Renowned Antiguan and Barbudan artist (and artiste) Heather Doram will have her work (pictured above) featured alongside 40 other Pan American artists when the Pan Am/Parapan 2015 Games open.
The Textile Museum of Canada is pleased to announce Watercolour, a cultural project presented in partnership with the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games. Celebrating the culture and artistry of Pan American nations, Watercolour will comprise 41 sails featuring artwork by one artist from each participating country. Encompassing work from internationally renowned to emerging and mid-career artists, the designs will animate sailboats on Lake Ontario with their rich visual diversity during ceremonies at the Toronto 2015 Games.
Full details in this release from the Textile Museum of Canada: TMCPressRelease_WatercolourPanAmericanGames_May62015artists
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