Auction of 29 Canadian landscape paintings from grade 9 to 12 students from All Saints Catholic School in Kanata

Place your bid now and until 3 pm on April 7.  Minimum bid is $50.  Maximum bid is $100 with first right of refusal to the family.  Your bid means the world to these young artists knowing that someone liked their work – it is inspiring.

the gordon harrison art inspiration project was created by award winning canadian landscape artist gordon harrison and his partner, gallerist phil emond, in 2009.

inspiring young people to pursue their artistic talent and to discover the beauty of our canadian landscapes is part of the artist’s legacy.

through this inspirational journey, students from visual art programs experience “life as an artist” working with gordon harrison and create an exhibition of canadian landscapes.

since 2009, gordon harrison worked and inspired students from turnbull school, counterpoint academy, ashbury college, d roy Kennedy, omg montessori and  st. mildred’s-lightbourn school in Oakville.

in 2019, 29 grade 9 to 12  students from all saints catholic school created an exhibit of Canadian landscapes tread softly walk humbly.  each of these students were coached by Gordon Harrison.

to all the students we continue to inspire – special thanks for being part of our journey and we hope that you will always remember this experience and the importance of art in our lives.  to Carolyn Dyer and All Saints Catholic School – huge thanks for supporting the art and understanding its importance of it impacts people forever.

here are the lovely paintings we are proud to present to you.  Each one is framed.  Starting bid $50.  Maximum bid $100 with first right of refusal going to the family.  Your bid means the world to these young people.  It will inspire them for the rest of their lives.  All proceeds go to All Saints Catholic School.

Please contact the gallery by phone 613-746-6853 or by  email to place a bid or up your bid.  All bids will be updated on the website as the bids are received.  The auction closes at 3 pm on April 7.