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Third Chapter: Celebrating Lifelong Learning

 

Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) is pleased to host Third Chapter: An Exhibition Celebrating Lifelong Learning in the VAM Gallery. The exhibition will feature artwork by VAM students and members aged 60+. Third Chapter will run from February 21, 2017 until February 26, 2017.

Artists aged 60 and up are welcome to submit their works for consideration. Submissions are due Wednesday, February 15, 2017.
Join the celebration! All are welcome to the Reception and Artist Talk on Lifelong Learning Through the Arts on Saturday, February 25 at 1 pm. Artist Talk Keynote Speakers include Lydia Swanson and Murray Cox. Visual Arts Mississauga is located at 4170 Riverwood Park Lane. Please call 905-277-4313 for additional details.


Third Chapter is proudly sponsored by AMICA Mature Lifestyles


ABOUT LYDIA SWANSON: Lydia grew up in the cultural collage of Toronto, Ontario. As a child and young adult she developed her talents through dance, music and drawing. Her creativity continued to evolve in her professional educational career. After retiring as an elementary school principal she enrolled in coursework at Sheridan College in Interior Decorating. There she found the study of colour irresistible. Further tutoring under Cora Brittan and at the Dundas School of Art, the Burlington Art Centre, Visual Arts Mississauga, Retreats of Creemore and Haliburton School for the Arts opened her to a variety of techniques to express herself through mixed media using Prisma pencils, watercolour, acrylics, inks, encaustics, gold/silver leaf and collage.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ABOUT MURRAY COX: Murray Cox is an active member and student at VAM. Following his second retirement, he indulged his love of painting with oils. Murray has been an enthusiastic supporter of VAM’s Magic Monday program and can be found each Monday morning with coffee and a paintbrush or pencil in hand!

For the Exhibition Guidelines and Entry Form: Entry Form- Third Chapter

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