Notes and News
( left images) Judith DesBrisay: Witness series (right images ) Cheri Maisonneuve: assorted works
The artists independently discovered the potential of using epoxy resin in creating art ; they soon shared their enthusiastic explorations.
The Quesnel Art Gallery will exibit their Resonate art exhibit from May 6 to May 28, 2021. Enjoy COVID regulated Gallery visits and virtual presentations of the work. For more details click on the following: Judith and Cheri.
In the midst of a world shaken by the COVID 19 pandemic and global anti-racism protests with demands for long overdue justice resonating , I state my commitment to listen, learn, and support the essential efforts to adopt anti-racism as the framework for our lives and actions. I urge support for public health guidelines to optimize management of the COVID virus. As B.C.'s Dr. Bonnie Henry states, "Be kind, be calm, be safe."
Creative energy flows as we follow public health guidelines to ensure the best possible outcomes during these challenging times with COVID 19 . Please join family and friends in virtual enjoyment of one another and the arts.
Granddaughters' art works celebrate life!
Judith collaborated with Megan Long for the Inspirations art exhibit
at the Quesnel Art Gallery Oct. 12 to Nov. 10, 2018.
Eight of Judith's art works are now installed at various locations within the Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Ontario. Geography VIII can be viewed at the Perimeter Library.
Wildfires have affected much of B.C. this fiery Summer of 2017, including portions
of our beloved Taharti wilderness property.
In addition to providing innovative health care for residents, the Quesnel Primary Care Clinic displays a selection of art works by local artists, including Judith's paintings.
Assistant curator , Meghan Hunter-Guthier with Judith at the Two Rivers Gallery, Rustad Galleria. Guests enjoyed the opening reception of the Possibilites art exhibit.