I am beyond thrilled to announce that the remaining available pieces from my Industrial Captivation collection can now be purchased through the Art Gallery of Hamilton! It means everything that the industrial scenes regularly seen here in Hamilton are being represented and sold here in Hamilton, where these is much appreciation for our industrial landscape. Here’s the link to all the images and information:
It seems April is THE month for online auctions! With the pandemic still raging, fundraising by means of art auctions has been relegated to virtual online auctions… and what a better way to Spring-vigorate your space and help out a worthy cause! It’s also an excellent opportunity to get a great deal on an Amy Ferrari Art original since the reserve prices are set well below usual retail prices!
I am participating 3 separate online auctions, so I wanted to sort it all out for you, since it can get confusing. Below, I have information on all 3 auctions, the links to registration information, and images of the paintings I’m offering.
50th Annual Art Auction (Take 2)
Dundas Valley School of Art (DVSA) April 12 – April 17
With over 1200 pieces of art up for sale, I am overjoyed that one of those 1200+ was painted by ME!
Welcome Inn Community Centre Food Bank April 14 – April 19
A Message from the Executive Director:
Art Feeds is our online auction for the Welcome Inn Community Centre. Some of the artists have chosen to donate some or all of their work. The others will be receiving a portion of the amount paid for each piece.
Join us in supporting local artists AND our local food bank!
Welcome Inn Community Centre has been serving the North End of Hamilton since 1966. We provide community programs for children & youth, seniors, families, and operate the New Horizon’s Thrift Store.
I am thrilled to have five paintings up for sale in the Art Feeds Auction. All four of my current vegetable paintings and a single tree painting too!
This sale is presenting artworks by over 60 regional artists. Every dollar spent supports local artists, public programming, and community education at the AGH. Register today for the Collectors Online Preview!
I am honored to have all six of the paintings I submitted accepted into this show and sale! All six pieces showcase industrial scenes found in the industrial sectors of Hamilton.
Covid certainly puts a damper on selling art this year, but nevertheless, I’d like to offer a sale on a selection of paintings that are in need of forever homes!
If you agree to schedule a time to come to Hamilton (Ontario) to pick up the painting (I’ll bring it out to your car!) and if you agree to pay via Interac E-Transfer, I am happy to offer a selection of paintings at some amazingly reduced prices! These touchless provisions will keep you safe and keep me safe too! Due to wanting to take an abundance of caution, I won’t be opening my home to visitors, so for now, virtual browsing will have to do!
All selected paintings are priced at or below $500.00!!! This is a limited time offer; all prices will go back up and return to the original prices in 2021.
Scroll down to see all the selected paintings and painting information!
E-mail me at AmyFcar@aol.com if you’re interested in arranging a purchase or if you have questions!
Purple Lyric 1 2018 18 x 18 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $350) Purple Lyric Package Deal: All 3 for $500
Purple Lyric 2 2018 18 x 18 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $350) Purple Lyric Package Deal: All 3 for $500
Purple Lyric 3 2018 16 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $175 (was $300) Purple Lyric Package Deal: All 3 for $500
Tree at Lake Ontario 2019 20 x 20 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $350)
Ellie’s Tree 2017 18 x 24 Acrylic on Canvas SOLD!!!
Spirit Tree Dawning 2017 20 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas SOLD!!!
Cy-Pressing a Wave 2013 24 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas $350 (was $550)
Grow House Groove On 2014 36 x 12 Acrylic on Canvas $450 (was $700)
Lazy Hazy Saunter Sunday 2016 16 x 20 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $400)
Post Pourdown Puddle Party 2016 10 x 10 Acrylic on Canvas $50 (was $100)
Mustering Mojo for a Monday 2018 12 x 18 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $350)
Renaissansical Generation Jam 2016 24 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas $400 (was $750)
Thoughts From The Commencement Chamber 2009 30 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas $500 (was $800)
Happy Huddle 2016 8 x 10 Acrylic on Panel $150 (was $225)
Above and Beyond 2016 20 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $400)
Tribal Tranquility 2012 16 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $100 (was $200)
Flatlander Fabric Flow 2016 20 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $200 (was $360)
Angel Attitude 2015 18 x 18 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $150)
Happy Butt 2013 18 x 18 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $150)
Joe Cat 2011 28 x 22 Acrylic on Canvas $300 (was $350)
Grokster 2011 18 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas $300 (was $400)
Gilamon 2011 24 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas $250 (was $300)
Zaaagwood 2011 12 x 24 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $150)
Slimon 2011 30 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas $250 (was $300)
Genetic Experiment 2011 16 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $95)
Brinkmon 2011 12 x 24 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $95)
Watching It Go By 2011 12 x 24 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $95)
Moogie 2011 16 x 16 Acrylic on Canvas $75 (was $150)
What a busy Fall! With the glow of success from my most recent event, The Ferrari 500 at the Communitech’s Hub (We raised over $500.00 for The Working Centre in Kitchener!!!), starting to fade; it’s now time to gear up for another important art show!
