Lucy QUIN is showing three pieces in this massive, celebrated show hosted by the Town of Aurora. Categories include photography, oil painting, acrylic painting, drawing, watercolour, sculpture, and mixed media. Saturday May 4 and Sunday May 5 from 10am to 5pm. Free admission.
14 hours, 46 artists, 17 spots: can you do it all? The first major art event outside of Toronto is one of the best, if not the most fun. Tour three distinctive King Township villages — victorian Schomberg, charming Nobleton and sprawling King City — and meet the artists and fellow art lovers in residential studios, cultural centres and more.
Lucy will be exhibiting in the 160-year-old Laskay Hall in the King Cultural Centre, 2920 King Road, King Township. Full details: http://www.artssocietyking.ca/uploads/2/4/6/8/24682787/arts_society_king_studio_tour_king_brochure__2019.pdf
Lucy Q U I N has been selected to participate in FROM MEMORY: A juried exhibition to examine and celebrate memories that construct our stories, exclusively featuring the Society of York Region Artists.
Opening Reception: Saturday January 12, 2019, 1 – 4pm
Exhibition Brief: Our memories are a collection of stored information, sensations and feelings, created from communal stories and fleeting memories. They nurture our traditions, inform daily functions and provide context for our lives. Memories establish where we’ve been, who we are and guide us to who we may become. Intensely personal and powerful, memories can trigger a broad range of responses.
Aurora Cultural Centre, 22 Church Street, Aurora ON. | auroraculturalcentre.ca | 905 713 1818
Tuesday, 10 am — 4 pm | Wednesday, 10 am — 8 pm | Thurs — Sat, 10 am — 4 pm
Explore this local landmark through artworks painted outdoors, en plein air, by selected members of the Society of York Region Artists (SOYRA).
Free to the public.
Newmarket Old Town Hall, Serpa Galleries, 460 Bosford Street, Newmarket, Ontario.
Read news coverage of the unveiling here.
In the fall of 2018, Lucy Q U I N was invited to create a chair for auction at this moving event, an auction to raise funds and awareness for the Oasis Centre for Bereavement and Healing, which helps members of the York Region community navigate their grief journey. Lucy describes her thinking behind “River of Life,” the chair she created and was graciously purchased:
When someone we love passes away, the river of life overflows with sadness and tears. As time passes we somehow learn again to enjoy the warmth of the sun and the brightness of the light, and new branches grow from the darkness. This doesn’t mean we forget; it means that the river of life continues flowing just the way our loved one wished it would, for us to honour their memory. The river of life finds new life and purpose as a branch with fresh buds, ready to blossom with old and new possibilities.