Trilogy, artwork by Island artists Alison Storey, Juanita Glenn and Hélène LaRouche, will be on view at The Guild, Charlottetown, May 29 to June 9 with opening reception May 29 from 7 to 9 pm.
Alison Storey was born in Workington, England and immigrated to Canada in 1971. She has lived in six Canadian cities and spent time in Salt Lake City, USA and Ilo, Peru. Now she resides in Stratford with her husband. She is an instructor for Seniors College, PEI, and a member of The Kensington Co-operative art Gallery. Her favourite mediums are printmaking, pastel, collage, mixed media and acrylics.
Coming from a French Canadian background, Hélène LaRouche was born in Halifax, NS and has spent the last 26 years on PEI. She works in silk painting with French dyes, acrylics, oils, enamel painting, collages, pottery, and other mediums. You can find her work at Dunes Gallery in Brackley Beach, Artisans in Main in Montague, Kensington Artist Coop Gallery, Avonlea Gallery in Cavendish, and at Vermillion and Confederation Gift Shop, Charlottetown.
Juanita Glenn was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, and lived in Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Miami and New Brunswick before settling in PEI with family. She has exhibited in shows at The Guild through Senior College and at Ellen’s Creek as a class exhibit. She is a member of the Kensington Art Co-operative gallery and exhibits there in the summer. Her primary interests are acrylics, mixed media and oils. She also uses natural components from nature such as bark or seaweed in her interpretive pieces.