December 2018: Critique and Annual Luncheon

Victoria LeBlanc is an artist painter and writer. She holds a BA and MA from Concordia University in creative writing, and art studies from Banff Centre School of Fine Arts and from the Toronto School of Art and London School of Art. Her Post-graduate studies in visual literacy were obtained from McGill University. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions across Canada and her work can be found in corporate and private collections in Canada and the United States. She is the curator of The Gallery at Victoria Hall in Westmount and former director of the Visual Arts Centre / McClure Gallery where she developed the Center’s Community Outreach and Independent Studies Programs and now teaches and mentors students at the V.A.C.
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November 2018

Members attended an exhibition by Taiwanese/Canadian artists, Ed Pien at Gallery La Poste. Inspired by the cultures of Japan and Taiwan, Pien invents fantastical creatures which recall ghosts and demons of the East.


September 2018

Visit to the Consulate General of Mexico in Montreal


Member, Helene Mayer at the open studio visits at the NDG Art Hop, September 15-23


July 2018

Members Ruth Dunsky and Deanne Hall-Habeeb attended aa Acrylic painting workshop in Brockville, Ontario.


June 2018

Visit to the Studio of Peggy Ann Turner


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Lunch at La Pendulerie

Our visit to Papier St. Armand


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May 2018

The VIP evening at the Museum of Fine Arts Montreal for the Africa to Picasso Exhibition opening was attended by WAS members, Margo, Kathy, Josette, Deanne, Pauline, Halina and Ruth. Before viewing the exhibit, there was lively entertainment provided by African musicians.


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March 2018

Margo Godin, and Rochelle Mayer and their beautiful monotypes at l’Atelier Circulaire vernisage on March 28. The show continues until April 6, 2018.

Members Blue Joyce and Helene Mayer both had three paintings in the “For the Birds” exhibition at Galerie Meteque