Please leave a comment below and tell us how you brightened someone’s day. Artwork by Sarah Hunter, Hummingbird 15×18″, collage & ink.
Artwork shown here: God Is Love by Sarah Hunter
Oscar Wilde by Sarah Hunter, 9×12″, ink and wash
Hosted by Akasha Art Projects, #ARTival is the third annual holiday art salon featuring the work of over 20 artists including Sarah Hunter! Stop by and support local artists all while crossing off that shopping list!
Saturday November 18- Saturday December 23, 2017
Akasha Art Projects (511 Church Street)
“Emily Dickinson” portrait by Sarah Hunter
8.5×11, ink and oil stick
“Talent hits a target no one else hit, Genius hits a target no one else can see”
“Swimming Turtle” artwork by Sarah Hunter
7×10, watercolour on paper, 2009
“We are all beggars, each in [their] own way” –Mark Twain
“Beggar” by Sarah Hunter, Ink on Paper, 9×13 inches, 2009
28th Annual Mistletoe Magic
November 23 to 30, 2017
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Silent Art Auction:
November 30, 6 to 9 p.m.
Please join us November 30th for the 28th Annual Mistletoe Magic Gala!
The John B. Aird Gallery (also known as the Aird Gallery) is having our annual holiday fundraiser. Each year the gallery raises money for its operation by holding a silent auction. All the art pieces are donated by Ontario artists, and the money raised goes to support the gallery’s exhibition and educational programming.
This year, over 150 pieces are available in a variety of mediums including paintings, photographs, collage and sculptures.
Preview and pre-bidding begins on Nov. 23 and runs through to the day of the auction and gala on Thursday, November 30, 6 to 9 p.m. when the winning bids will be announced. You can bid in advance by visiting the gallery in person. During the preview period art works can also be purchased if you pay the full retail price.
The silent auction takes place on the night of the gala.
We are located inside the Macdonald Block building at 900 Bay Street, Toronto – in the heart of Queen’s Park, the seat of the Government of Ontario. Opened in 1985, the gallery was named in honour of the twenty-third Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario to recognize his exceptional support of the visual arts in the province and in Canada.
As part of Mistletoe Magic the Aird also presents works by featured artists Patrick DeCoste, Pat Fairhead and Clint Griffin
This is a free event. All are welcome!
The John B. Aird Gallery is located at 900 Bay Street (at Wellesley) in the Macdonald Block. For more information, visit: www.airdgallery.org. Regular hours of operation are: Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.