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Several members of the AHA have participated in a group show at the Musée régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, A tribute to Leonard Cohen.
The show opened in mid-November and has been very well-received. A final event has been scheduled for Sunday, January 19, from 2 to 4 pm, with the artists invited to talk about their contributions to the show: their inspirations, their materials and techniques. Presentations will be in French and English.
The show closes on January 22.
To get a taste of the work, whether in traditional oil portrait, landscape, fibre, collage or sculpture, please check out the post from November 17, 2019, on Heather Dubreuil’s blog.

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Bonjour les amateuurs d’art,

C’est mon plaisir de vous inviter à ma dernière exposition solo au STUDIO77 à Pointe-Claire.  L’exposition commence le 5 décembre et continue jusqu’à fin janvier.  Le vernissage sera samedi le 7 décembre de 7-9h.  Venez entre amis.
Hello art lovers,
I am pleased to invite you to my last solo exhibition of the year at STUDIO 77 in Pointe-Claire.  The exhibition will start on December 5th and will last until the end of January.  Vernissage, Saturday, December 7th form 7-9pm. Feel free to invite your friends.° Poster #3

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Several AHA members are part of an upcoming show at the Musée régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges from November 9, 2019 – January 22, 2020.  Twelve artists have come together to celebrate the life, poetry and music of Leonard Cohen. They will engage you with their work in  painting, sculpture, collage and fibre.
All AHA members are invited to the vernissage on Sunday, November 10, from 2 – 4 pm.

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This is a plein air festival held in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia each June.  Parrsboro is on the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy, an exceptional place for its tides and fossil cliffs.

Please see the link below for more information.


Sandra Stephenson

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and from Marc Taro Holmes of Urban Sketchers Montreal



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