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Paper Effects: Selections from the Permanent Collection, curated by Ann Marie Stasiuk and Rick Matthews

Event Date: Open Sun., Tue. to Sat.
from Apr. 18th until May. 5th, 2017
Check our Full Event Calendar for specific dates and times.

Event Time: 10 am - 5 pm

Host: Gallery Stratford

Contact: 519 271-5271

Details:

Paper Effects:  Selections from the Permanent Collection, curated by Ann Marie Stasiuk and Rick Matthews

Paper Effects is an exhibition of works drawn from Gallery Stratford’s permanent collection, which includes a variety of media - drawings, etchings, paintings, photography, and woodcuts – with subject matter that is equally diverse.  These works on paper, most of them black and white, are all original works found in the Gallery’s permanent collection, and selected by Community Curators, Ann Marie Stasiuk and Rick Matthews. The marks that an artist choses to place on the surface of a piece of paper may be bold and graphic or subtle and muted.
Gallery Stratford is excited to showcase this work, that has all been selected by two members of our community.

Image Detail: Harold Town, Chaplin & Cherrill in Tillies Punctured, lithograph, 20x14 inches



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free

Location: Gallery Stratford, Stratford, 54 Romeo Street, South, Stratford


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