Bob Tunnoch: The Muse, Under the Thin Blue Line

“In Session” Carnivorous Plant Choir, oil on canvas, 30” x 40”

The Muse, Under the Thin Blue Line
Bob Tunnoch

November 1 – December 20, 2022
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5, 1:00-3:00 pm

The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is pleased to present The Muse, Under the Thin Blue Line, a solo exhibition by artist Bob Tunnoch.

As a member of the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA), Ontario Society of Artists (OSA), the Colour and Form Society (CFS), and many more, Bob Tunnoch’s paintings can be found in private and corporate collections across North America. Bob, or ‘Omar’ as his friends like to call him, was a featured artist in the 2013 publication of ‘International Contemporary Artists’. The natural world has been the inspiration for his art. He likes to portray the ignored and overlooked life forms that live around us and engage the viewer in a visual conversation by putting his subjects in humorous, unusual and thought-provoking situations. His use of vibrant colors, attention to detail and intriguing subject matter consistently leaves the viewer questioning his motives.

The Muse, Under the Thin Blue Line is on display from November 1 to December 20, 2022, with an official opening reception on Saturday November 5 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. The artist will be present for an artist talk, offering more insight into his work, at 1:30 PM.

The Agnes Jamieson Gallery is a public gallery with year-round visual exhibitions of local and regional art. The Gallery is part of the Minden Hills Cultural Centre which also includes the Heritage Village & Nature Place Interpretive Centre. The Gallery is fully accessible. The Minden Hills Cultural Centre is located at 176 Bobcaygeon Road, Minden, Ontario and is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Admission by donation. The Gallery is fully accessible.

Minden Hills Cultural Centre
176 Bobcaygeon Road, Minden, ON K0M 2K0
Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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