The Art of Fall

A preview of the Headwaters Arts Festival and Show.

September 16, 2016 | | Back Issues

If the leaves are starting to turn, it must be time to tap the artistic talent in these hills. The annual Headwaters Arts Festival is in full swing with more than three weeks of insider studio tours, art workshops and other mind-expanding events. The festival covers a wide range of media, including sculpture, pottery, wood art, painting, jewellery, film, literature and theatre.

For a crash course in the talent lurking in Headwaters, don’t miss the juried art show and sale at Caledon’s historic art hub, the Alton Mill. We’ve chosen just a few of the stellar offerings to preview here, including the dreamy landscape by John Adams, Anita Granger’s arresting bronze sculpture and Pat Hertzberg’s lacy fibre bowl. In all, there are more than 80 artists’ work to peruse.

Visit the show Wednesdays to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through to October 10. For information on all festival goings-on, visit headwatersarts.com.

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Margaret Sarah Pardy Three’s Company watercolour and inks on scratchboard 20 x 16"

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