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Presented by the Prince Edward County Arts Council, Art in the County returns to welcoming in-person visitors on the lower level of The Armoury building in Picton. See more than 100 original works by local artists, including paintings, photography, sculpture, and more. Admission is $3 (free for children under 12). Also online at artinthecounty.com.
See new encaustic paintings by Susan Wallis. She says, "With my feet firmly planted on the soil of the earth, I raise my eyes to the skies and feel the embrace of the cool breeze off the lake's surface and breathe deeply. I imprint the scene into my memory banks to be recalled at a later date."
Belleville residents and visitors can enjoy the first-ever Caribbean Festival in Downtown Belleville on Saturday, June 25th. Belleville’s Caribbean community has worked passionately to bring colourful, striking costumes, Caribbean art and music to be enjoyed by all. Expect live music, Caribbean food, steel drums, dancers, and more!
POSE is a skill-building exhibition, designed to contextualize the nude portraits and sketches from the Art Gallery of Northumberland’s Permanent Collection within the wider history of the genre. The featured nine works range from expressive and gestural to strategically posed and methodically executed.