Art opening

Landscape artists have had the honour of showing at Studio Connexion Gallery this year and in the past.

Landscape artists have had the honour of showing  at Studio Connexion Gallery this year and in the past.

To close the regular exhibition season we have chosen Nadine Stefan, a long time established artist, to show her new series, “Wildflower.”

The New Denver/Calgary artist has created new acrylic paintings on wood panels. The series depicts low ground scapes focusing on beautiful grasses, weeds and flowers. Nadine’s inspiration comes from nature and also from her travels this last summer. The paintings will be of interest to nature and art lovers in general. Her show will run from September 23 to October 11.

Please note that the reception for the show will be on Friday October 3 from 7 to 9 p.m.. You are invited to meet and greet Nadine and to celebrate her new series at Studio Connexion Gallery, 203 Fifth Avenue NW (only two and a half blocks from Broadway Street).

Refreshments will be served.

The regular gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday, or by appointment to accommodate your busy schedule. See you at the gallery!

 

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