Trinity Design Photography was proud to be asked to be the event photographer at the Station Gallery in Whitby’s annual Drawing for Art 2019 fundraiser. This month, Station Gallery is celebrating its 26th annual Drawing for Art event, which is it’s signature fundraiser.
“The concept is simple. Early in the year, we put out a call to artists for donations—large, small, framed, unframed, any style or medium. Each year we are thrilled, and even humbled, by how generously the artist community responds. Prominent names in Canadian contemporary art have contributed this year, such as Darlene Cole, Akira Yoshikawa and Natalka Husar. We should note that these are artists whose works typically sell for multiple thousands of dollars through their commercial dealers, and you will have the chance to take home one of their works for only the price of your ticket! We are equally amazed by the contributions of emerging artists, too, and are proud to be a small part of their works becoming more widely recognized. Rising talents who have donated to this year’s event include Barbara Barrett, Wade Belbin and Alyssa Corbett.” – SG Website
“The energy at the gallery on the night of Drawing for Art is simply electric. The air is alive with the thrill of our guests anticipating their number being called. Adding an interesting element to the night is the way in which different artistic tastes flavour the overall atmosphere. After all, one painting might move someone profoundly, whereas another may appeal intensely to someone else. To see the ways in which these different tastes intermingle on one special night is truly remarkable.” – SG Website
To join the Station Gallery as a member visit their website: https://www.stationgallery.ca/
Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | www.trinitydesign.ca