at The Grange
An art exhibit featuring Art Students from Erindale Secondary School
Heritage Mississauga presents an exciting
new Art Exhibit at The Grange
April 9th to May 31st, 2019
Opening Reception on Tuesday, April 9, 2019
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Hosted by Heritage Mississauga at The Grange
(1921 Dundas Street West, Mississauga)
Mississauga, ON: Heritage Mississauga hosting Erindale Secondary School exhibit.
Heritage Mississauga is delighted to welcome a new exhibit featuring collective works of art students from Erindale Secondary School. The exhibit features over 60 original works on 6×6 canvasses.
Students at Erindale Secondary School have responded to the theme of “Creating Atmosphere” for this year’s annual student exhibition. Titles such as, “Golden Hour”, “Eye of the Storm”, “The Great Blues” conjure a certain mood and set an expectant tone in sixty small paintings. As always, each individual artist interprets the theme in their own unique way and then translates their vision into acrylic on canvas.
There is no one way to describe their overall “Erindale” aesthetic. There is no one pervading tone. Instead it is a new ESS Spring show of district impressions from local perspectives and artists. Come see for yourself “Blossoms under the Moonlight” , “Zappp” and “Floating from the Gate”. The atmosphere at Heritage Mississauga ’s exhibit gallery is welcoming and artful!
This free public exhibit is open Tuesday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, and until 8:00 pm on select Tuesdays. Special thanks to Ms. Sheena Currie for the organization of this exhibit.
A not-for-profit charity Heritage Mississauga works closely with the community on assisted and independent research relating to Mississauga’s history and modern developments.
Heritage Mississauga (Mississauga Heritage Foundation Inc.) is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to promotion of local heritage. Heritage Mississauga’s MISSION “is research, record and celebrate Mississauga’s rich and diverse heritage”. Heritage Mississauga’s VISION is to be “Mississauga’s Heritage Source.”
Our shared heritage is an important element in fostering and maintaining Mississauga’s sense of community, pride and history. Together with the support of community groups, corporations and individuals, Heritage Mississauga will continue to accept the challenge of promoting awareness of the community’s most precious non-renewable resource.