Student Art Exhibition


That’s a wrap for Great Beginnings 2020. Thank you to all the elementary school and high school artists and teachers in the Thames Valley  District School Board and the London Catholic School Board.  
Keep being creative, world needs you! Thank you to Beth Green for lending her voice to this video.
Be sure to follow these student artists on Instagram

Looking at art with all 5 senses

Art has the ability to engage all of your senses just by looking at it. This is a technique the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre using when giving tours to a younger audience, but it’s fun for anyone to try.

Clark McDougall Colouring pages...

Clark McDougall (1921-1980) was a St. Thomas, Ontario artist whose work reached critical acclaim before his untimely death in 1980. Survey exhibitions of this artist from St. Thomas were presented at the McIntosh Gallery, the University of Western Ontario in 2011, the St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre and at The Elgin County Museum, St. Thomas. Clark McDougall’s paintings are highly regional in content with a strong emphasis in recording rural landscapes and the world around him. Clark McDougall’s works are in numerous public collections in Canada.  The St. Thomas-Elgin Public Art Centre has the largest collection of Clark's artwork.  We care for over 430 drawings and paintings by Clark McDougall.  In 2017, we featured many unseen works from the generous donation from the McDougall Group, in the exhibition, "the Relentless Pursuit...".  The following colouring sheets were produced as a colouring book to raise funds to care for the works in the permanent collection. 


page one

page 1.pdf 3.9MB

page two

page 2.pdf 2.9MB

page three

page 3.pdf 3.3MB