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Outside Voices from Sheena Currie

“Outside Voices”
at The Grange
Solo art show featuring acrylic paintings by Sheena Currie

Heritage Mississauga presents an exciting new Art Exhibit at The Grange
November 28, 2017 to February 2, 2018

Opening Reception on Tuesday, November 28, 2017
6:30pm-8:00pm at The Grange
1921 Dundas Street West, Mississauga

Nature speaks in bright colours and in even louder voices. Herons, hummingbirds, water views and moonscapes are the subjects of her artistic inquiry.

“Outside Voices” is a new series of acrylic paintings which were inspired by local wildlife and natural views. The outside world was captured by digital camera reimagined and painted in traditional techniques on canvas. Local colour portrayed by local artist.

Sheena Currie is an artist and student of nature. She was born in Guelph, raised in Waterloo and she has a B.A. Honours Fine Arts Degree from the University of Waterloo. She has taken many courses in Art and Art History in Toronto, Montreal, Oakville, and France.

Sheena is interested in people, photography, and education through art. Sheena Currie has been an Arts Educator since 1991 and a student of light, colour and nature her whole life. She currently teaches Visual Arts and Drama at Erindale Secondary School and paints at home in Burlington or at the cottage on Georgian Bay.

Outside Voices Press Release

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