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CORA BRITTAN

CORA BRITTAN

  Down The Rabbit Hole (or The Magic Behind The Curtain)   By Kelly Drennan   Growing up, I was introduced and then hypnotized by fantastical films like "Alice in Wonderland" and the "Wizard of Oz", as well as the books "Where the Wild Things Are" and "The Secret Garden". Many years later, I still find myself attracted to these stories and tickled by the idea of escaping to a place of mystery, adventure, and magic. For most of us, the inner child never really leaves. Artist Cora Brittan's artistic practice encapsulates these nostalgic memories in a shimmering dome. She...

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From Hamilton to Gloucester

From Hamilton to Gloucester

Alma Sawbridge (1915-1998) & Juanita Lebarre Symington (1904-1980) Little biographical information is known about Alma Sawbridge, but it still seems appropriate to pair her work with the past president of the Women’s Arts Association of Hamilton, Juanita LeBarre Symington due to both artists being from Hamilton, in the same time period, and migrating to the artist colony of Gloucester. Though not an acclaimed historically significant Canadian artist, Hamilton painter Alma Sawbridge became recognized in her local art community for her distinctively bright coloured landscapes and still life paintings. Formerly residing at 168 Kenilworth Street South, she often shared her talent with...

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January 01, 2018. Work by Madelaine Ward "A Splash of Colour"

January 01, 2018. Work by Madelaine Ward "A Splash of Colour"

"A SPLASH OF COLOUR"Madelaine Ward (1934-2014)Begins January 01, 2018

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Michael Adamson

Michael Adamson

A Private Collection of Large Paintings 2004 - 2012 On Until December 31, 2017"Abstract painting, is actually the most straightforward type of painting. There's no illusion,there's no picture of a thing. It's the most rudimentary way to make art. And yet it's a form that makes a large amount of people nervous." Michael Adamson, 2011 Over the last year, Earls Court Gallery has been presenting bimonthly Online Art Exhibitions via our online store (www.earlscourtart.com). It is with great pleasure that we launch into our second year of this virtual endeavor with a selection of Michael Adamson paintings from a private collection, dating from 2004-2012. An...

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VICTORIA PEARCE

VICTORIA PEARCE

             Nature as Muse By Kelly Drennan  "I love finding beauty in the bones of the natural land."   Some artists paint what they see. Some paint what they feel. Victoria Pearce does both and she hopes you, the viewer, do the same.    Her paintings contain florals and nests looking as fresh as if just plucked from the forest floor, or labyrinth-like waterfalls, rocks and trees that almost appear to move. They read like love letters but carry the mystery of a secret admirer. A single red flower stands proud against a blue sky. A flower with...

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