Fellow King artist Ernestine Tahedl and I produced a collaborative fused glass sculpture as part of a premiere developmental programme developed and sponsored by the Ontario Arts Society and the Woodstock Gallery.
It was held:
The programme saw multiple venues for exhibit, including the Aurora Cultural Centre and the John B. Aird Gallery in Toronto.
But in addition: The City of Woodstock was be celebrating the official opening of the new Woodstock Gallery at this venue. City, Federal and Provincial representatives who funded this new, world-class cultural asset will be on hand for the plaque unveiling.
The image below of Trinitas was the first released image of our work, to compliment the two images published in the catalogue.
Ernestine prepared a full colour catalogue for the tour that could be viewed free and purchased online, or at the launch.
Click here to review the book or view it here:
I prepared a separate post that talks in some detail with images about the programme and our test sculpture “Two Solitudes” that resulted in “Trinitas”. Click here to read it.
We’re happy to say that Two Solitudes sold at the recent Schomberg Village Street Gallery to a private collector. The original intent for pARTners was for all ten collaborative pieces to be auctioned at the Woodstock launch; it was decided that ownership would stay with the artists.
Trinitas is available for sale directly from us, including the custom mirrored base that supports the pieces.
An individual work of all artists tours with the show. In my case, Deco! (click here for more on this piece) was also on display, and is available for sale.
Enjoy the slideshow below showing some images of Ernestine and me, and of Trinitas in creation.