Monday, June 13, 2011

Margaret Lock at Agnes Etherington

Artists on Art
Saturday 18 June, 2 pm

Kingston artist Margaret Lock gives a talk in the exhibition Kingston in Relief: The Woodcuts of Gwyneth Travers. As a printmaker she provides intriguing insights into Travers’ technique and how she captured well-known local buildings and sites.

Margaret Lock studied fine art at McMaster University and Goldsmiths College, University of London. She has lived in Kingston since 1987 where she works as an artist and letterpress printer. The Art Centre presented an exhibition of her woodcuts in 2002.

We present this talk as part of our celebration of Kingston’s annual Doors Open. The Art Centre will be open from 10 am to 5 pm, and admission is free. Throughout the day, docents will be in the galleries to discuss all the exhibitions.

Agnes Etherington Art Centre | Queen's University | Kingston ON | K7L 3N6
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