Carnegie Gallery welcomes new exhibitions for month of October

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

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

In the North gallery Brigitte Wolf and Brenda Roy exhibit Shifting Shapes.

Translating the language of quilts into jewelry and stained glass, Ms. Roy is an international award-winning designer who creates contemporary jewelry that explores contrasts in metal and stone. Ms. Wolf has been working in stained glass for more than 20 years. Her work is intended for private and public spaces, enhanced by sandblasting and glass painting.

The two women came to design a show because they were part of an exhibition at the Carnegie called Out of the Past Into the Future, where they were inspired by a quilt and produced pieces relating to a quilt in the Dundas Museum.

They decided to further explore this topic as both their works share a strong sense of geometry and colour

Jason Freiburger presents Chasing the Moonlight in the South Gallery.

Mr. Freiburger is a member of the Carnegie Gallery and lives in Hamilton. He is a graduate of Sheridan College and has won a number of awards for his work in design.

Admission to the gallery, 10 King St. W. in Dundas, is always free. Email carnegie@carnegiegallery.org or log onto www.carnegiegallery.org .

Carnegie Gallery welcomes new exhibitions for month of October

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

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

In the North gallery Brigitte Wolf and Brenda Roy exhibit Shifting Shapes.

Translating the language of quilts into jewelry and stained glass, Ms. Roy is an international award-winning designer who creates contemporary jewelry that explores contrasts in metal and stone. Ms. Wolf has been working in stained glass for more than 20 years. Her work is intended for private and public spaces, enhanced by sandblasting and glass painting.

The two women came to design a show because they were part of an exhibition at the Carnegie called Out of the Past Into the Future, where they were inspired by a quilt and produced pieces relating to a quilt in the Dundas Museum.

They decided to further explore this topic as both their works share a strong sense of geometry and colour

Jason Freiburger presents Chasing the Moonlight in the South Gallery.

Mr. Freiburger is a member of the Carnegie Gallery and lives in Hamilton. He is a graduate of Sheridan College and has won a number of awards for his work in design.

Admission to the gallery, 10 King St. W. in Dundas, is always free. Email carnegie@carnegiegallery.org or log onto www.carnegiegallery.org .

Carnegie Gallery welcomes new exhibitions for month of October

News Oct 02, 2009 Ancaster News

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

In the North gallery Brigitte Wolf and Brenda Roy exhibit Shifting Shapes.

Translating the language of quilts into jewelry and stained glass, Ms. Roy is an international award-winning designer who creates contemporary jewelry that explores contrasts in metal and stone. Ms. Wolf has been working in stained glass for more than 20 years. Her work is intended for private and public spaces, enhanced by sandblasting and glass painting.

The two women came to design a show because they were part of an exhibition at the Carnegie called Out of the Past Into the Future, where they were inspired by a quilt and produced pieces relating to a quilt in the Dundas Museum.

They decided to further explore this topic as both their works share a strong sense of geometry and colour

Jason Freiburger presents Chasing the Moonlight in the South Gallery.

Mr. Freiburger is a member of the Carnegie Gallery and lives in Hamilton. He is a graduate of Sheridan College and has won a number of awards for his work in design.

Admission to the gallery, 10 King St. W. in Dundas, is always free. Email carnegie@carnegiegallery.org or log onto www.carnegiegallery.org .