An Exhibit of Abstract Paintings
St. Marys Station Gallery is pleased to present the third in the series “Women’s Doubles” ABSTRACT PERSPECTIVES. Paintings by Virginia H. Caldwell and Bonn Richardson. For the first time, the gallery will be showing all abstract paintings created by these remarkable women artists.
Virginia H. Caldwell is a uniquely talented Canadian artist from London who lives and breathes art. In her own words, “To teach yourself to be in the moment and to be taken on a journey of creativity is a form of prayer for me.” Virginia’s works have been exhibited all over Southwestern Ontario, in galleries such as Burlington Art and Craft Shows, Niagara on the Lake, London’s Museum Gallery, Art Bank Ontario, and Toronto’s Del Bello Galleries International Miniature Art Exhibition along with artists from thirty-two countries.
Bonnie (Bonn) Richardson is a St. Marys artist whose work is a reflection of an ongoing journey of personal growth. Bonnie views herself as a student of life who never tires of learning. Richardson says, “I love the challenge of problem-solving during my painting process.” Bonnie states that she is blessed to have found an abstract mentor in Virginia who is graciously guiding her process.
This unique exhibition Abstract Perspectives of colour and form by two women artists, opens on July 26, 2019, with a reception at 7pm where you are invited to meet the artists. The exhibition closes on Sept. 7, 2019.
The St. Marys Station Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 4:30 pm. A Friend of the Gallery often attends to help you enjoy your visit and to explain more about the artists and their works.
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