A year ago died this woman, god has given her the voice of divinity that will transcend anything and everything..
Thanks to the internet the beauty of her interpretation will live and inspire many.
Anna Luczak-Romaszewska cordially invite you and any friends that you may care to invite to the retrospective art exhibition "Personal Diary" by Antoni Romaszewski.
Where: Galerie Montcalm, L'Hotel-de-Ville de Gatineau, 25 rue Laurier Street. Free underground parking after 4 p.m. and on weekends - entrance on rue de l'Hotel-de-Ville.
When: from October 18 until November 25, 2012
Vernissage:October 18, 2012 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
|Reproduced by ARTzink Studio|
|At the Museum of Civilization|
|By the way, I do own a licensed version of this |
Shutterstock image, but it's large and I am rushing,
so here is a small thingy to illustrate my thought...
During X Ottawa Photography Festival and Nuit Blanche Ottawa, Le Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle, with the support of SAW Gallery and the Ottawa Arts Court, presents Regions of Emotion: The Documentary Photography of Jules Villemaire.
Curated by Stefan St-Laurent, the exhibition is a first survey of the photographic work of the Ottawa artist. Jules Villemaire, renowned for contributing greatly to the documentation and preservation of Franco-Ontarian theatre, has also, for more than 40 years, developed an intimate and singular vision of rural and urban French Ontario. From Hearst to Timmins, he has captured sublime moments of everyday life of the thousands of people he has encountered in his social practice.
The opening of the exhibition will take place exceptionally on Saturday, September 22, at 6:30 p.m., outside SAW Gallery, located at 67 Nicholas Street, in Ottawa. Information: Shahla Bahrami (613) 748-6954 or email@example.com Centre d’artistes Voix Visuelle would like to thank the Ontario Arts Council, Canadian Heritage and the City of Ottawa for their support.
would donating a million to establish a stationary children's theatre in Ottawa is asking too much?
CALLING ALL MILLIONERS
|King Richard III when he looked more alive|
vs the Kings earthly remains in Leister UK