REEL PRIDE IS PROUD TO PRESENT
THE REEL PRIDE FILM FESTIVAL
ONLINE ART SHOW
In the spirit of a Festival with a large variety of diverse film work, the lure of an art show complementing our queer inspired filmmakers provides Reel Pride with the opportunity to display more of our community’s best creations.
This year’s theme is ISOLATION/CONNECTION. Every one of us has been touched by some and likely several forms of isolation in 2020. Many of us have experienced isolation growing up, coming out, not coming out, being alone, being surrounded or witnessing loneliness. We also may identify with connection with ourselves, with ideas and with others.
This year's artists are:
ARTIST MARIA LUTZ
EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org
Bio: "Getting outside, into nature and doing photography helps me get through stressful times. Connecting with nature helps me feel grounded and calm, whether it be in my own garden, in the forest, or on the water."
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ARTIST NICHOLAS BURNS
Bio: Nicholas Burns is a freelance writer, artist, and editor. He has written for a variety of media including --newspapers, radio, comic books, and film. He has written comics for mainstream publishers such as DC Comics, drawn for independent comics publishers such as Alternate History, and created educational comics for international corporations as well as Federal, Provincial, and Territorial agencies. He has storyboarded over sixty feature films and TV movies for Amazon Prime, Amblin Entertainment, Fox, Lifetime, Miramax, United Artists, Universal and more. His award-winning landscape paintings are in Federal, Provincial, and private collections. He is represented by Warehouse Artworks.
ARTIST: DOUG HOLROYD
BIO: I'm trying to learn a variety of water colour techniques. I love to do paintings of people as portraits or as part of their home landscape.
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ARTIST GRAEME BROWN
Bio: Graeme Brown is an artist who enjoys working in pen and ink, especially with trees as subject matter. He also has worked with textiles and digital artwork. Running an editing and publishing business, he enjoys art as a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle, and finds it brings real balance and deeper expression to his life.
piece reflects the interplay of nature and human construction, exploring what it means to exist in solitude within the spaces where natural and material world meet.
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ARTIST: TIM HAUGHIAN
Bio: My training and experience are mainly in the areas of art, wildlife biology and education. I hope these aspects of my history show in my art. I admit to finding it difficult to work during this particular isolation, even though I find solitude to be a big piece of my artistic approach... I suppose it has something to do with choice.
But, I do find it a good time to revisit projects, to alter them in order to tell a story better or in another way, or simply to finish a project that had been shelved earlier by adding a finish or securing It to a base.
A chance to catch-up. No one can say we don’t have the time....
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