Two Women - Two Perspectives: Aileen Cherry and Philippa Faulkner
This exhibition celebrates the artwork of Aileen Cherry (1895-1958) and Philippa Faulkner (1917-2001).
Both women were born and raised in Belleville. Aileen lived in the West End of town on Commercial Street (now Highland Avenue). Philippa’s Belleville home is now known as Glanmore National Historic Site in the Old East Hill neighbourhood.
These women both studied painting and had careers as artists. They both travelled and continued to study art throughout their lives. Their artwork is much admired and collected still. We are very pleased to be able to share their work in this exhibition.
This show includes work from the Parrott Gallery Permanent Collection, from Glanmore National Historic Site and from local private collections.
Gallery 2 and online until October 23, 2021
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