New Videos/2020 Events

Guelph Virtual Art on The Street

Guelph Virtual Art On The Street  June 20     https://www.facebook.com/events/631888560734627/

“Art on the Street, Guelph’s flagship art sale and exhibition, is going online for 2020!  A summer staple that showcases regional talent and the beauty of Downtown Guelph, Art on the (Virtual) Street will launch on Saturday June 20th.  A bespoke website, published on the event page at 10am on June 20th, will allow art lovers to browse select works and purchase their favourites online. #AOTS2020″

See me at Art on the (Virtual) Street.pngDue to COVID 19 summer outdoor art shows are postponed until next year.

Call Susan for details on purchasing art at the studio.

519 823 6737

VIDEOS

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9nchJCsw7f8_1TOb1APEXg?view_as=subscriber

 

Sit back for 5 minutes with a cup of tea and take in the sights and sounds.

A virtual art show of Study In Happy Girls with original music.

Earth Everlasting: Featuring my landscape paintings, Happy Girls, original music and poetry.

 

Susan Lapp CV – Click Here

 


 

 

 

 

 


CURRENT GALLERIES

 

Matilda Swanson homepage

185 Marsh Street Clarksburg, ON

Art Gallery of Guelph home page

358 Gordon Street Guelph, ON
Phone: 519-837-0010

artgalia home page

12055 Tecumseh Road East Tecumseh, ON

Phone: 519-735-6928


ART ON DISPLAY IN GUELPH TO CHECK OUT

YORK ROAD KITCHEN

A great spot for any meal or occasion.   648 York Road, Guelph, On.

Karim and Sara have supported me for my entire artist career. In 2000, they saw my work and asked me to hang art in        The Other Brothers Restaurant.  My art graced the walls until it was sold. They took their amazing flair and wonderful food and created York Road Kitchen.

 


ADDITIONAL LINKS

For some of the best original jazz, check out my big brother.

The Canadian Music Centre for great Canadian music: cd’s, sheet music and more

A great guy. A great photographer!

For outdoors enthusiasts to discover beautiful Ontario. One of my favourite parks is French River Provincial Park. Discover where I get my inspiration from.