Feeling fine about art

News Nov 27, 2012 Ancaster News

Several hundred people attended the first Annual Dundas Valley Fine Art Show at Dundas Valley School of Art. The show featured the art of seven of Hamilton’s leading artists: E. Robert Ross, Guennadi Kalinine, Stephen Landers, Paul Simon, Mark Strutt, Les Drysdale, and Ward Shipman, plus internationally-recognized antiquarian and art appraiser Bert Dorpmans.Shown here, artist Guennadi Kalinine with art student Chris Lafratta, and John and Dina Farnan admire a Les Drysdale sculpture.

Photos by Allyson Wenzowski

Feeling fine about art

News Nov 27, 2012 Ancaster News

Several hundred people attended the first Annual Dundas Valley Fine Art Show at Dundas Valley School of Art. The show featured the art of seven of Hamilton’s leading artists: E. Robert Ross, Guennadi Kalinine, Stephen Landers, Paul Simon, Mark Strutt, Les Drysdale, and Ward Shipman, plus internationally-recognized antiquarian and art appraiser Bert Dorpmans.Shown here, artist Guennadi Kalinine with art student Chris Lafratta, and John and Dina Farnan admire a Les Drysdale sculpture.

Photos by Allyson Wenzowski

Feeling fine about art

News Nov 27, 2012 Ancaster News

Several hundred people attended the first Annual Dundas Valley Fine Art Show at Dundas Valley School of Art. The show featured the art of seven of Hamilton’s leading artists: E. Robert Ross, Guennadi Kalinine, Stephen Landers, Paul Simon, Mark Strutt, Les Drysdale, and Ward Shipman, plus internationally-recognized antiquarian and art appraiser Bert Dorpmans.Shown here, artist Guennadi Kalinine with art student Chris Lafratta, and John and Dina Farnan admire a Les Drysdale sculpture.

Photos by Allyson Wenzowski