Authors Articles by Shannon Taylor

Articles by Shannon Taylor

Shannon Taylor
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With her finger on the pulse of the Peterborough arts scene, Shannon Taylor is committed to keeping you up to date on all the latest news and trends. Shannon's interests range from audio visual installation to drawing and painting in her signature whimsical style. You may run into Shannon in the great outdoors, sketchbook in hand, or at a local art opening. Follow her on Twitter @shannonmichelet and on Instagram at @shannonmicheletaylor.
A photograph by Anna McShane, part of the SPARK Photo Festival. Anna's photos will be on display alongside the work of Tara Molson at the Celtic Connection (25 Queen St., Lakefield) and a reception will be held on Thursday, April 6th from 1 to 3 p.m. (Photo courtesy of SPARK Photo Festival)

artNOW – April 2017

Featuring photography, painting, talks, fundraisers, a youth LGBTQ leadership camp, and more.
A detail from one of the works at Olivia Whetung's show "tibewh", opening March 3 at Artspace (photo courtesy of Artspace)

artNOW – March 2017

Featuring Artspace, Bancroft Art Gallery, Acme Art and Sailboat Co., Artists and Artisans Portrait Project, Kawartha Artists' Gallery and Studio, Arts and Heritage Centre, City of Peterborough Monument Project.
"Blue Ice", a large-scale photograph by Arnold Zageris from his latest series "Antarctica" (photo courtesy of Christensen Fine Art)

artNOW – February 2017

Featuring art about Antarctica, beautiful contemporary printmaking, a cool Zine Fest, a call for submissions by Public Energy, artsVest, and more.
Lyn Carter's "Field" (2015, digitally printed synthetic poplin and wood). The artist will be showing at the Art Gallery of Peterborough with an opening on January 21st. (Photo courtesy of The Textile Museum of Canada)

artNOW – January 2017

Welcoming 2017 with textiles, printmaking, video installation, and more.
"Lightshower" by photographer Roz Hernant is currently on display at Hexagon Studios in Peterborough as part of the "Winter" exhibition (photo courtesy of Lemotif Collective)

artNOW – December 2016

Getting together in the spirit of the Christmas season: group shows, artisan markets, and community-based art collectives.
The new gallery space at Evans Contemporary is located in the Bankers Common, the courtyard of the Commerce Building on Water Street in downtown Peterborough (photo courtesy of Evans Contemporary)

artNOW – November 2016

Featuring Brian Rideout at Evans Contemporary's new gallery space, The Monocle, John Boyle and Joe Stable, Rebecca Padgett and Christy Haldane, JoEllen Brydon, spoon carving, fused glass, and more.
Beats and Braids takes place from October 13 to 15 at various venues in Peterborough (image: O'Kaadenigan Wiingashk Collective)

Celebrate the “falling leaves moon” at Beats and Braids

Indigenous arts festival in Peterborough features three days of music, performance, and workshops.
October is the month for painting in the Kawarthas. This colourful piece is by painter Maya Eventov, who will be showing work at Gallery on the Lake's upcoming Thanksgiving show and sale. (Photo: Gallery on the Lake)

artNOW – October 2016

Featuring Alex Bierk, San Murata, Andrew Cheddie Sookrah, Victoria Wallace, Outdoor Painting Festival, Gabe Robinson, and more.
Detail of the striking image Alex Bierk is using for his upcoming public mural piece in downtown Peterborough (photo: Alex Bierk)

artNOW – September 2016

Featuring Alex Beirk, installation and performance art at the Art Gallery of Peterborough and Artspace, Downtown Gallery Crawl, Artsweek, and more.
"Proud Woman", a green marble sculpture by Walter Mariga, in Zimart's sculpture garden (photo: Shannon Taylor)

artNOW – August 2016

The third dimension: this August, the emphasis is on sculpture.


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