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Art exhibit open at Q Lounge

At Q Lounge, 124 on Queen last week Tanya Peterson, her husband Jordan Morrison, and fellow NOTL artist Ron Clavier opened an exhibit of sixteen canvases lining the sides of the corridor leading from the hotel’s Queen Street entrance toward the lounge and bar.

Alana Hurov, director of marketing at 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa, told the gathering of guests at the opening that from the moment she saw that corridor, she envisioned it filled with beautiful art, and she was delighted to have the three local artists involved in the exhibit.

Peterson’s paintings, Morrison’s photography and abstract water images of Clavier’s works greet visitors to the hotel and lounge, with the exhibit curated by Peterson.

During their introduction at the opening, Clavier spoke of Niagara-on-the-Lake as a theatrical and musical centre, as well as the wine-making and culinary culture, and said he would like to see the town also become a visual arts centre, with town support.

About the Author: Penny Coles

Penny Coles is editor of Niagara-on-the-Lake Local
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