The artists of the K-W Central Art Walk are hosting a pop-up gallery at the Odeon Gallery in the Princess Twin, starting this Friday. You’re invited to the gala reception on Thursday, September 7 at 7:00 P.M. Come on out and see some great art at a great Waterloo institution.
Also, there’s probably popcorn involved.
Check us out on Facebook! See a great sample of what’s to come this October!
Media: Traditional Photography
Jack MacAulay was born in Saskatchewan, in 1941. He’s lived in K-W since he retired. He taught art at KCI/KWCVS from 1974 to 1996.
Working in clay for many years, Esther produces a wide range of functional items. Inspiration comes from the textures found in nature and the techniques applied to quilting and fibre arts. Esther fires pots in both oxidized and reduction atmospheres producing a lively colourful range of pots that are a pleasure to use everyday.
At the art walk this year, you will again be able to contribute to a community pot.
Media: Acrylics, Paverpol (for sculpture), Oil color, Drawing
Elvan is a local artist and who shares her love for art through teaching. She has a studio located in Waterloo where she teaches acrylic and sculpture to non-artists from age 8 to 78. It’s her desire to show to people that art is not only a result, but it is also a process. She believes this process can awaken a person’s inner world and help spur out-of-the-box thinking.
She is experienced on many diverse art forms, including acrylic paintings, oil paintings, Encaustic (beeswax + oil colour), mixed media and sculpture (Paverpol – fabric sculpture) and Turkish Art called “EBRU”.
Adrienne Zoe is a fine art photographer and bird photographer. Her signature creative photographs that look like abstract art of paintings are the result of her exploration into various methods manipulation, such as use of filters and reflective materials during shooting as well as digital manipulation during post-processing.
A nature lover, Adrienne has a portfolio of birds and nature.
An artist at Uptown Gallery Waterloo since November 2015, she presents new photographic art with each new show every two months. She has taken workshops from master photographers Sharon Milstein and Leona Isaak, and photography courses at Brookdale Community College in New Jersey.
She is a member of Grand River Imaging and Photography Society, Canadian Association for Photographic Art, Kitchener Waterloo Society of Artists, and Button Factory Arts.
Her works have appeared in local and international juried exhibitions. Together with her photographer husband, Jonathan Sau, she has received the 2017 Curator’s Choice Award from Button Factory Arts which awards a Button Factory Arts solo show in 2018.