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Transformational Energy Weaver and Artist Janet Stanley to be Featured on CUTV News Radio
INNISFIL, ONTARIO, CANADA, September 26, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — Each of us is a creative work, bringing to form our ideas and our way of being in the world every day. Sometimes we’re not comfortable with a piece. It seems out of control or outside the lines, but it’s an essential part of who we are becoming and where we are going. Read Full article
Globe & Mail Review, August 21, 2010, R.M. Vaughan Review, Solo Exhibition, Pure Potential, *new* Gallery, 906 Queen West, TO
Janet Stanley paints like a dancer (and maybe she dances like a painter but I’ve never seen her dance). Her spiralling, jumping, thick-as-cake oils resemble a happy meeting between melted candy, sea-foam-coloured taffeta, and a three-legged blender.
Guelph Mercury, Thana Dharmarajah, Dec. 7, 2009 Front page image of “Another World is Possible”, Mixed Media Sculpture by Janet Stanley being signed at a Guelph City Hall vigil to mark the 20th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre.
Another World is Possible was made by Stanley specifically for the vigil and then donated to Guelph Wellington Women in Crisis for use in future vigils. Read the Article
Exhibition Catalogue Foreword, New Moon Rising. Martin Pearce, MA, Assistant Professor University of Guelph. 2009
“I like a canvas to breathe and be alive. Be alive is the point. And, as the limitations are something called pigment and canvas, let’s see if I can do it.” Lee Krasner
I thought of Krasner’s “roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-on-with-it” remark when I saw Janet Stanley’s new paintings. Read the Foreward
Guelph Mercury, Oct. 29, 2008, Painter Wins Jane Graham arts award, Guelph, ON
Guelph Mercury, October 29, 2008, Mercury Staff. Painter Wins Jane Graham Award. The Guelph Arts Council has named local painter Janet Stanley the 2008 recipient of the Jane Graham Memorial Award. Stanley is a recent University of Guelph fine arts graduate, who works primarily in oil painting. Read the Full Article
Hoot Gallery Opening Party, Degrees of Separation, July 6th – August 5th, 2007
After Graduating from the University of Guelph’s Studio Art program, I was keen to get my work out into the public domain and actively participated in many group shows including hoot! Gallery’s opening exhibition and party. Hoot! art gallery held their first opening reception for a new group show called “Degrees of Separation” on July 6th 2007. The show featured the paintings of talented local artists, Janet Stanley, Miranda Bouchard, Kristin McDonald and Brittany Anderson, who is also the gallery owner.
Country Routes, March 2001, Janet Stanley & the Flaming Spirit Artist’s Collective Exhibit.
First Showing, Flaming Spirit Artist’s Collective
Shortly after leaving the corporate marketing world, and after reading Julia Cameron’s “The Artist’s Way”, I was inspired to experiment with painting in a variety of mediums. At the same time, I was fortunate to meet with a group of painters we eventually named The Flaming Spirit Artists. Our first shows were held in our weekly painting studio at M. M. Woodcraft where I was delighted to sell my first painting, Tulip Tales.
Country Routes, December 1999, Canada’s Yukon Inspires Artists from Orangeville and Area, Story by Janet Stanley
There are strange works done, on a Canoe North run,
By the souls who dare wield a brush.
Their pallets are crowned and the colours abound,
In a whole new kind of “Gold Rush”.
With markers for paddles, their sketchbooks they straddle,
Adrift in their seats in the wild.
They stare and the gaze in a glorious haze,
As the Yukon bewitches its child.
Excerpt from “The Creation of Art Yukon” by Janet Stanley with all due respect to Robert Service4