John is very excited that his work has been featured in the Dec. 13th. print edition of the Burlington Post!
In this article the author, Dennis Smith mentions several of the exciting holiday events that are occuring in and around the RBG and he chose to use a photo of John's work to highlight the AGOG Glass Show and Sale currently on at the studios of Teresa Seaton and Siobhan Lynch @ 654 & 652 Spring Gardens Road, Burlington, ON across from the RBG.
You can read the online version here: RBG’s got you covered
The show runs until Dec. 22nd. and there is still time to stop by and check out the work of these amazing glass artists and maybe pick up a last minute Christmas present.
Hope to see you there!!
We are pleased to announce that once again, John will be taking part in the Dundas Studio Tour.
Several of John's mandalas and other Christmas items will be on display with Christmas themed works from the other talented members of AGOG.
|Time:||Thursday - Sunday 11am - 5 pm
Monday - Wednesday by chance or appointment
Call or Text (905) 510 5030
Teresa Seaton Studio and Gallery
654 Spring Gardens Road
|Opening Reception:||Saturday, December 12th. @ 4pm.|
|For directions to the studio click here|
This promises to be a fun afternoon for both children and adults with works from local artists, fun events for the kids and Christmas goodies.
Saturday, November 28th.
10am - 4 pm
For directions click here:
Bit, by bit…
John is busy with his art year-round, but it seems that this time of year, like no other, we are frantically trying to get everything up date and prepare ourselves for the annual Dundas Studio Tour. It’s an exciting time, because it means that he gets to show off all that he has created over the summer, but it can also be stressful; full of lists and last minute preparations.
Once again, John will be displaying his mandalas @ the home of Kristina Kirkwood.
|Date:||Saturday, October 3rd. to Sunday, October 4th.|
47 Livingstone Drive, Dundas
|For directions and more information, click here:|
The tour is very special to John since it was the first major display of his artwork and what started him on this journey. The location and themes may change but as he enters his 6th. year on the tour what John looks forward to most is seeing his “regulars” who come to see what’s new.
And this year, there is quite a lot!!
|Mandala Stones||Mandala Ornaments|
We hope you enjoy all of these updates and look forward to seeing you soon!!