Common Ground Gallery: Black Birds Fly South by Ed Learmonth
Wednesday February 1st, 2012
Posted at 10:15am
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Common Ground Gallery, located in Sandwich Town, is up for one final day exhibiting the work of Ed Learmouth titled Black Birds Fly South (January 18 until February 1). Located in the Mackenzie Hall Cultural Centre (3277 Sandwich Street) the work featured paintings of various sizes with a unique blend of colours and texture.
“Ed Learmonth has been painting for well over thirty years, and his style has taken on its own unique vision and beauty. He often creates flowing landscapes with very distinct lines and wide brushstrokes that evoke the living moods of nature, and the timelessness of the earth.”
Common Ground Gallery is a non-profit organization, established in 1986 and has most recently relied on membership and fundraising to keep the space running. This gallery is open to the public and is non-juried, allowing an affordable venue for artists to exhibit their work. Always seeking to promote the arts and awareness, Common Ground Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00am to 5:00pm (Closed Sunday and Monday).
If you are interested in booking an exhibition, the gallery provides steps to a successful exhibition and a gallery contract that you can fill out. Check out their website for more upcoming shows and membership inquiry, as well as Mackenzie Hall for creative workshops.