Something for Everyone at Arbor Gallery in April
Spring is in the air and things are moving at Arbor Gallery, with the presentation of an exhibition, a storytelling evening, a concert and a giant art sale.
Saturday April 23 – Conversation with Tom Cooper, author
On April 23, Arbor Gallery welcomes author and storyteller Tom Cooper. A resident of Vankleek Hill from 1981 to 2004, he worked for several years as a commercial pilot and many other roles, including voiceover narrator, business program teacher, photography and digital camera technology.
Now retired and back to writing, Cooper has released three short story compilations – offering his readers a glimpse into the frenetic comedic side of everyday senior life from his light-hearted and sometimes irreverent perspective.
A gifted and witty storyteller, Tom is sure to provide an entertaining and fun evening for all Arbor Gallery guests.
“These books describe funny moments and anecdotes from an elderly man’s point of view,” Cooper explains mischievously. “Women will laugh, men will laugh more”.
Conversation with Tom Cooper will take place on Saturday, April 23 at 7 p.m., in the main hall of the gallery. His books will be available on site that evening. They are also available for sale locally at The Review and Vankleek Cottage.
Sunday April 10 – Opening of the show by local artist and designer Jessica Sarrazin
Accomplished interdisciplinary artist and former director of the Arbor Gallery, Jessica Sarrazin presents her altered photographs in her exhibition Modified states. A unique photographic treatment that adds depth and an ethereal quality to each piece.
Modified States until Sunday April 24. Opening on Sunday April 10. In the main hall of the Arbor Gallery.
Friday April 22 – Sussex in concert
Presented by Saken Music, reservations and tickets at www.saken.ca/tickets – limited seating. The concert has been postponed from March 29. Tickets for the March 29 concert are automatically valid for April 22.
Guests who cannot attend will be fully refunded upon request. There are still a few tickets left.
From April 28 to May 1 – The sale of works of art from the back room of the Gallery
For four days only, from Thursday April 28th to Sunday May 1st, Arbor Gallery is organizing an art sale to benefit the artist.
“We are reorganizing our space, explains Sylvie Bouchard, who manages the gallery, and we have collected many art objects that have been donated over the years. So we decided to reduce prices to give everyone the chance to own works by local artists.
Posters, paintings, prints and more will be available.
The Arbor Gallery Cultural Center is located in the heart of Vankleek Hill, 36 Home Avenue and can be reached at [email protected] More info on the Arbor Gallery Facebook page and to subscribe to their newsletter on arborgallery.org.