So it has been about eight months now since I opened this gallery. Seven shows have come and gone. There has been much to learn along the way about finding and presenting high-quality art. A key part of the presentation … Continue reading
The working title for this show came about when I realized there was an unconventional aspect to the work of each of the artists featured in this show. Susan Gale’s landscapes are gently abstracted with a chunky pointillism. Elaine Heath’s … Continue reading
The Friday Jan 6 print edition of the Mississauga Times calls tomorrow’s opening of the Sabelis show at the Crimson Feather a “Best Bet”. Come out and see why. The artists’ reception will take place in the gallery tomorrow 1-3pm.
The Mississauga News gave a nice write-up about the next show here at Crimson Feather. “Eye of the Beholder” featuring the work of Sabelis opens Wednesday January 11 and the Artists’ Reception is Saturday Jan 14, 1-3pm.
Sensual lines and rich colours characterize David Thai’s glass bowls. A thin silver foil textures the outside surfaces. It is easy to see why the Government of Canada has these in four of our embassies as examples of Canadian art.
This is the time of year that many of us bring coniferous trees into our homes. Crimson Feather regular Floyd Elzinga lets us do this year-round with his steel pine cones. They range in size from 8 inches (I’m a … Continue reading
A photo from the opening of “Stories Lost & Stories Found” last week end. Thank you to all who came out to meet Alice Vander Vennen and talk to her about her art. The show will continue through the holidays, … Continue reading
Crimson Feather Gallery is featured in an article in this month’s SouthFields Village Voice. The editor interviewed Elaine and I last month and has given three pages of her magazine to the article and several photos of our work and … Continue reading
This is it – the last week end to see Hugh Russel’s bronzes and Yaohua Yan’s exquisite watercolours. Yaohua has been one of the best-selling guest artists yet to show in Crimson Feather! If you haven’t seen his work yet, … Continue reading
This morning a show of work by Crimson Feather Artists Craig Bell and Elaine Heath opened in the Dining Room of the Millcroft Inn & Spa. If you get a chance, drop by and check it out!