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Neilson Park Creative Centre Instructors' ExhibitionFront Instructors 2019 postcard

Exhibition Duration: January 7 to January 27, 2019

Reception: Sunday, January 27, 2019, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Neilson Park Creative Centre is pleased to host our annual Instructors' Exhibition.This year we invited our instructors to exhibit their work alongside a student of theirs. 

Take 2 highlights the importance of learning from one another and how instructor and student motivate, encourage and guide each other. The exhibition includes artwork in acrylics, watercolour, pen and ink and fibre arts.

Please join us at the closing reception on Sunday, January 27th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and have a chat with our artists and learn how they inspire each other! Early bird registration for our summer and spring 2019 classes will also be available during the reception.



Etobicoke Handweavers & Spinners Guild

Exhibition Duration: January 9 to January 27, 2019

The Etobicoke Handweavers & Spinners Guild are devoted to the fibre arts. The members interest include the artistic practices of hand weaving, spinning, basketry, hand dyeing, garment design and creation, felting, knitting and other diverse fibre arts. 



Ruth Luginbuehl

Exhibition Duration: January 7 to January 27, 2019

Ruth is a practicing mixed media fiber artist, using a whole range of different techniques: Drawing, painting, dying, printmaking (silkscreen print, block print, collagraph, etching, lithography, heat transfer), encaustic, felting, machine stitching and hand embroidery, including found objects. These techniques are the tools, which allow her to build up the layers of her compositions. She is particularly interested in transparencies and tactile qualities of surfaces, and therefore in the interaction of different materials.

She lives and works in Toronto, where she provides individual and group Art Therapy, and offers art workshops to all ages in her private studio, schools and other institutions. She is an active participant in community work, and is facilitating meditative labyrinth walks and on-site Mandala painting.                                                                                               



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 Exhibition Duration: December 3, 2018 to January 28, 2019

Noha Loy is a Toronto born artist. She grew up in Mississauga with her parents and two younger siblings. Noha’s interest in visual arts began in grade 6 and has grown since then, experimenting with different mediums and techniques. She is currently enrolled in an International Baccalaureate Program. Students in the MYP program are required to complete the Personal Project in order to move onto the DP program. For Noha’s Personal Project, she is exploring acrylic pouring.Noha has created 20 marbled artworks and is selling them.



Juliet Di Carlo

Exhibition Duration: January 9 to January 31, 2019

Juliet Di Carlo is currently a contemporary arts major at Etobicoke school of the arts In Toronto Ontario. She works in many different mediums including sculpture, photography, installation and film, and often incorporates them into each other. She focuses on what we are aware of but don’t acknowledge, whether this be the relationships we have with things and other people or our own selfhood. She would hope her art is way for people to understand each other and feel less alone within their life experiences.   For more information and on Instagram Juliet Di Carlo


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