Variations Jephcott-Liardi

Positive tickets VANKLEEK HILL| “Jephcott-Liardi Varia- tions,” featuring the works of Susan Je- phcott and Donald Liardi, Is a unique ex- hibition of art which is taking place until October 28 at the Arbor Gallery, 36 Home Ave., Vankleek Hill. For Information contact the gallery at 1-877-616-5086, Jephcott at 613-678-3049 or Liardi at 613-382-3183. Susan Jephcott, a Hudson native now liv- ing In Vankleek Hill, is showing some of her astounding scrolls. Donald Liardi, of Ganan- oque, is exhibiting some of his fine sculp- tures. Liardi is well known for his sensuous female figures and magnificent horses. Jephcott and Liardi are old friends and were among the founders of the May Art Show in Vankleek Hill 30 years ago. Some of Jephcott’s scrolls are ink draw- ings on paper and measure 11 feet in length; others are up to 30 feet long. The painted scrolls are acrylic on canvas and range in length from four to 25 feet. Jephcott began experimenting with scrolls as a “form of stream of automatic thoughts” put down using India ink and a mapping pen. After several of these Ink scrolls she progressed to painted scrolls. The largest of these was 108 feet. These extraordinary HAWKESBURY | Area young people have been given extra incentive to be respon- sible members of the community – “pos- itive tickets.” In order to encourage them to continue their responsible behaviour, Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police detachment offi- cers on patrol will reward those observed doing random acts of kindness or exhib- iting positive behaviour by giving them a “positive ticket.” The gift coupons, re- deemable at participating merchants, are handed out when a young person is seen doing good deeds, wearing a bicycle hel- met or helping others. “The Hawkesbury O.P.P. is pleased to participate in this initia- tive that recognizes our local youths who exhibit responsibility and respect towards our community,” says Detachment Com- mander Bryan Mackillop. “These types of positive partnerships with community stakeholders, including our local mer- chants, are instrumental in making our community safer, and subsequently, a bet- ter place to live. The initiative is organized in cooperation with the Communities That Care program (CTC) program, which is coordinated by the Valoris agency.

works are rarely exhibited as their size re- quires special conditions. Jephcott has been living and painting in Vankleek Hill since 1978. She studied at the École des Beaux Arts in Montréal, the Jamaica School of Arts and Crafts, and Mac- donald College in Ste- Anne-de-Bellevue. Her work has been exhibited In Canada and abroad. For more information on her work go to or Google “Sue” or “Susan Jephcott.”

A work by Donald Liardi

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