Red Ribbon Exhibit Nov. 10 & 11 in Ridgeway

Fort Erie Art Council is holding it’s Red Ribbon Gala evening this year on Saturday, November 10. This is the Fort Erie Art Council’s  (FEAC) main fundraiser, creating an opportunity for members to display and sell their works. Tickets are $10 per person. Celebrate local creativity and have a great evening out, chatting with old friends and meeting new ones! Artists will be in attendance to discuss their works. Live painting will be featured throughout the evening. Models wearing fashions by a local designer will also be on display. A large silent auction will also be a part of the evening’s festivities.

I’ll have two pieces in the exhibit, “Ker Church Bench” and “St. Paul’s Facade.  “Ker Church Bench” is a pastel painting I created for the Niagara Here Project this year and “St. Paul’s Facade” is a reduction woodcut I created quite a while ago.

While  dropping off my artwork I got a glimpse of some of the artwork submitted and am looking forward to Saturday night to see the diversity of exceptional art on display.  It has been wonderful to experience such a strong artistic culture in the Niagara region and see such a diverse group of amazing artists in our area.

Come on out to the Red Ribbon Exhibit:

Saturday November 10, 2012 – 7 pm to 11 pm.

Location: The Sanctuary in Ridgeway ADMISSION ……$10.00 per person

Tickets can be purchased at the Sanctuary, online at or at the door.

Art for the new collector & and celebrate local art!

Over 30 artists’ work will be on view!

Sunday, we will also be open. Admission is free. Hours are between 12:00 and 4 pm, no food and no live painting.

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Wendy Malowany

Wendy Malowany earned her B.F.A., majoring in Painting, and her M.S. in Art Education. She has been drawing and creating since her childhood in the U.S. and Scotland, creating art at a professional level for over 25 years, and teaching art to children and adults for over 20 years. Painting has been her preferred medium since the beginning of her artistic career, particularly oils, but she does sometimes work in other media. Her artwork is inspired by the objects and scenes she encounters daily, in an expressive realistic style. Architecture, animals, landscapes, and nature in general, are the predominant themes of her artwork. She immigrated to Canada after marrying her Canadian husband in 2010, and works in her studio on their 8 acre hobby farm in Wainfleet, Ontario. Wendy sells her work locally, online, and her work is in collections internationally.

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