Tuesday, August 23, 2022, to Sunday, November 6, 2022
Open until September 4, Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
September 9 to November 6, Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
An exhibition of art works from local and regional artists: Kent Benson, Sylvia Bertolini, Diane Blain, Pauline Boudreau, Sara Peck Colby, Dominique Gagnon, Gina Hamilton, Anthony Hobbs, Renée Larochelle, Marianne McEwen, Natanya Nerenberg, Amélie Pomerleau, Geneviève Roy, Amy Smith, Zach Dugas, as well as co-op members.
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20 Carré Copp, Georgeville,
Quebec J0B 1T0
OPENING HOURS - 11 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
June 21 to September 4
Tuesday to Sunday
September 9 to October 9
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
October 16 to January 30 - 2023
March 5 to June 19
« Caught By The Moon »
Beginning Thanksgiving weekend, Georgeville visitors will discover an intriguing sculpture newly installed outside in front of Georgeville Studio. "Caught By The Moon" consists of a shiny stainless steel sphere suspended from a vertical, curved piece of black granite. The combination creates a dynamic sculpture.
The highly mirrored sphere reflects the surrounding landscape and the ever-changing sky. The sculpted form of the black granite evokes multiple images - a bird's wing in flight, a majestic spinnaker fully extended, or a windsurfer's outstretched sail on Lake Memphremagog, or as the title suggests, a space object housed in a moonscape.
"Caught By The Moon" was created by David James, a sculptor from the Eastern Townships whose pieces are in private, corporate and museum collections from British Columbia to Saudi Arabia. The Department of Canadian Heritage has recognized the outstanding contribution and national significance of his work.
James last exhibited at Georgeville Studio in 2009. The Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts mounted a solo exhibition of his work in 2017 to celebrate its 35th anniversary. This summer, Arts Sutton presented his creations to celebrate it's 41st anniversary.