Mindsight – Leya Evelyn & Students

Aug 11, 7:00 p.m. – Aug 29, 5:00 p.m. Abstraction allows a man to see with his mind what he can not see with his eyes. Archile Gorky Sponsored by The Country Bread Basket.

Time & Location

Aug 11, 7:00 p.m. – Aug 29, 5:00 p.m.

Tatamagouche, 362 Main St, Tatamagouche, NS B0K 1V0, Canada

About the Event

A show of Abstraction works by Leya Evelyn and her students.

Bi-weekly assignments help to explore both techniques and approaches, learning

new ways of applying paint, using colour, and experimenting .

Opening Reception: Friday August 11, 7pm

Leya Evelyn

Abstract paintings are about explorations, possibilities, imaginings and openings. The work considers the painting process, the marks, the color and the impact of these to be image itself, without literal references

Brenda Peck

Although I do some drawing, most of my work is abstract painting. At times it can also be figurative. The mediums I generally use are acrylic paint, ink and torn paper on canvas.

Cathy McKelvey

I’m inspired by nature but I paint from within. Mark making and colour are my main tools. I’m after a feeling.

Sally Hutchinson

I work in acrylic, mixed water media and oil to paint from alternate voices…some known, and some not.

Patty Toner

Inspired by nature and the energy of the natural world, Patty incorporates colours, textures and shapes into her abstract pieces with a goal for you to feel that energy in each one.

Nancy Howard

I generally approach painting in an instinctive and abstract way, letting the process of painting unearth the direction it needs to go, revealing texture and energetic mark making along the way.

Debby Finkbeiner Austin

I work in acrylic and create colourfields that are inspired by landscapes and colours that surround us.

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