May1 – June 5 2010

Opening Reception May 2, 1-4pm

Works by Holly McClellan, Nicholas Tinkl, Tricia Dunk Tinkl.  Stylisticallydifferent, everyone’s work is influenced by prominent topics in the media, consumerism and advertising.  The artists study and respond photographically, using accessible source material.   Commercial and fine art approaches are used, often merging analog and digital technologies.  Through the unique rural Gallery setting, the exhibition dialogue extends and offers an exchange between photography and other art forms such as fibre art and sculpture.

Gallery Hours during Percolate:

Monday – Thursday   By Appointment

Friday  12 noon – 8 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 4pm.

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Judith Tinkl at The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington


The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington

April 25 to May 23 2010

Opening Reception April 25, 2pm

Installations of textile and quilt works including an installation for the third floor loft space. Judith Tinkl is a fibre artist, with a wide exhibition history in Canada and internationally. She is an active member of the Textile Museum in Toronto and has been teaching at OCAD for many years. Her work is inspired by nature, geometry, colour and traditional textiles.

Curator: Maralynn Cherry