I've been so busy lately that I haven't had a chance to update the blog, including even to blog about the exhibition I had in Kingston that just closed, so posting some installation shots here + images from the opening and also a discussion on the Place of Portraiture in the age of the Selfie with introduction by Carey Harrison - photos were taken by the galllery curator Gloria Waslyn (GW), Charlotte Mandell (CM), and Carey Harrison (CH) or me, Claire.
Also included below are some press pieces from the Kingston Times and the Woodstock Times.
Above is an extract from a review by Paul Smart - see also
at the bottom of this post for more press.
Left is the Exhibition Flyer
|Kerry Henderson - Gallery co-owner - welcoming guests (GW)|
|Penny Webber & poet Robert Kelly (CM)|
|Claire and fellow-artist Douglas McGuire|
whose landscapes were also being shown
in the Gallery
|Claire at the Opening (CM)|
|Above - people arriving at the gallery (GW).|
|Marshall Boris, John & Ann Porter|
|Carey opening the exhibition (GW)|
|Lief and Lief - cell phone photo by Carey Harrison|