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  Madeleine Lamont has been painting up a storm in preparation for the Fair. Her oil paintings on canvas and mylar include her Bears, Beasts and Botanical Series, all being profiled at the fair in New York.

These Beauties are still in the studio for now. 

 but Pink Bear, (oil on mylar) 42"x42" is already in New York waiting to hung in booth 2.15.

Madeleine Lamont is a Toro...

The boxes are packed and shipped!  They arrived in New York City and are now waiting to be delivered to our booth 2.15 Pink Level at the Metropolitan Pavilion,124 West 19th Street.

The dates of the fair are September 14 - September 17.  

Hours

Thursday September 14, 11am-9pm

Friday      September 15, 11am-8pm

Saturday  September 16, 11am-8pm

Sunday    September 17, 11am-5pm...

Lamont  | Stewart Art Projects is heading to New York to participate in The Affordable Art Fair.  We will be in Booth 2.15 upstairs in the Pink Section.

Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, (between 6th & 7th Avenues) New York. We are very excited and will keep you posted as more information is available.

We will be showcasing  this time round works by Madeleine Lamont...

We are all pretty busy this summer here is a brief capsule of projects.

Doug Guildford will be part of the Bonavista Biennale 2017, Newfoundland, Canada

BORN NS   LIVES Mill Village, NS 

Guildford’s multidisciplinary practice speaks “the language of the sea”. It draws from the inter-tidal zone of Nova Scotia’s south shore where he harvests objects, inspiration an...

Madeleine and I had a wonderful trip to New York last week. Our intention was to visit friends, galleries, art fairs, and the Whitney Biennial.

Day 1

We stayed at the Marlton Hotel in Greenwich Village.  What a history www.marltonhotel.com

 Our room was on the fourth floor...elevator up and walking down!

Both of us admired all the little architectural and design details. These w...

Toronto's 'Other' Art Scene - Collective City 

In this project Richard Mongiat and David Sylvestre endeavor to trace the history of artist generated galleries and collectives that operated as alternative exhibition venues in Toronto from the late 1980’s to present day. And show, over the course of several short videos, how a movement that started as a group of renegade artist coll...

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