WALL SPACE GALLERY is pleased to present Point of View, a new body of work from featured artists of Canadian Art Collective: Laurie de Camillis, Peter Rotter, Stewart Jones and David Lidbetter. The exhibit opens on the evening of October 8th with a special fundraising event for The Ottawa Riverkeeper. Each artist has painted a piece in their unique style in homage to the Ottawa River. We ask you to join the artists' dedication to maintaining clean, safe waterways and bid on the works. Point of View runs until November 1, 2015
Artist Opening and Fundraiser: Thursday, October 8th, 6:30-8:30pm.
Proceeds from the evening and sale of the Ottawa River pieces to benefit Ottawa Riverkeeper. Refreshments to be provided. Donations accepted at the door.
Canadian Art Collective: Point of View
From the painter’s eye - a moment in time, the light of an instant within our ever changing environment, is captured with oil paint.
Point of View brings the Canadian Art Collective, a group of artists gathered together by colour, the love of oil paint, and the place we live in, whether urban, rural or wilderness; who observe moments each from their particular view point and each with their particular style of painting.
These artists have honed their skills and developed their personal styles over years of professional work and exhibitions. The paintings are sensual with texture and colour ranging from the bold expressionistic brushstrokes of Stewart Jones to the silken strokes and subtle colour of Peter Rotter. David Lidbetter’s sophisticated and mysterious application defies analysis; while Laurie De Camillis applies paint with bold directness, painting only what is necessary.
The Canadian Art Collective is dedicated to observing the continuing and evolving relationship we have with our environment. In support of a swimmable, drinkable, fishable water, these artists will each have a painting up for auction with the full proceeds going toOttawa Riverkeeper - one image, four painters, four different styles, four points of view.
The vision of each artist is personal while still being representational with a documentary approach. The members of the Canadian Art Collective are carrying on the cool objective approach, a tradition of excellence that we, Canadians, find in our research, photography and documentary films. They have exhibited extensively in Canada and the US and their work can be found in numerous private, corporate and public collections.