Art Windsor-Essex respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Anishinaabe Territory – the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations, comprised of the Ojibway, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi. Today the Anishinaabe of the Three Fires Confederacy are represented by Bkejwanong. We want to state our respect for the ancestral and ongoing authority of Walpole Island First Nation over its Territory.
Sundays in the Studio! Nice Water, Neutral Water with Carolyn Hardy
DATE: Sundays in July
TIME: 1pm- 4pm
LOCATION: 2nd floor, Education Studio
Nice Water, Neutral Water is a series of 5 workshops with artist Carolyn Hardy that reflect on the fluidity of water. Water changes form, distorts images, and holds emotions. As beings that are made of water we will compare the difference between nice water, water that is bathed in kind words and positivity, and neutral water.
- Drop-in between 1-4pm on Sundays.
- This program is free with admission to AWE and open to all.
- Questions? Please contact Sophie Hinch, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is generously sponsored by Anne Safranyos and family.
Nice Water, Neutral Water
During the first week of Nice Water, Neutral Water we will explore the theory that water can respond to our positive emotions. We will decorate our nice water, say nice things to it, and surround our nice water with positive energy. We will compare our nice water to our neutral water to observe if there are any changes.
Meet the Artist: Carolyn Hardy
Carolyn Hardy is a professional visual and performance artist specializing in surrealism and live painting performances. Carolyn enjoys communicating with nature and strives to inspire humanity to remember and respect our natural environment. Carolyn’s unique style has been found in many exhibitions, murals, festivals, stores, and events in Windsor Essex and on Pelee Island. You can purchase her original artwork at One of a Kind Pelee Art and Collectibles and at Pelee Island Artworks on Pelee Island.