Artwork at Art Gallery of Burlington’s 38th Annual Auction

cat-caller-parrot-malowanyThis year three of my paintings will be part of the Art Gallery of Burlington’s 38th Annual Auction.  “Cat Caller” and “Wake Up Call” will be part of the 99 Pieces of Art on the Wall Art Sale and “Turtle Pile” will be part of the Silent Auction.

The show starts Sunday May 29: 2-5pm  with the Public Opening Preview for the Live & Silent Auction, and starts the 99 Pieces of Art on the Wall Art Sale, which runs until June 3.  99 pieces of small, original artwork will be up for sale, all priced at $250. Last year, people were lined up for the doors to open for the small works sale, and snapped up the paintings fast, so don’t miss opening day! The show culminates with the Live & Silent Auction, on June 3rd.  Below is the schedule of events:

polish-crested-rooster-painting-malowanyMay 29 – June 3: Tom Thomson Exhibition
Visit the AGB this week to see original pieces of Tom Thompson’s artwork on exhibition for ONE WEEK ONLY

99 Pieces of Art on the Wall Art Sale:  May 29 – June 3. Starting on May 29 and running until June 3rd; 99 pieces of small, original artwork for sale, all priced at $250.

Sunday May 29: 2-5pm Public Opening Preview for our Live & Silent Auction

Wednesday, June 1: 7pm Free Art Talk – In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven with authors Sue & Jim Waddington

Live & Silent Auction Friday, June 3, 2016
6:30-8pm Opening reception featuring live music, gourmet hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.
8:00-9pm: Live Auction


For more information and tickets for the Auction, visit the Art Gallery of Burlington website.







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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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