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Sharing our passion for art since 1981 

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Our April 16th Presenter

Norma Bradley-Walker 

Norma Bradley-Walker is a Montreal-West Island watercolour artist known for her unique style of delicate works that showcase Montreal's architecture, floral motifs, and local bird life.

Norma is a member of the Canadian Society of Painting In Watercolour and the Society of Canadian Aquarellists.

She also offers watercolour workshops and classes, and you can view her paintings on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

Explore her website by clicking [LEARN MORE] and discover her stunning works through her captivating thumbnail images.

Our Members' Exhibitions

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Donna McGee invites you to visit her "Transit series"paintings exhibition at the Dollard des Ormeaux library.

Venue: Dollard des Ormeaux Library

12001 Salaberry Blvd. DDO H9B 2A7
Exhibition dates: March 4th to April 29th.

Although the works superficially refer to travel, their broader meaning extends to our lives in general – how everything, around us and within us, changes and evolves, and how these changes become internalized and affect us in many ways.

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Sandra Woods invites you to her solo exhibition:  "Watercolours on Two Wheels."

Venue: The Lounge: McGill Community Centre for Lifelong Learning (MCLL)

680 Sherbrooke St. West #229 

Exhibition dates April 15th to June 21st

Mon-Thu 9am-5pm | Fri 9am-3pm

Our Partner
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Doina Falcon and Doina Bundaru invite you to visit the "Le Retour du Printemps" exhibition in which they are both participating.

Venue: Galerie Lenoir 

220, St Paul Ouest Boul. Old Montreal H2Y 1Z9

Vernissage:Saturday April 13th   5:30-7:30PM

Exhibition dates:  March 31st to April 27th 

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Caroline Donati invites you to visit her solo exhibition at the l’Île-Bizard library.

Venue: l’Île Bizard Library

500 Montée de l'Église, l’Île-Bizard

Vernissage: Saturday May 4th from 1-3pm

Exhibition dates: May 4th to June 2nd.

Inspired by her walks around l’Île-Bizard, Caroline uses oils and acrylics to interpret the colours and glow of nature in her region.

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