Headwaters Arts presents, “View Dignity”, a solo exhibition by Ann Randeraad, Woodfire Clay Artist. “In our current social, political and personal environments, we are becoming ever increasingly aware of the dignity of all people and mindfulness of individuals, organizations & communities”, says Ann. Her recent collection of the latest functional and decorative works is her response to this important issue. Now on exhibit in the Headwaters Arts Gallery, Ann suggests that,“Dignity holds proud, often against the odds, providing inspiration for these functional art and decorative pieces.” Ann’s pieces have a wealth of complimentary and contrasting textures, muted messages and layered surfaces, that speak to her interpretation of dignity in the exploration of forms, contours and surface treatments. There are over 100 works in the show including: wall plates, bowls, pillows, decorative tiles, sculptural pieces, plates, flower bricks, envelope vases, burners, tumblers, mugs, trays, etc., all beautifully presented on plinths, shelves & sills.
Peruse the gallery through the virtual 3D tour on-line soon.
Plan a visit to the Headwaters Gallery at the Alton Mill Arts Centre in Alton. The Headwaters Arts Gallery is open Wednesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m, Alton Mill Arts Centre, 1402 Queen Street West, Alton, Ontario. Be sure to follow us on IG @headwatersarts and Facebook.
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Headwaters Arts exists to bring together artists and supporters to promote the development, appreciation, and enjoyment of all arts in the Hills of Headwaters Region (Caledon, Dufferin County, Orangeville & Erin)
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather, and on which the Region of Peel operates, is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit. For thousands of years, Indigenous peoples inhabited and cared for this land. In particular we acknowledge the territory of the Ani-shinabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Ojibway/Chippewa peoples; the land that is home to the Metis; and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation who are direct descendants of the Mississaugas of the Credit.
We are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land, and by doing so, give our respect to its first inhabitants.