Front, Left and Centre Show by Ken Thornburn and Friends is a variety of different styles and media, bonded through the force of nature. On display from September 9th to October 3rd 2020 on the top floor of the Harriston Public Library. Located at 88 Mill Street, Harriston, Ontario

The Artists of the Front, Left and Centre Show

Gerald Guenkel
Gerald creates 3D sculptures of creatures (people, turtles, rabbits, ravens, bears, and many more) by way of chainsaw carving. He can carve one-of-a-kind wooden sculpture from your on-site standing stumps.
www.CanCarve.com

Kathy Guenkel
Kathy loves to paint. Her subject matter is varied. But it all reflects a response to beauty, and the joy of responding to it with brush strokes and colour, in a representational style.
www.kathyguenkelfineart.com

Ken Thornburn
Ken owns Northern Flyer Designs in downtown Tara. He also creates coloured pencil and chalk pastel drawings, inspired by the landscapes of Bruce and Grey Counties. He does commission work, along with his original drawings.
www.northernflyerdesigns.com

We hope to see you at the gallery and that you will enjoy the unique collection that presents Front, Left and Centre Show by Ken Thornburn and Friends.

Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic the Minto Art Gallery will be only open during the day, to align with the times that the Wellington County Library will be open. In addition, in keeping with best practices including social distancing, the visitors to the gallery will be limited to a maximum of 5 persons at a time. Also, to access the building upon your visit to the gallery, please ring the door bell at the accessible entrance to the library building (new addition) and wait for County Library Sta to administer the screening questionnaire prior to entering the gallery. We appreciate your continued support of the arts during these challenging times during this stage of the pandemic recovery.

NEW 2020 Gallery hours
Wednesday 1:30 pm -3:30 pm
Friday 1:30 pm- 5:30 pm
Saturday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

For more information contact info@mintoartscouncil.ca

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