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Small Works Too

 

Join Ten of Montreal’s finest artists in an evening to celebrate those good things that come in small packages.

On Saturday December 1, starting at 6pm, enjoy some festive food and drinks while you chat with sparkling people and exhibiting artists.
 
Small Works Too is a place to find a special little visual gem for your office, your mother-in-law, or your honey. Fresh into our second year of business, at Fleurbain we are proud to present painting, collage, drawing, etching, and mixed media beauts to deck the halls! Small art makes for a unique and affordable gift, perfect for any occasion. With prices for original artwork starting at $50, you can’t go wrong.

Artists involved in this exhibition are:

-Elissa Baltzer
-Heather Boyd
-Denise Buisman-Pilger
-Natasha Henderson
-Francoise Issaly
-David Merk
-Annie-Claude Pépin
-Sarah Robinson
-Patricia Srigley
-Julie Verfaillie

If you cannot make the vernissage on December 1 at 6pm, don’t fret, we will host a mid-way festival with date/time TBA too! (Most likely Saturday December 15.)

Show runs until December 30 (closed December 23-26 and December 31 and January 1.)

 

Small Works from last year

Fleurbain is located at 460 St Catherine Street West, unit 917.
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Lauren Trimble

We are proud to present an exciting event on Sunday June 3. Three artists who are in the current exhibition “Cross Pollination” will give a short public demonstration of their craft.

Lauren Trimble will show and tell how she makes ceramic tiles.

Heather Boyd will present the process behind her copper wire mixed media sculptures.

Heather Boyd

Natasha Henderson will show how to make wool felt (from “scratch”).

The event is free. We just want to share our love of our craft with you!

Natasha Henderson

All three artists teach their craft, and all actively display their work in various venues. Come out and join us for a lively chat.

Event is Sunday June 3 from 5pm to 7pm.

Fleurbain 460 St Catherine West, Unit #917.

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