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Community Curates Week 10

September 5th, 2011

Our last week has arrived! Now that we are wrapping up this project, our first crowd sourced art exhibition, we are starting to review the successes and drawbacks. Please be sure to leave a comment on this post with your ideas for how we could improve this process. We’d like to try it again and shake it up, make it even more fun and interactive. We have enjoyed interacting with you and we encourage you to come to the gallery and see the results of your decision making.

The Community Curates exhibition will be hung from 23 September, 2011 to 11 March, 2012. We’ll celebrate the exhibition and show you how to leave comments on it using your smartphone at our First Fridays event on Friday 7 October 2011.

Thank you for your help and we hope you’ve enjoyed the process!

Community Curates Week 10

 

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1. Paul B. Keele (Canadian, 1948 – 1973)

Buffalo prints won’t you come out tonight  c. 1973

lithograph on paper

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Urquhart, 1978

 

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2. Isabel McLaughlin (Canadian, 1903-2002)

Drawing from Life, Provincetown  c. 1948-1950

charcoal on paper

Gift of the estate of Isabel McLaughlin, 2003

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3. Ray Mead (Canadian, b. England, 1921 – 1998)

Lattice  1954

watercolour, gouache and pastel on paper

Donated by the Ontario Heritage Foundation, 1988; gift of M. F. Feheley

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4. Gordon Smith (Canadian, b. England, 1919-2001)

Winter Sea  1973

lithograph on paper

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Rivette Herzig, 1993

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5. Horatio Walker (Canadian, 1858 – 1938)

Lady Beside Lilypond  n.d.

oil on paper, laid down

Gift of Rita M. Pretty in memory of husband Harry A. Pretty, 1984

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