The Trans-Canada 150 x 2 Crew is in Sudbury on July 4th

Carol Loeb & Alison Grapes

In honour of Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation, two artists are following the road that ties the country together. They will stop every 150km and document what they find there. Each will find inspiration to create a painting. The net result will be a series of 104 paintings that span the Trans-Canada from Victoria, BC to St. John's, NL. 

On July 4th, they are in Sudbury, ON, and heading west towards Manitoba. You can check our their stops on the maps below.

Recently, their works to date were featured in an opening exhibition at the Arta Gallery in Toronto, ON. Future exhibitions are in the works and will be announced when confirmed.

The pair is also inviting other artists to participate in the project.

For more information, please visit the official Trans-Canada 150 x 2 WEBSITE.

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