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Down To Earth Art Gallery is honoured to be hosting our solo exhibit by local artist; Kate Georgallas
Landscapes of Colour and Place
Down To Earth Art Gallery has been proudly exhibiting works by local artist, Kate Georgallas for 25 years and is honoured to be hosting a solo show with over 50 paintings of Kate’s most recent collection of original creations.
Kate has been working as a local artist in the Antigonish region for the past 30 years. She has had participated in many group and solo shows across the Maritimes including at Down To Earth Art Gallery in 2013 and STFX Gallery in 2016. Kate states that she is delighted to show her most recent work at Down To Earth Art Gallery. Kate is an Art instructor at STFX University teaching drawing, and Botanical illustration.
- Thursday, October 19 to Wednesday October 25
- Thursday 9 to 9, opening reception with the artist 7:00-9:00
- Friday and Saturday 9 to 5, with the artist 3:00 to 5:00
- Sunday noon to 5:00 with the artist 3:00 to 5:00
This is a collection of work exploring the dynamics of shifting colour in the local landscape. I build up layers of colour and tone, to express a sense of place in the Nova Scotia Landscape. The work is also layered in that I revisit many scenes finding nuances of depth in the water, land, and sky. This body of work is unique amongst my recent work in that I focus on the movement of elements that the repetition in the landscape inspires while creating a sense of peace and stillness.
Kate Georgallas has been an active artist since returning to Nova Scotia in 1986. Her work has been shown in galleries across Nova Scotia (both as Kate Brown and Kate Brown Georgallas).
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About Kate Georgallas
An extensive display of Kate’s work; both etchings and originals are continually shown at Down To Earth Art & Fine Framing. You can view some of Kate Georgallas’s pieces on our website. www.downtoearth.ca In theatre, Kate has designed and painted the sets for the production of Brigadoon (March,2001) and West Side Story (March,2002) at Theatre Antigonish. She also painted the backdrop for the award-winning set of For the Pleasure if Seeing Her, produced by Festival Antigonish, summer 2001.