Since the Hudson Medi-Centre opened more than four years ago, one of its waiting room walls has been used as a showcase for local art.
Today a new display is installed: four of the pieces created to celebrate Hudson's 150th anniversary will be shown there for the next two months.
In the spring of this year, Hudson artist Daniel Gautier organized 14 local artists, assigning each of them an aspect of Hudson's history to portray in a 40" x 30" vertical format. The resulting collection was named "Les Mémoires d'Hudson". Banners with images of the paintings have been hung throughout the town, and now the Medi-Centre is delighted to showcase four of the works for the benefit of those passing through.
|Gisèle Lapalme - The Empress|
|Susan Snelgrove - The Hudson Yacht Club|
|Mona Turner - Tribute to Hudson's War Veterans|
|Heather Dubreuil - Greenwood: Layers in Time|
One of the oldest houses in Quebec, Greenwood now serves as a heritage museum and as the home of Hudson's literary festival, Storyfest. Greenwood’s history, built on layers of time, is a patchwork of stories, documents and artifacts.
These four works may be seen at the Hudson Medi-Centre, 465 Main Road, during regular clinic hours, until January 17, 2016.