As members of the greater arts community, we visual artists are probably the least affected by the pandemic, in that we can keep working away in our studios, not needing an audience or performing venue.
ARTISTS WE LOVE
STORIES YOU'LL LOVE
WHO WE ARE
Saturday Sept 19 & Sunday Sept 20
A Fluid Situation Requires a Fluid Approach
As Covid-19 continues to require each of us change how we live and operate, so too must our approach to the 2020 Uxbridge Studio Tour change and flow with the situation. Our artists are working hard to put together a unique selection of exciting digital content (to be released in September), and sincerely hope to be able to provide you with a live art experience that you can safely enjoy while touring our community.
Art Reflects the World Around Us! Stay tuned for details on what to expect this year.
love art in september
Couldn't we all use a little more art right now?
art challenges perception
Stay tuned for details!
Live. Love. Breathe. Art.
We have stories about art. Lots of them! And we're excited to share. We hope you enjoy.
In the late spring this year, the Uxbridge Studio Tour lost one of our favourite artists.
Creating art has been a lifelong journey for Mark Ruchlewicz. It manifests in both thought provoking paintings as well as music – typically with obscure time signatures.