NEW FEATURED ARTIST APRIL 14 - MAY  5, 2017

SHARIFAH MARSDEN: Birch Bark Series - Hand carved silver collection 

ARTIST BIO:

Sharifah is an Anishnaabe artist from the Mississauga’s of Scugog Island First Nation. Since early childhood, Sharifah has been directed toward a life of art and culture. Sharifah draws from her Anishinaabe roots and knowledge of Woodlands art to create unique works that include everything from acrylic paintings, murals, to beadwork and engraving fine metals.

 
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HONOURED TO BE PART OF THIS INSPIRING PANEL! COME JOIN US FOR LUNCH FRIDAY, OCT. 28TH! 

THE DeMONTIGNY ONCE-A-YEAR ONLY SAMPLE SALE IS NOW ON! SALE ENDS JULY 30th!!

ONE-OF-A-KIND SAMPLES ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE BOUTIQUE|GALLERY

 197 James St. N., Hamilton, ON  289-389-4705 info@angelademontigny.com

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JAMES ST. N. ART CRAWL EVENT

MEET THE ARTIST

FRIDAY, JULY 8TH , 2016

7-9 PM

NEW EXHIBIT OF ORIGINAL PAINTINGS BY FIRST NATIONS ARTIST MELINDA SHANK-MILES

 

'THUNDERBIRDS' Acrylic on canvas by Melinda Shank-Miles

'THUNDERBIRDS' Acrylic on canvas by Melinda Shank-Miles

'SKY WOMAN' Acrylic on canvas by Melinda Shank-Miles

'SKY WOMAN' Acrylic on canvas by Melinda Shank-Miles

ABOUT THE ARTIST...

Melinda Shank-Miles currently resides in Hamilton, Ontario. She is a proud member of the Mattawa/North Bay Algonquin First Nation. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts at McMaster University in Hamilton and completed additional studies in art at the Dundas Valley School of Art and at Redeemer University in Ancaster. 

Melinda draws influence through history, culture and organic form, figures and texture. She is inspired by her Algonquin ancestry, a long-untold story of deep roots hidden in a modern world and ancient bloodlines tied to the earth. Her paintings show the duality of the untamed wilderness, vibrant, organic colours and the interference of man-made structures along with the effects of pollution, violence and destruction. Each canvas represents an illustrated story revealed to her in her personal exploration of origins. The result is a colourful series of images from Anishinaabe Algonquin history and culture, combining elements of traditional First Nations linework with the artist's own visual interpretation of her inner journey in a contemporary style.

 

SAVE THE DATE! 

This will be THE fashion event of the year in Hamilton!! 

8 DESIGNERS + 8 RESTAURANTS = 1 TICKET

The 2nd Annual Glamour In The Hammer will be a fashion extravaganza featuring the city's best fashion designers and an array of delicious foods presented by some of the city's most popular restaurants in support of The Good Shepherd.

So join us on Friday, April 22nd when we celebrate the best of 'Made in Hamilton' fashion design and cuisine.

WHERE: The Cotton Factory - 270 Sherman Ave. North, Hamilton, ON

WHEN: Friday, April 22, 2016 @ 6pm

TICKETS: secure.e2m.com

 

 

 

 

FEATURED ARTIST FOR DECEMBER: LISA FULLARTON

ARTIST DEBUT - DECEMBER JAMES NORTH ART CRAWL: FRIDAY, DEC. 11th, 2015 ~ 5pm - 11pm

LISA'S STUNNING, HAND CRAFTED ASH/REED BASKETS HAVE JUST ARRIVED FROM NEW BRUNSWICK...STOP IN TO THE BOUTIQUE|GALLERY TO SEE THESE AMAZING AND WHIMSICAL WORKS OF ART WHILE THEY ARE HERE. 

JAMES STREET NORTH WINDOW DISPLAY COMPETITION: GRAND PRIZE GIFT BASKET COURTESY OF PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS ON JAMES ST. N., HAMILTON - DRAW: SAT. DEC. 19th, 2015

JAMES STREET NORTH WINDOW DISPLAY COMPETITION: GRAND PRIZE GIFT BASKET COURTESY OF PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS ON JAMES ST. N., HAMILTON - DRAW: SAT. DEC. 19th, 2015