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  • Chilliwack Visual Artists Association

    (A collaboration by 5 well established Local Artists)

    A refreshing & enlightening exhibit that embraces culture, the humanities and the environment, featuring recent and new artwork by a diverse group of five established local artists.

    Each piece exhibited is totally original; hand crafted and reflects the personality and emotions of their creator resulting in a truly ec-lec-tic collection.

    Ross Paterson: Woodturning Art: Ross marries his knowledge of wood, woodturning  skills and imagination with the natural characteristics of the medium. Most pieces turned are created from trees native to the North West.

    Diane Davidson Bastien: Batik: The medium of Batik involves working with natural                              fiber fabrics, hot liquid paraffin wax and cold fabric dyes. Her inspiration                                     and themes come from her knowledge, research & imagination.

    Mary Stanley:  Pine Needle Basketry: Mary uses fundamental basket weaving skills to create unique pieces. She uses predominantly South or West Coast themes, often applying natural shells, bone or precious stones as embellishment.

    Judy Hurley:  Textile Artist: who loves texture and colour and manipulates ordinary fabrics by, burning, creasing, stitching, wrapping, clamping and embellishing their surface to create extraordinary pictures and panels.

    Greg Laxton Ekberg: Acrylic Paintings. Greg is a painter whose graphic interpretations  reflect a varied appetite. Concerned primarily with colour, contrast and  composition, his subject matter ranges from faces and wildlife to forests and fiddlehead ferns.

    Title:    “ec-lec-tic” Art exhibit

    Where:  O’Connor Group Gallery at Chilliwack Culture Centre Corbould St. Chilliwack

    Dates:   Oct.26th – Nov 25th.

    Open :  Wed – Fri. 12 noon – 5:00pm ( and prior to some theatre shows)

    Reception:  Sat. October 28th, Noon to 3:00pm at the gallery.

    The community is encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to witness the fusion of these five local artists at a unique and inspiring exhibition.

     

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