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The Annual Victory Art Show


Marcel S. Blanchette    Blue Water   watercolour 11" x 11"

From June 24 to July 17, The Victory is holding an exhibition of over forty paintings by artists from the County. Open daily 10am to 5pm.

The works of Betty Ann Anderson, Marcel Blanchette, Pat Busscher, Hugh Charlebois, Carol Perrin, Jack Perrin, and Laurine Sage feature prominently in the show. Mediums include oil, acrylic, and watercolour, and subjects range from county landscapes and maritime scenes to still life and floral pictures.

From the gallery:

Pat Busscher   King Street  acrylic on canvas 24" x 20"

Carol Perrin   Inviting Garden  watercolour 16" x 20"

Laurine Sage   King Street  acrylic on canvas 24" x 20"

Betty Ann Anderson   Countryside  watercolour 24" x 20"

  Hugh Charlebois   Sonora Dessert  acrylic 20" x 16"


Jack Perrin   Portrait of a Youth  oil on canvas 24" x 20"


New Displays for this show:

The award winning painting by Laurie Scott "Waiting for the Althetha," portraying the steamboat arriving in Picton harbour, sets the stage for the display of sunken treasures from Quinte waters salvaged by Ron Scott, including Hart pottery and bottles from Glenn Island and pottery from the wreck of the Olivia.

The ship model of a typical Flower Class returning from sea by Hugh Charlebois

HMCS Demorestville model

Visiting from the Pump House Museum of Kingston, the model Phoebe by Henk Weevers

Phoebe model


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Members are always encouraged to contact us with suggestions as to content - both on our web pages and in our research library and archives in Picton Ontario.

We are continually expanding our collections - donations would be sincerely welcomed

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