Come See Art Being Made! Live Painting with Rita Winkler

by Shelby Smith

Image advertising guided tours of the exhibition, "Ruth Cuthand: Beads of Truth" taking place on November 13 & 23 at 2pm. Cost of admission is regular admission plus $2. Black background with white and light green text. Featured artworks include a beaded depiction of a MRI brain scan and a bundle of folded grey blankets with red ribbon and beaded patches representing smallpox.

Come see art being made! Join exhibiting artist, Rita Winkler, as she does live painting on site at the Douglas Family Art Centre.  Live painting sessions will take place on Saturday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 22 from 1-2pm.

Rita is a young woman with Down syndrome who creates joyful, colourful watercolour paintings with guidance from her mom and art facilitator, Helen Winkler.

Regular admission rates apply.  Click here for more information.

Learn more about Rita and her art by visiting her exhibition page on our website: My Art, My World: Rita Winkler.

We hope to see you there!

Did you know?

The Lake of the Woods gold rush in the 1890s brought miners and investors from across North America.  By 1893 there were 20 working gold mines on the Lake of the Woods.

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