Black Water Art 2012

Welcome to Black Water Art 2012!

This is the first year we have conducted this exhibition and have had a wonderful level of support for the activity. The 44 artworks in this exhibition come from local and national sources. Some of these include: West Kelowna British Columbia, Red Deer Alberta, Montreal Quebec, Toronto Ontario, Attawapiskat Ontario as well as several semi-local submissions from North Bay, West Nipissing, Callander, Huntsville and South River.

The White Water Gallery is very happy to see so many people interested in engaging with us. We look forward to seeing Black Water Art grow with each year and hopefully some great artwork gets purchased.

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List of participants:

Ian Alter: Black Hole
Anonymous: PREACH
Kyle Bensley: Summer in Lights
Paul Boultbee: Matrix (Waterfall)
Cheryl Brisson: Sailor’s Delight
Alex Maeve Campbell: Rebels of the Sacred Heart
Keith Campbell: Winter of Discontent
Frank Caracciolo: Black & White Series #1-15
Jackie Carter: number 61
Rick Wade Cunnington: Icon (diptych)
Tom Daly: Soul Bean
Claire Domitric: Long Beach
Dennis Geden: Woman in Chair
Judy Graham: Cell Life
Sarah Hawley: Incandescent Charm
Mandy Higgs: Colorful Whisper
Allan Hirsh: Victor Safety Projector
Arlie Hoffman: Art Icon
Sharon Hunter: Attawapiskat River
Ruth Jamieson: Alien Queen
Susan Jephcott: The Kitchen Chair
Chris Johnston: Red Moon Memory
Nazanin Khani: untitled
Lauraine Laframboise: Blue
Lesley Lane: Five Little Monkeys
Jaymie Lathem: Migrate Home
Joyce Lau: Volcano 1
Mary-Rose Little: Broken Wings
Carissa MacIntosh: Blue Trees
Amanda McKinney: Silhouette Series – Image #28 (1/30)
Jurgen Mohr: Por qué tu estás triste
Kritsana Naowakhun: Hand
Olga Oreshyna: La Pluie
Norma Sanders: Disrespecting Borders
Ann Simser: The Woman
Ken Stange: Adam naked in the long grass of god’s garden
Jordan Starr: Austin Busker
Sean Stewart: Evacuated Space no.333-338
Leah Symington: Tip Toe Apus
Catherine Timm: Rock Face at Barron Canyon
Mary Walker: Almost Free
Clayton Windatt: Artwork Made by Robots / Made by Children
Ember Windatt: What Death Looks Like
Tammy Zebruck: Sunny Day at the Beach

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