Authors Articles by Michael Fazackerley

Articles by Michael Fazackerley

Michael Fazackerley
37 Articles
Michael Fazackerley is a regular contributor to kawarthaNOW with the monthly "Art in the Street" column. He is an enthusiastic promoter of Peterborough & the Kawarthas vibrant arts community and a big fan and supporter of all the music, culture, and quality of life that Peterborough and the area has to offer. You can follow Michael on Twitter @1calledmichael.
In the tight overlay of figures here, one can wonder about what Joe Stable references in "Nature can be cruel."

Art in the Street – October 2015

Featuring Joe Stable, Sarah Jane Gorlitz, Bill Batten, Meredith Bingham, and Janet Read.
Local songwriter and musician Dennis O'Toole participating in "Going Down to Jackson", a project by Esther Vincent featuring photos of people from all over Peterborough wearing rubber boots and standing in Jackson Creek. The photos will be presented as an outdoor slideshow projection in downtown Peterborough during Artsweek from September 18 to 27. (Photo: Esther Vincent,

Artsweek 2015 gets set to illuminate The Electric City

Peterborough's annual celebration of the arts takes place from September 18 to 27.
Artist Victoria Wallace at work in her studio where realism and her fascination with surrealism and the circus often collide. Wallace is one of the artists you can see in the Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour during the first weekend of fall.

Art in the Street – September 2015

Featuring Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour, Apsley Autumn Studio Tour, Bancroft & Area Autumn Studio Tour, Highlands East Plein Air Arts Festival & Artsweek.
This detail is a perfect example of Peer Christensen's classical technique for building transparent layers to create a gorgeous effect of natural light

Art in the Street – August 2015

Featuring Christensen Fine Art, Walter Mariga at ZimArt, Bridge Street Art Gallery, and Gwyneth Fischer at Gallery in the Attic.
At the height of her impressionism, Janette O'Neil paints beautifully using bold blocks of colour in well-integrated fields like these blues, reds, and greens. Her work is on display in the Art & Healing Gallery and Peterborough Regional Health Centre until July 15.

Art in the Street – July 2015

Featuring Janette O'Neil, Henry Melissa Gordon, Sarah Crane, Elizabeth Lees Dell, Gary Blundell, Michael Bainbridge, Christy Haldane, and Anne Cavanagh.
Rob Niezen is one of the featured artists at The Bike Art Show at The Gallery in the Attic from June 1st to 27th. The evocative nature of Niezen's gleaming oil paintings of rain-drenched urban night scenes have an enduring appeal for good reason (photo courtesy of Gallery in the Attic)

Art in the Street – June 2015

Featuring Bike Art Show, Tyler Lambert, Lucky Jackson, Tara Azzopardi, Rebecca Last, Lloyd Wilson, Art from the Kawarthas, and Ben Hodson.
"Still Ice", an exhibition of archived photographs by Peterborough artist and author Wendy Trusler from when she worked as a cook at a Russian research station in Antarctica in 1996, is on display at Evans Contemporary in Peterborough until May 14

Art in the Street – May 2015

Featuring Wendy Trusler, Roula Partheniou, The Chair Affair, Artspace 50/50, Rocky Lawrence Green, Anita Murphy, David McIntosh
Jesse Morrison models an outfit designed by Tori Silvera in partnership with Pammett's Flowers at last year's Runway Challengers photo shoot at The Mount Community Centre. Pammett's Flowers is back at this year's event, teamed up with designer Cheryl Ellis, whose outfit will be modeled by performer James Whetung. (Photo courtesy of Public Energy)

5th Annual Wearable Art Show and Runway Challenge

Public Energy's faux-fashion fundraiser takes place April 25 at Peterborough's Market Hall.
Photographs by Georgie Horton-Baptiste and George Campana are on display at two locations this month during the SPARK Photo Festival, like this tipi with flag poles at Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota (photo: George Campana)

Reflecting on First Nations teachings and ceremonies through photography

Exhibits by Georgie Horton-Baptiste and George Campana at SPARK Photo Festival.
Georgie Horton-Baptiste's work is being presented as part of the SPARK Photo Festival during the month of April, including this photo looking towards Bigfoot Pass at Badlands National Park in South Dakota (photo: Georgie Horton-Baptiste)

Art in the Street – April 2015

Featuring exhibits at the SPARK Photo Festival and the Art School of Peterborough Art Auction.

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