Dear Friends of Quest Art:

Due to health concerns caused by COVID 19, and to be proactive in protecting our patrons, customers, students and staff's health, Quest Art School + Gallery has been closed since March 16th, 2020.

 

We will be looking at reopening as soon as possible.

We will inform you of new workshop dates and will contact you when we have more information.

Thank you, and stay safe and healthy!

Current Exhibitions

"Tangled Up In Blue"

Atrium Gallery

This exhibition brings together works by multiple artists who have individually responded to Dylan’s song, resulting in a series of fragmented interpretations that together form a multidimensional reflection on themes explored in the lyrics. In some works the reference is literal, while others interpret the words metaphorically. Whichever the case, within the exhibition visitors will find a diverse range of visual responses to the notion of being Tangled Up In Blue. 

March 7 to April 11, 2020

"More to It Than Being Blue"
Catherine Vamvakas Lay, Karina Guévin, Laura Donefer, Ruth Hurdle, Tim Whiten
Upper Gallery

This project will be focused on creating a safe space to discuss depression and suicide, and to provide information on resources available for those who are dealing with depression and thoughts of suicide as well as their loved ones.

January 18 to April 11, 2020

"Unbounded Detours and Other Curiosities'' 
Peter Fyfe
 
Project Gallery

Unlike a single painting that for me is just a continuation (or to some extent a departure) of what I have done immediately before, I have delved here into the contrast between safe paths of creativity, and the unbounded detours that result from pursuing more vague and fleeting notions of a roadmap of what is meaningful to me.

Peter Fyfe

January 18 to April 11, 2020

Quest Art Book Club

 

Due to Quest Art's closure from March 16 to April 6, the Book Club meeting scheduled for March 28 is now rescheduled on May 2nd at 2 pm.

The two books discussed will be Save Me the Waltz by American novelist Zelda Fitzgerald (published in 1932) and The Yellow Wallpaper by American writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman (first published in January 1892).

Please sign up for the May discussion by contacting us at 705-526-2787, or in person at the Gift Shop.

Melissa Wakefield

Ruth Ann Pearce

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