Art Exhibition to Benefit Biosphere

JC Lee, a Norfolk County artist whose  paintings celebrate nature and rural landscapes with a touch of  emotion and fantasy, will be donating proceeds from an upcoming art show to the Long Point Biosphere Region and other local conservation organizations.

His “Magic of Norfolk” art exhibition will run from August 10 to August 25, 2024 in the Mass Market Gallery space at Port Dover’s Beach Reads Bookstore.  The exhibition will showcase  oil and mixed media paintings of landscapes and wildlife in Norfolk County.  Though JC’s works are detailed and set in the reality of the natural world, their effect is magnified through the juxtaposition of varied colours, textures, patterns, composition and perspectives.  

“Because so much of my art has been inspired by Norfolk County’s natural environment, I wanted  to direct some of the proceeds to local organizations helping to protect it,” says the artist, who will be donating 30 per cent of all sales from the “Magic of Norfolk” to be split between the Long Point Biosphere, the Long Point Basin Land Trust, and ALUS Norfolk. 

JC will also donate 30 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of a specific painting, “The Black Sheep,” to Pride Haldimand Norfolk.  His latest painting titled “Hope” will be unveiled and on sale at the exhibition with his other works. Everyone is invited to the opening reception on Friday August 9, 2024 from 5 to 7pm.

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