After losing our studio in June, it’s kismet that Rosenwald and Rose have been invited to be artists-in-residence at the Pouch Cove Artist Residency in Newfoundland for the month of August. While there, we will be adding new work to our work in progress.
Since its founding in 1990 by James Baird, The Pouch Cove Foundation (incorporated in 1997) has provided a retreat for more than one thousand visiting artists from around the world, at its facilities on the Northern Avalon Peninsula in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The PCF’s principal interest has been in hosting painters of all genres in its residency program, though the PCF has also hosted filmmakers, composers, musicians, sculptors, writers, poets, installation artists, architects, printmakers and curators. The PCF supports residencies of varying durations ranging from one to three calendar months. You can find out more about the Pouch Cove Artist Residency here: https://pouchcove.org/main/the-residency-program/
We’re grateful to the Pouch Cove Artist Residency for its support.