Art Show – Above and Below the Surface

Lit by Poets, 2012, mixed media on wood, 24" x 24", SOLD

Lit by Poets, 2012, mixed media on wood, 24″ x 24″, SOLD

Come join me for the Above and Below the Surface art show opening on April 5th. Admission is free for the opening reception. My painting Lit by Poets, which is pictured above, will be on display for this group show. Alongside several artists, I will be doing an artist talk on April 6th. Show details and children’s workshop info are below.

Britannia Mine Museum presents:

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art work by students and instructor Emily Carr University
Barbara Arnold, Cathy Blake, Louise Bunn, Francine Desjardins, Zohar Fiszbaum, Vanessa Lam, Shari Pratt, Virginia Railton, Peter Sickert, Catherine Sully and Sandra Trubin,
curated by Jeanne Krabbendam,
All pieces in this art show are either collected or actually created with the theme of this exhibit in mind. The art show features works in 2D and 3D by a group of students and their art teacher.
Opening Reception Friday April 5, 2013  6:00 – 8:00 PM 
artists in attendance
(free admission on opening night)
Exhibit runs Wednesday April 3 through Monday April 29 during museum hours (daily 9.00 AM – 5.00 PM). Free for members or with regular admission.
Artists talks and children’s workshop: Saturday April 6, 2013  2:00 – 4:30 PM

Mining Your Mom’s Kitchen Drawers!

This free art workshop offers children (or anybody else who feels young and playful)  the possibility to build an art work in an actual box. Based on and inspired by famous artists from all over the world, you will create a fun piece of mixed media art. The workshop will be coached by instructor Jeanne Krabbendam (Emily Carr University of Art and Design) and her students. They will get  you to work with paint, papers, glue, figurines and anything else that you bring to the workshop – out of your mom’s kitchen drawers – or maybe the garage…. Bring your painting clothes or some cover up; you might get a bit messy!

This is a workshop for anybody who would like to try something new. Children ages 4 and up will take the most out of this workshop.

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