This upcoming show is going to be HUGE for the local visual arts community!
Art$Pay is a local non profit that connects visual art practitioners with opportunities, community, and advocates for fair pay.
The folks at Art$Pay are, seguing from the area’s well-know “Box” show, which has a proven track record (from 2009 to 2013) as a very successful two-day art event and sale! The new “Out of the Box” show and sale will be held at The Walper Hotel in Downtown Kitchener on November 10 and 11. With the art of 50 regional visual artists, the music of Cuneyt Juneyt Yetkiner, and 2 free public art talks, it surely going to be an event you won’t want to miss!
This 2-Day event is so special, you’re going to need tickets purchased in advance in order to be sure to attend! For all the nifty show details – and tickets – follow this link to the Art$Pay’s Walper Show event page.
I am Super-Happy to be included is this upcoming show at the Walper Hotel!!!
Here’s a Sneak Peek at the Art I’ll be offering November 10th and 11th….
All of the imagery from this collection comes from my countless drives through our region’s countryside!
Does the fear of the number 13 affect you?? Hopefully not!
The Ferrari 500 is an art show popping up this coming Friday the 13 – and it’s less than 2 weeks away! The only scary part is the possibility that you’ll miss out and forget to come… so mark your calendars!
It’s really nothing to be scared of – especially since it’s going to be sooooo much fun and a feast for the eyes!
• 17 very friendly, approachable, and un-scary local artists will in be attendance, showing their awesome original art, and they all will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
• All of the amazing art for sale is decidedly affordable, as every item for sale at our event will be priced at theun-scary price of$500.00 OR less!
• Way-Cool Door Prizes!! Each person coming to the Ferrari 500 will be given a door prize ticket, and you will get to choose your chance from a wide array of donated art, gift certificates, etc. (donated by our artists!) Believe! Believe in the power and luck of the number 13, and you could be coming home with a wonderful door prize! Believe!
• Making our community a bit stronger is surely a non-scary and joyful thing to do… Did you know that 10% of any purchase you make will be donated by the artist to The Working Centre, a Kitchener institution that is making a difference in our community!
• A New Signature Cocktail: The Formula One! This pineapple juice and moonshine concoction was crafted by Terry Gibson of Moondance Whiskeys, our event’s provider of spirits! No, not the scary kind of spirits… it’s OK! In additional to the tasty Formula One, Terry with be serving up his special selections of wine and beer.
Developed with rising star Ben Murphy of Murphy’s Law Distillery, Elmira, Ontario, Moondance is a double distilled, triple charcoal filtered corn mash spirit, historically known as Moonshine, the first offering of its type made in Canada using traditional recipes originating from 17th Century Midlands England and further refined in the Hills of West Virginia, USA.
• Yummy Snacks!
Our 17 artists will also be providing their own signature snacks for the evening. How can that be scary?! Nom nom nom!
Friday the 13th? It’s really a luckyday, with the power to change your life.
Just imagine, you come out to our event in the energizing space of Communitech’s Area 151 Hub, make some new friends with artists, fall in love with a painting, and by purchasing it, you strengthen a worthy community organization (The Working Centre), and bring some visual joy to your home – very lucky indeed!!!
Where: Communitech, 151 Charles St. W, Kitchener
When: Friday, October 13, 2017, from 5:00pm to 9:00pm
The Art District Gallery is pleased to welcome Diana Erb as our newest member with a flair for abstract expression! Don’t miss the chance to come out to our next opening reception to welcome Diana and experience the creative vibe of all of ADG’s artists!
Art makes a wonderful Easter gift too – we have a whole wall of smaller pieces that will fit into your Easter basket… and Woo Hoo!…. no calories!