Jane Cass at Luna Sole - Call for Submissions: EROS 2016 - Communiqué

1. Jane Cass at Luna Sole

Originally a Nova Scotia native, Jane now calls Ottawa home. A self-taught, award winning,
nature and landscape photographer, she enjoys and embraces the diversely rich vistas primarily of eastern Ontario.

Using what could be called Digital Impressionism, through the use of light, patterns and texture she evokes an emotional connection between the viewer and her work. Whether it’s capturing the aura of serenity of a centuries old farm, local wildlife, the cloaked secrets of a morning mist, or the history laden stones of bridges and abandoned houses, Jane has often wandered down roads less traveled.

Jane has pursued her photography full time since 2012. She now spends at least three days a week traveling the dirt roads and back country of rural Ontario connecting with nature, capturing the scenery and vanishing landscapes – doing what she loves.

Luna Sole is in the mall at Jeanne d’Arc and Youville Drive

2. Call for Submissions: EROS 2016 - an exhibition of erotic art:
"First Love One True Love"

The Arbor Gallery's seventh annual EROS 2016 makes this show currently the longest running annual exhibition of erotic art in Canada. EROS 2016 will open February 10 to March 13, 2016, with a vernissage on Sunday afternoon, February 14, from 1 and 3 pm.

The theme of EROS 2016 is “First Love One True Love”. Artists are invited to submit artwork for consideration with preference given to those works interpreting the theme. Other works not related to the theme will also be considered.

Deadline for submissions is Monday, December 21, 2015.

Details of this call for submissions may be found at:

John Olsthoorn, Curator
Arbor Gallery - Centre for Contemporary Art
36 Home Ave., Box 869
Vankleek Hill, ON K0B 1R0

3. Communiqué

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