Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre

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A Wonderful Gift

"Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris."
- Adam Sendler

Upcoming Events

Everest Camp Trek

Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris inistra possedit.

Walking Holidays

Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris inistra possedit.

Explore The World

Diremit mundi mare undae nunc mixtam tanto sibi. Nubes unda concordi. Fert his. Recessit mentes praecipites locum caligine sui egens erat. Silvas caeli regna.

Upcoming Tours & Destination

Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris. Sinistra possedit litora ut nabataeaque. Setucant coepyterunt perveniunt animal! Concordi aurea nabataeaque seductaque constaque cepit sublime flexi nullus.

Art from the Heart-2022

February 10th – April 10th

Art for Healing is the focus of Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre’s Studio.
Our art is original, honest and powerful.
We have spent decades inventing, inspiring and exhibiting
work by artists from Community Living Oakville.
Everything has been documented with lesson plans, photographs and videos.
These artists have been trained with materials and techniques to access and make visible their Artist Within.
This Years Art From The Heart includes two artists healed by art at Joshua Creek Studio. Sybil Rampen’s Father Captain Hugh Calverley, whose greatest joy and satisfaction stemmed from his art.
The other is Dr. Zaborowska who, at the end of her life, found her Artist Self and shared it with her friends.
This annual Art From the Heart is more than a show.
It is life-giving with its search for identity, creativity and hope.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO

Anthony Liszega

Leaf Challenge

Looking Glass

Memory Cupboard

Planets

Shape Detective

Anthony Morra

Colour Stew

Mosaic

Shape Detective

Squares and Triangles

Ben Rapmen

Mosaic

Watercolour Printmaking

Line and Texture

Flowers

Hugo Rampen

Connor Bourret

Covid

Leaf Chalenge

Planets

Squares and Triangles

Watercolour Printmaking

Heidi Burt

Cat

Covid 19

Memory Cupboard

Mosaic

Planets

Shape Detective

Joey Whiting

Biker

Happy Stones

Hearts

Leaf Challenge

Mosaic

Squares and Triangles

Kathy Ashwell

Biker

Leaf Challenge

Shape Detective

Squares and Triagles

Watercolour Print Making

Owen Ramcharen

Leaf Challenge

Line and Texture

Shape Detective

Memory Cupboard

BIKER EXAMPLE LESSONS

Sketchbook

Pencil
Pick a motorbike,
examine it and learn how it is made.
Start by roughly sketching its wheels connect them, find the seat, then the steering wheel.
Draw a biker on it: does not have to be a human: a dragon, a monster, a dog, a robot.
Fun!

Pen
Work into your drawing with a thin sharpie.
Xerox the drawing.

Plate
Create a landscape, city scape, mountain scape, or seascape for your bike to travel.
Take a ride.
Let it dry.
Print

Coloured markers
Colour your Bike Xerox.
Cut it out.
Drive it to your print
Glue it on.

Dream
Think biker, make a wish list of the places you would like to see.
Go by Google!

Connor Bourret

Heidi Burt

Joey Whiting

Kathy Ashwell

Larysa Filipe

Owen Ramcharan

GROUP ANGLE ICONS

Ben Rampen

Connor Bourret

Joey Whiting

Owen Ramcharan

THREE GROUP PICTURES

Angel Icon

Bikers

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