July 8th – July 30th, 2017
In the Eastern Township of Stanstead, is an undulating gravel road, “Browns Hill”. Moving through endlessly rolling valleys, receding to a distant range of mountains and sky, Brown’s Hill is the site of inspiration for this exhibition. Five artists are invited to interpret this evocative ‘paysage’. This exhibition was presented in collaboration with McClure Gallery.
Invited Curator: JoAnn Meade
Sara Peck Colby lives and works in Montreal. She has exhibited her painting in Montreal since the early 70s, including solo exhibitions at Gemst Gallery, Galerie Soleil, as well as Centaur Theatre Gallery.
Renée Duval lives and works in Montreal. She has exhibited throughout Canada, the U.S. and France and has a number of works in both public and corporate collections. She is currently the Gallery Exhibitions Director of the McClure Gallery at the Visual Arts Centre.
Holly King teaches at Concordia University and is represented by Art Mûr Gallery in Montreal. Her photographs have been exhibited in various solo and group exhibition across Canada and internationally and she has also executed various public art commissions.
Peter Krausz was born in Romania and is a professor at the University of Montreal. His paintings have been exhibited in various group and solo exhibitions across Canada and internationally. His works are part of many public and corporate collections.
Song Nan Zhang was born in Shanghai in China where he studied art. He pursued his studies in Paris before he immigrated to Canada. Since 1991, his works have been shown in various group and solo exhibitions in Canada and China.
Publication of the exhibition
45 pages (15 color reproductions)
French / English
ISBN : 978-1-926492-15-5
@ Galerie McClure, 2017
On sale at Colby-Curtis Museum : $ 24,95 + taxes