We’ve added a mailing list to the Central Art Walk site. If anyone wants to be notified by email when this site is updated (i.e. a new entry is posted), you can join our mailing list. This will keep you up-to-date on important community events, and issues concerning the Central Art Walk community in general.
For Art Walk artists, this mailing list will be a way of keeping in touch with decisions, news, and important planning and scheduling updates made during the Art Walk meetings.
For art enthusiasts and people interested in art and the Central Art Walk, this is a great way to find out what we’re doing, and to keep in touch with your favourite artists. Remember that while the Central Art Walk happens once a year, art is happening all the time.
If you want to be added to our mailing list, please click here and send us an email.
To be removed from our mailing list, please click here to send us an email, and we will no longer contact you.
The next Central Art Walk meeting will be next Tuesday July 14, 7:30, at Jakki’s place.
In other news, the $40 entry fee will be collected the week of August 2. Jakki will contact you to arrange a collection time.
For information (such as where Jakki’s house is), please email email@example.com.
Lauren Judge is a multi-disciplinary artist, living and working in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario. She has recently joined the Waterloo Community Arts Centre as General Manager, gaining a new perspective of the local arts community, and takes delight in providing arts programs and events for the public at affordable cost.
Lauren is primarily a hand knitter. With 20 years of experience, Lauren creates her own patterns and original designs for women’s accessories. She chooses to work exclusively with 100% natural fibres, with a flair for silks, wool and alpaca in natural pigments.
Since 2008, Lauren’s artistic interests have shifted to painting with acrylics in an abstract style, taking elements from the styles of Picasso and Pollock. Recently her focus has shifted to a pouring technique that allows her to apply a passionate dose of colour and texture. Her techniques and the added use of symbolism help to convey a social or environmental message.
Lauren also has experience in stained glass. She prefers to work in large pieces, breaking down scenery into shapes and planes, building in perspective and value, and experimenting with texture.
You can learn more about Lauren Judge by visiting www.laurenjudge.com
To learn more about the Waterloo Community Arts Centre visit www.buttonfactory.org