(WINDSOR, ON) – These are busy days for Windsor multi-media artist Rashmi Dadwal. This means that in November residents have a double opportunity to view her work.
The 66 year-old is filling her retirement with a growing inventory of stained glass statues, oil paintings, and custom frames. In fact, a project is never completed without a unique frame for each piece.
As The Square reported, a display of some of her art is being shown all month at the South Windsor Recreation Complex. The free showing will be open Mondays through Thursdays, from 7:30am to 9pm, Fridays between 7:30am to 5:30pm, and weekends between 9am and 1pm.
The rest of her work, including an almost floor-to-ceiling stained glass statue, can be viewed at ArtSpeak Gallery in Walkerville. A number of smaller stained glass pieces have been placed in the gallery’s front window.
This will be her 14th showing at ArtSpeak. The current exhibition will run from November 5 through 19, with the opening reception scheduled for tomorrow, November 11, at 6pm.
Dadwal’s styles, and there are many, are a pure reflection of her vast and distinctive interests. Trained in textile design and painting in New Delhi, India, she is largely self-taught in oil paintings and other mediums. Her innovative side is displayed by her willingness to never shy away from unusual colours and textures.