Photographer and potter show work at Carnegie

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

The Carnegie Gallery unveils two new exhibitions for the month of August.

Potter Indira Singh and photographer Christopher McLeod present works during the month of August at the Carnegie Gallery in downtown Dundas.

Singh has worked as a studio potter for more than 15 years. Her works have been featured in fine art galleries and shops across Canada, the U. S. and collections in Germany, the U. K., Japan and India.

New body of work

Having just made a trip to India where ideas were exchanged with potters in New Delhi, Singh’s new body of work has been influenced by her roots.

McLeod’s exhibition celebrates the 30-year history of Carnegie printmakers and painters through his silver gelatin prints of the artists.

McLeod’s ongoing project, Artist: A Classic Portrait Collection, makes a stop at the Carnegie Gallery and features 15 artists, including Katherine MacDonald, Cora and Eric Brittan, Wes Bates, Rae Bates, Gillian Song, Catherine Gibbon, Jody Joseph and more.

Admission to the gallery is always free. An opening reception for the August exhibits is planned for Aug. 6, 7-9:30 p. m.

Photographer and potter show work at Carnegie

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

The Carnegie Gallery unveils two new exhibitions for the month of August.

Potter Indira Singh and photographer Christopher McLeod present works during the month of August at the Carnegie Gallery in downtown Dundas.

Singh has worked as a studio potter for more than 15 years. Her works have been featured in fine art galleries and shops across Canada, the U. S. and collections in Germany, the U. K., Japan and India.

New body of work

Having just made a trip to India where ideas were exchanged with potters in New Delhi, Singh’s new body of work has been influenced by her roots.

McLeod’s exhibition celebrates the 30-year history of Carnegie printmakers and painters through his silver gelatin prints of the artists.

McLeod’s ongoing project, Artist: A Classic Portrait Collection, makes a stop at the Carnegie Gallery and features 15 artists, including Katherine MacDonald, Cora and Eric Brittan, Wes Bates, Rae Bates, Gillian Song, Catherine Gibbon, Jody Joseph and more.

Admission to the gallery is always free. An opening reception for the August exhibits is planned for Aug. 6, 7-9:30 p. m.

Photographer and potter show work at Carnegie

News Jul 21, 2010 Ancaster News

The Carnegie Gallery unveils two new exhibitions for the month of August.

Potter Indira Singh and photographer Christopher McLeod present works during the month of August at the Carnegie Gallery in downtown Dundas.

Singh has worked as a studio potter for more than 15 years. Her works have been featured in fine art galleries and shops across Canada, the U. S. and collections in Germany, the U. K., Japan and India.

New body of work

Having just made a trip to India where ideas were exchanged with potters in New Delhi, Singh’s new body of work has been influenced by her roots.

McLeod’s exhibition celebrates the 30-year history of Carnegie printmakers and painters through his silver gelatin prints of the artists.

McLeod’s ongoing project, Artist: A Classic Portrait Collection, makes a stop at the Carnegie Gallery and features 15 artists, including Katherine MacDonald, Cora and Eric Brittan, Wes Bates, Rae Bates, Gillian Song, Catherine Gibbon, Jody Joseph and more.

Admission to the gallery is always free. An opening reception for the August exhibits is planned for Aug. 6, 7-9:30 p. m.