Mortimer art has delighted in the past – her porcelain umbrellas will be featured at this showing.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON  June 16, 2012   Three new exhibits will take up a temporary home at the Burlington Art Centre filling two of its galleries and its beautiful courtyard.

Opening reception is on June 24 from 2 to 4 pm.  Everyone is welcome to come and mingle with the artists and experience their work.

The Courtyard will be filled with Hamilton-based artist Colleen O’Reilly’s Garden Spirits until September 23. Known for her bright and colourful function ware, in this exhibition, she ventures into the realm of sculpture with her charming porcelain totems.

Ann Mortimer – In Series will be in the Lee-Chin Gallery from June 23 to August 26. The exhibition examines the artist’s past serial work, with emphasis placed on her latest series of porcelain umbrellas which explore the relationship between form and pattern.

Ann Mortimer'S Tree Peonies - new material will be exhibited at the BAC from June 23 to August 26TH.

The paintings and collage works by Dundas artist Marla Panko in the F.R. Perry Gallery also are celebrated during the reception. Marla Panko: Meaning and Order (June 16 – August 7) explores the notion of modernism and evokes the pure abstraction which developed in the first half of the twentieth century.

Admission to all exhibitions and related events is free. The Burlington Art Centre is located at 1333 Lakeshore Road. For more information, visit the or call 905-632-7796.  Follow the BAC on Facebook.


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