13th Annual Open Juried Fine Art Exhibition
Juried by international artist, Olaf Schneider and curated by Regan Jane Hayward
About the Show:
Beaux Arts Gallery Brampton is pleased to announce its 13th Annual Open Juried Fine Art Exhibition. This Fine Art Exhibition seeks entries from visual artists across Canada with various styles and subject matters. Show us the best of your talent! Artists are invited to submit up to 3 artworks for this show that offers prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Juried by international artist Olaf Schneider and curated by Regan Jane Hayward.
About the Juror:
Olaf Schneider studied at the Ontario College of Art as well as Sheridan College. Olaf’s artwork can be found in galleries across the United States and Canada including Chloe Gallery in San Francisco; Emma Butler Gallery in St. John’s, Newfoundland; Palm Avenue Fine Art in Sarasota, Florida; Tilting at Windmills Gallery in Manchester Center, Vermont; and Westmount Gallery in Toronto. Some of his solo exhibitions include Homer Watson Gallery and McMichael Gallery. Some of his group exhibitions include Chapel St. Bernardin and The Louvre, SNBA Salon in France. In 2015, his artwork won for Woodbine Raceway and he was the first place award winner that same year for International Artist Magazine. In 2017, his artworks were added to the Ducks Unlimited Artist Portfolio. Learn more about Olaf Schneider at www.olaf.ca
About the Curator:
Regan Jane Hayward specializes in curatorial development and cultural arts management; a graduate of OCADU and Ryerson with on-going academic studies at University of Toronto and holds membership with the Independent Curators Network in New York City. Regan serves as the Executive Director for Beaux Arts Gallery Downtown Brampton, is the Gallery Chair for Headwaters Arts at the Alton Mill Arts Centre in Caledon and is an appointed Trustee of the Board at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Regan has a dedicated passion for the arts, artists, the creative industries and the evolving art markets in Canada and across the globe.