Winter 2021 Art Show: The Artful Dodgersaeolianhall.ca/education-community/art-shows/
The Artful Dodgers
Installation by the Artful Dodgers collective featuring the works of Lynne Pinchin, Chip Oud and Judy Stirling in their third showing at Aeolian Hall.
All pieces are available for immediate purchase and pick-up at Aeolian Hall at 795 Dundas Street, London, Ontario.
To purchase, email us (no calls, please) at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please indicate which pieces (by title and artist) you wish to purchase.
A representative will contact you as soon as possible to arrange payment (Credit Card or eTransfer in advance of the pick-up appointment) and schedule curbside pick-up at Aeolian Hall.
With thanks to the artists, the Aeolian Hall receives 30% of the sale of each work with proceeds going toward our programs like El Sistema Aeolian and the Pride Men’s Chorus London.
Lynne enjoys painting Landscapes, Beaches and Water scenes, using primarily Acrylic Medium. Much of her inspiration comes from the travels and sports activities of her family. Being primarily a fitness enthusiast, Lynne finds art and painting to be an enjoyable and peaceful creative diversion from her everyday life. She has a unique and recognizable technique seen in the paintings of her skies and clouds. Hopefully you will enjoy her paintings as much as she enjoys creating them.
Born and raised in southwestern Ontario, Chip has always had a love of what surrounds her: farmland simplicity, Mother Nature and all her magic. Through her oil paintings, Chip hopes the energy she feels has a ripple effect to you, the viewer. Art should shift you. Live with beauty. Love what you live with.
Judy began painting about 12 years ago. Her passion for art developed out of a desire for increased mindfulness. Painting expresses her desire to see the beauty of the world around us and look at familiar objects as if for the very first time. Her work has been accepted into a number of art shows throughout Ontario. She lives in London with her husband. In addition to painting, she also enjoys music, bridge, gardening, golfing, and her faithful spaniel, Toby. Judy works in oils and acrylics and describes her style as eclectic. She has been a student of London artists Cheryl O, Kim Harrison, and Margaret Rossiter, as well as Huntsville artist, Terry Gill and Montreal artist, Ljubomir Ivankovic.