful young Emily Carr that no one has ever given you before. Lured back to the source 100 years later by the photographs of T’anuu, Elder retraces Carr’s journey into the sacred wilderness of Haida Gwaii.
Thursday night art class: Thursday, 7:00- 9:00 pm. All skill levels are welcome, ages 16+. Cost is $8 for members, $15 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028.
March 12: Laura Forrester invites participants to draw inspiration from Emily Carr’s work and explore the palette and vision of this great Canadian artist. Media explored will be acrylic, watercolor, and oil pastel.
Art for Tots: Fridays from 10:00- 10:45 am. Cost is free for members, $10 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028.
March 13: Animal collage
March 15: 3:00 pm. Brigitte Clavette
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