National Indigenous History Month

May 5th was “Red Dress Day.” The Red Dress Project was an art installation by Metis Artist Jaime Black, which she created to bring attention to the (still very real) crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. This crisis continues, and it is important for us as a nation to remember this cannotContinue reading “National Indigenous History Month”

Attention Northumberland Artists!

The Northumberland Arts Gallery and Shop is looking to book 2-3 artists from August 15 to the end of November. Interested? Contact Alexandra by emailing olenka.kucharczyk@gmail.com or phone call to 416-819-4188. This quaint gallery and shop is located down town Port Hope, at 8 Queen Street. Shop hours are Thursday to Saturday 11-5, Sunday 1-4.Continue reading “Attention Northumberland Artists!”

What’s New In The Studio?

It has been three months since I published a blog. Yikes. I thought it might be time to show my face again: I’ve been busy, but have lots of art brewing in the background of my life. I’ve started re-creating my children’s book. I have been slowly layering my large canvas from the “call meContinue reading “What’s New In The Studio?”

2021 The Creative Year

In January 2021 I decided to give myself a creative challenge, as a way to get myself “unstuck.” I found myself so serious about trying to write and paint, that I was paralyzed in some sort of abstract-fear of not succeeding at, or even finishing, anything. I found myself pulled in so many directions, itContinue reading “2021 The Creative Year”

RECAP ON FEATURED ARTISTS!

During 2021 I used my blog to feature twelve wonderful artists I know. Northumberland County is a place brimming with creativity and passionate folks who make beautiful things to share with you. This year we shared photographers, writers, needle-point art, multi-media creations, pottery, and painters. In case you missed any of these special features, hereContinue reading “RECAP ON FEATURED ARTISTS!”