RiverBrink Celebrates Local Artist Monique Mulder-Wallace, Saturday, January 19

RiverBrink Celebrates Local Artist Monique Mulder-Wallace, Saturday, January 19

Pottery PlateRiverBrink Art Museum continues to spotlight and celebrate the talents of Niagara artists by hosting potter Monique Mulder-Wallace as she demonstrates her expertise at the museum on Saturday, January 19, between 1:30 and 3:30. This demonstration will compliment the Icewine Village events that take place in Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake that same weekend. Admission to the museum and its exhibitions are free on January 19.  Refreshments will be available during the demonstration.

RiverBrink Art Museum continues to spotlight and celebrate the talents of Niagara artists by hosting potter Monique Mulder-Wallace as she demonstrates her expertise at the museum on Saturday, January 19, between 1:30 and 3:30. This demonstration will compliment the Icewine Village events that take place in Old Town Niagara-on-the-Lake that same weekend. Admission to the museum and its exhibitions are free on January 19. Refreshments will be available during the demonstration.

Potter Monique Mulder-Wallace creates a diverse collection of work from art pieces and tableware to unique jewellery, through a continuous exploration of form, function, texture, surface decoration and glaze formulation. Her work is both “funky” and practical, and appreciated for its design, colour and creativity. Ms. Muldar-Wallace will be demonstrating her work using the potter’s wheel. Visitors are welcome to try their hand at creating a fabulous pot.

Ms. Mulder-Wallace’s work can be found in RiverBrink Art Museum’s gift shop which features a large selection of gifts made by Niagara artists and artisans. Located at the museum entrance, the Gift Shop acts as a revenue generator for the museum and a creative venue for Niagara painters and artisans. All funds generated by the Gift Shop directly support the development of the museum, its programs and exhibitions. The shop is open to the public through the winter, Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm.