37th Annual Juried Exhibition of Fine Arts
Susan Dobson exhibits photographs in solo and group exhibitions across Canada, the United States, United Kingdom, Belgium, China, Germany, Spain, and Mexico. She exhibits in major photography festivals at home and abroad, and her art is in museums and corporate collections such as Centennial Gallery, the Art Gallery of Windsor, the Portland Museum, and the National Gallery of Canada.
Dobson is the recipient of two Gold National Magazine awards, and is Associate Professor, Photography Department Head, and MFA Program Coordinator at the University of Guelph.
For 35 years, Paul has worked for major advertising agencies and publishers across North America. His artwork has been exhibited in museums across Canada including The Museum of Civilization.
Since the release of his first book, The Orphan Boy (1990), he has achieved international recognition and his books are sold worldwide. His work has appeared in Newsweek, Maclean's and in the Society of Illustrators annuals. His bookwork has won more than 25 national and international awards including Canada's prestigious Governor General's Award.
The Paul Morin Gallery in Alton Mills has been the hub of his activities for ten years.
Renann Isaacs Contemporary Art Gallery is a beautiful space in the heart of downtown Guelph that has rapidly become a destination for individuals and groups who appreciate and collect fine art.
Renann specializes in a variety of media including paintings, works on paper, jewelry, metal sculpture and glass by some of Canada's finest nationally and internationally recognized artists.
Renann has worked in the field of Inuit Art for 12 years, published an art & gallery guide dedicated to different types of art, and worked as a fundraiser for several arts events and organizations.
Award Amount $700
LOIS SCOTT "EVERY 5 DAYS"
Painting and Mixed Media Award
BRIAN JOHNSTON "THE ANATOMY OF A PEAR"
People's Choice Award
KARIN SILVERSTONE "N43'3217.1458"
3 - Dimensional Arts Award
HEATHER WOOD "CLOUDSCAPES"
Ellen Langlands Memorial Award
Award Amount $500
ART LUCS "SHORELINE"
JOHN MCGILL "GROWING OLDER"
Works on Paper Award
RICHARD PILON "A COLLECTION OF SORTS"
Elora Arts Council Award
Award Amount $300
VALERIE ASHBOURNE "CAMELOT"
Fiber and Material Arts Award
MAGGIE VANDERWEIT "ISIS WHISPERS"
Eric Allen Montgomery