|Edgar Maxence (1871-1954), Jeune femme pensive tournée vers la gauche|
- Beau temps, mauvais temps (CHANSON)
- Beau temps, mauvais temps convie les auditeurs, en semaine, à un rendez-vous en chanson axé sur l’actualité musicale et culturelle de chacune des régions. Cette programmation conviviale allie valeurs sûres et découvertes.
Du lundi au vendredi de 8h30 à 12h
Réalisation: Diane Maheux
1. We need handbills made up, one that says our next 2 film nights, our upcoming rally and our weekly meetings. the handbill wouuld be best in Black and white for cheap printing and better if there was 4-6 a page so one sheet which costs 0.08 can be given to many people, we can also print double sided pages for the same cost. If you get me the file done, I will print up 100 which could give us 4-600 by saturday to hand out.
2. We need some more posters made up, a few for the rally that also look good in Black and white, and for the next film night which is November 3rd and we will be screening “take back your power” which is a film about the dangers of smart meters. something creative like an all seeing eye or something….short slogans about smart meter surveillance….if we get these done, we can use the kitty to print them up.
I am not very skilled in poster making, I apologize for that, but we need to be able to get things done without having to have meetings all the time…I am hoping someone will read this and just take the iniative to make them and forward them to me…if we get a few awesome posters, we can print them all…
main priority is the handbills for the March against Monsanto to promote the good work we all do here…please if I can have them the sooner the better, I know we have amazingly talented people out there…if you want any info on what to put on the posters or handbills message me
Heather Keenan’s new work at Martin Bachelor Gallery is impressionistic at first sight but she also seems to be searching for the essence of things.
In her statement she talks about ‘erasing and building until a storyline emerges’ as if allowing a subconscious almost metaphysical process to take over.
There is clearly a debt to Turner here and French Symbolists like Redon and Moreau though Keenan is generally less specific in her subject matter, perhaps wanting to isolate the precise point where the impression becomes abstract much as Monet did in his later work.
In one group of paintings, which reminded me of Dore’s illustrations for Dante, figures migrate and gather across the canvas against ethereal backgrounds reflecting what Keenan calls her ‘sense of the universal collective.
Ultimately mysterious and unknowable.’
With these new paintings Keenan certainly seems to have struck a rich vein.
OZIAS LEDUC: LA LISEUSE
HIS SISTER READING
EGLISE DU MONT-ST-HILAIRE, QUEBEC
Interior decor by Ozias Leduc
SAINT JEAN BAPTISANT JESUS: OZIAS LEDUC
Eglise du Mont-St-Hilaire
THE ENSHROUDING OF CHRIST: OZIAS LEDUC, 1891:
Musee des Beaux Arts de Montreal
NOTRE DAME DE LA PRESENTATION, SHAWINIGAN, QUEBEC
Ozias Leduc decorated the interior of this National Historic church
OZIAS LEDUC: Pour un ultime chef- d’oeuvre: par Levis Martin
POMMES VERTES: OZIAS LEDUC