Our reception for 2014 Juried Exhibition, The Four Seasons, was the most successful ever, with 325 guests, wonderful artwork to view and artists to meet, and copious quantities of food for all.
The exhibition ran from March 26 to April 6, 2014 at the Todmorden Mills Papermill Gallery in Toronto, ON.
Our gallery of photos includes all the award-winning artwork, artists being presented with their awards, and gallery shots that depict the beautiful Papermill Gallery. Enjoy!
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Lilyane Coulombe's Highbush Cranberry won Best in Show and the Jean Johnson Award
The exquisite painting on the right by Lilyane Coulombe
Lilyane Coloumbe with juror Pamela Stagg.
Red and Yellow Twig Dogwood and Kerria, by Myra Sourkes
Louise Chenier's Water Lily won The Celia Godkin Award for Best Drawing.
On the far right, Janet Shearn's Leaf Study, Arrowhead, garnered her one of two honourable mentions.
Janet's other honourable mention was Dried Leaf 1 (top).
Pamela Stagg with Janet Shearn.
Maeve Hughes won two honourable mentions, one for this Trout Lily.
Maeve's second honourable mention was for her Fiddleheads.
Pamela Stagg with Maeve Hughes.
Elaine Funnell won two honourable mentions; this is her Trembling Aspen #4.
Elaine's second honourable mention was awarded for her Balsam Poplar #5.
Louise Hill received an honourable mention for her Hyacinth.
Louise also received an honourable mention for Black Krim and Sun Gold Tomatoes.
Pamela Stagg with Louise Hill.
Sandy Terry won an honourable mention for her Fawn Lily.
A gallery wall. The staff at Todmorden did a fine job in hanging the show.
James Eckenwalder, our botanist juror
Jean Johnson (left) and Lyndel Hill (right), volunteers at the reception.
A young guest marking her People's Choice ballot.
Geri Sadoway with her Day Lilies.
The turnout for the reception was our highest ever: 325 visitors in all.
Susan Filshie, Audrey Taylor and Isabel Taylor, three of the volunteers