I am honoured to have my art featured on Northern Cardin-Ale City Bird Beer and proud that the proceeds from its sales will fund bird conservation activities in London. As a coloured pencil artist, my focus for many years has been local birds. This is a real “feather in my cap.” Also happy to confirm that the beer itself is delicious.
I am participating the the 2021 London Artists’ Studio Tour October 1st, 2nd and 3rd.This self-guided Tour offers the public an extraordinary opportunity to meet local artists in their working environments and learn more about their creative processes.
Friday, October 1st is opening night. Between the hours of 7 and 9:30 p.m., tour-goers have first choice of the artists’ works. The Tour continues Saturday, October 2nd from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October 3rd from noon to 5 p.m.
COVID-19 protocols are in place, including a requirement for face masks, social distancing and screening questions on arrival. Artists reserve the right to implement additional safety measures as needed. Visitors should be prepared to present proof of their vaccine status.
The London Artists’ Studio Tour is organized by a small group of professional artists – myself, Sarah Cowling, Carol Finkbeiner Thomas, and Corinne Garlick.
I am pleased to be the featured artist on bags of Fire Roasted Coffee’s Artisan 3-pack series. This is a line of limited-run micro-lot coffees: Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Costa Rica Honey Process, and Papua New Guinea. A portion of the sales from this series goes to the artist and towards the revitalization of Somerville Place located at 630 Dundas St. Located in the heart of Old East Village, Somerville 630 is where great food, coffee, art, and culture come together. Coffee can be purchased online for pick up or delivery.
For more about me, visit: https://bethstewart.ca/
I am currently showing at Somerville 630 a new arts venue at 630 Dundas Street East. The show is up until October 17. Check it out and enjoy the amenities while you are there. The have a great selection of coffee and a variety of food.
This year’s London Artists’ Studio Tour is October 24 and 25. This two-day tour replaces the previously scheduled 2020 tour that was to have happened in April but didn’t because of Covid-19 precautions. The two-day October tour will feature some open studios as well as a group show for those artists unable to safely open their studios (location TBA). I will be participating in the group show. For up-to-date details, please visit the London Artists’ Studio Website, after September 15, at https://londonstudiotour.ca/
The dates are set for the 2019 London Artists’ Studio Tour! Block off Friday, April 26 (7 to 9:30 p.m.), Saturday, April 27 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), and Sunday, April 28 (noon to 5 p.m.) for this much loved annual event. In addition to the 2019 tour, there are a couple of exciting pop-up shows in the works: one at the Satellite Gallery March 11-17 (during JUNOfest!!!) and one in the new space at Museum London in late January or early February. For more info, visit the Studio Tour Website: https://londonstudiotour.ca/
Looking forward to the Studio Tour! Friday, April 20 is opening night – always a fun time. Saturday offers an after-hours party at London Brewer’s Co-Op (521 Burbrook Place) starting at 6 pm. All are welcome to this family friendly event. Entertainment by Pacanomad – https://www.facebook.com/Pacanomad/ – yep, that’s Zack Stewart on drums.
I am the featured artist at Museum London’s Muse Shop + Rental from November 7, 2017 to the beginning of January 2018. Drop by and check out my work.
You can view, rent or purchase a selection of my works at Museum London’s consignment gallery. The following pieces are currently at Muse: Bicycle Thief; Gray Jay; Mother to Be in the Maple Tree (a personal favourite); Outside the Dakota, NYC; Royal Caspian Terns; and Ruby Throat.