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The instructors of Homer Watson House & Gallery dedicate their lives to Art Education and work tirelessly in our studios to improve the skills of others. During this exhibit, these artists will showcase their own talent and work.
This is a chance to see the work of the artists that dedicate their lives to art education and work tirelessly in our studios to improve the skills of others. They bring to their students the enjoyment of the creator and exhilaration of working through a process.
This year we highlight the work of Scott McNichol. In his exhibit Spirit of the Wind: Artifacts & Adventures, McNichol is inspired by the vessels that find their power in the wind. McNichol captures the natural ebb and flow created by breezes in the lines and shapes of his structures. The effect is a vibrant interpretation of beauty and rhythm. Scott McNichol graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in Fine Arts and Philosophy, McNichol is also a graduate of Journalism Studies from Conestoga College in Kitchener. McNichol has been a dedicated art educator at the Gallery since 1994, and holds the title of Associate Artist. He currently teaches High School art at Scholar’s Hall Private School in Kitchener and adults at Conestoga College. Scott’s passion is found in sculpture, but he is also recognized for his acrylic paintings and extensive work in photography. His work can been seen in public and private art collections both in Canada and abroad.
Credits of artworks listed in the order that they appear: Credits of artworks listed in the order that they appear:
Scott McNichol, HMS Ontario 1780, 2015, Bass wood, Balsa wood, Metal, and Threads