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The Circle of Art: Portraits of Famous Canadians Opens June 12 2013 at Arta Gallery Toronto

From a media release:

June 12-July 1, 2013 at Arta Gallery
PORTRAIT SOCIETY OF CANADA EXHIBITS
THE CIRCLE OF ART: PORTRAITS OF FAMOUS CANADIANS

TORONTO -
Portraits of famous Canadians in a variety of styles and media will be featured when the Portrait Society of Canada presents The Circle of Art: Portraits of Famous Canadians.  The fine art exhibiton of contemporary portraits will be on display June 12-July 1, 2013 at the Arta Gallery, 14 Distillery Lane in Toronto’s Distillery Historic District.

An opening reception takes place Thursday, June 13, 6-8 p.m.  The exhibition concludes with a Canada Day celebration on Monday, July 1, 4-6 p.m.  Both are open to the public at no charge.

• Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
• Most of the portraits are available for sale.  
• More information at www.portraitsociety.ca, or at the Arta Gallery, 416-364-2782, or www.artagallery.ca.


The Portrait Socitey of Canada’s 12th anniversary exhibition features works by professional portraitists from across Canada.  There will be 30 fine art portraits created  for the exhibition, including some of Canada’s finest portrait artists – Jean Miller Harding, Ava Murray Peters, Daniel Colby, Judith Elsasser, Martha Southwell, Sybiline, Ilona Biernot, Deborah Pearce, Martha Franco, Steven Rosati, and Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan.

Among the portrait subjects are Dorothy Wetherald Rungeling, Canada’s first woman pilot (by Martha Southwell), Quebec storyteller and musician Fred Pellerin (by Sybiline), dance star Chan Hon Goh and writer Elaine Chin  (by Jean Miller Harding), filmmaker Christopher Chapman (by Daniel Colby), violinist Paul McNaughton and choreographer David Earle (by Judith Elsasser), visual artist Tom Philips and singer Paris Black (by Ava Murray Peters), composer Alexina Louie (by Ilona Biernot); pianist Brahm Goldhamer, soprano Galina Lukomsky and Toronto Arts Council Director and CEO Claire Hopkinson (Veronica Kvassetskaia-Tsyglan).  Artists and most of the celebrities will be in attendance for both the opening reception and Canada Day celebration.

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