Friday, February 11, 2011

winter disaster ... and now we are gone ...

well --- its been quite the winter --- flat space has now relocated to across the street
16 main st north
i am not quite ready to open the doors yet -- hopefully --- spring
working on a new series of work -- working title ... it could be worse...
explanations later --- stay tuned ---

Monday, May 10, 2010

flat space

flat space studio gallery
35 main st n campbellville ontario
invites you to a new exhibition of work
positive ground
opening saturday may 22 from 4-8 pm

gallery hours are not carved in stone
tues weds thurs 11-4
most fridays 11-5
saturdays 10-6 and sunday 11-4
questions about hours just email me

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

michele lucas and flat space

michele lucas currently lives and works in small but beautiful campbellville ontario
her working space - studio gallery is called flat space
and can be found at 35 main st north in campbellville

directions from the east :
take the 401 and exit at guelph line/burlington/campbellville
(guelph line is main st in campbellville)
turn left going south in the village of campbellville flat space
is opposite scotiabank on main st
directions from the west:
take the 401 exit to campbellville and turn right going south

directions from the south:
from burlington/oakville take guelph line north
when you reach campbellville guelph line becomes main st
flat space will be on your left just past the lights

Monday, September 7, 2009

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

short bio

so you want to know a bit about me eh?
well ... i consider myself a mixed media artist
i am not content to only limit myself to oil
sticks and crayons or graphite and charcoal
and im always looking or finding stuff that i
incorporate into my paintings...
i seem be attracted to: baroquish wallpaper
funky fabrics old typeface any kind of maps
diagrams i dont understand candy wrappers
old pieces of metal and complicated textures
i think my work is all about colour and form
the paintings reflect my environment
popular culture and an ongoing fascination
with lake ontario the variations of greys and
blues air and water i went to art
school in the okanagan beautiful british
columbia i seem to work in series ... my latest
ones being... positive ground... places i have not been ...
power lines/lines of power... and feeling better
writing about my work is not easy for me and
i really am not fond of doing stuff on a computer
i am recently enjoying experimenting with
encaustic embedding and embossing
i enjoy making messes and will continue
to paint as long as i can hold a brush and
people tell me my work makes them happy
making work that is ambiguous
serious and simultaneously happy
are my ultimate painting goals

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

great lake ontario

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to tell a tale

touch & go

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