His solo show opened last evening at Brush Strokes at 129 Bridge Street in Carleton Place to a steady stream of act aficionados.
|A table of smaller metal sculptures.|
|Jack and a visitor in front of Rock the Cradle.|
|A wall of reasonably-priced smaller sculptures.|
|Jack's neice, Anna Wolfe, from Kingston, played flute early in the evening.|
|Marie Brydges and her son, Matt, played music.|
|View from the front door of Brush Strokes. www.brushstrokesart.ca|
Prices range from $35 for smaller pieces, $850 for medium-sized pieces such as Big Mouth and $1,500 for larger pieces such as The Farm and Rock the Cradle.
|Ottawa artist, Patrick E. Greene at the opening.|
|An interesting composition.|