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"Inertia" by Marie Price

I'm very pleased to announce that I'm participating in an invitational printmaking exhibition:

Making an Impression: Invitational Printmaking Exhibition

with Heather Aston, Marie Price, Rina Pita, William Steinberg, Ingunn Kemble, Marja-Leena Rathje, Patricia Baldwin, Valerie Metz, Susan Campbell, Arnold Shives, Jane Adams, Peter Kiss, Tania Gleave, Gillian Armitage, Michiko Suzuki, Wayne Eastcott, Ross Penhall, and Gordon Smith

Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 11, 6 - 8 pm
Artists' Talk: Saturday, September 15, 2 pm
Exhibition runs September 11 - 29, 2007
Gallery Hours 11am - 5pm, Tuesday - Sunday
Ferry Building Gallery
1414 Argyle Avenue, Ambleside Landing, West Vancouver, BC

I am honoured to be showing with this wonderful group of artists - it should be exciting. I'm looking forward to being at the Ferry Building again. It's a lovely historic old building located on the oceanside next to Ambleside Park and the seawall walk.

If you are in the area, please come by. Hope to see you there!


8 comments

Congratulations! I'm so pleased for you, and wish that I could pop over. I shall look forward to reading about how it goes for you. Enjoy.

Congratulations, sounds like lots of fun and work too.

I'll be there in spirit
Congratulations!

Thanks Olga, wish you could be here too.

Cathy, thank you, it's a great opportunity to show some of my work.

Mouse, your spirit is welcome and thank you!

Bravo Marja-Leena! What an opportunity for you to display your printwork which I really enjoy. It's also a rather special way for you to welcome Autumn with the exhibition being held midway to September 23rd.

Thanks, Roger! It's a great way to start the creative season, with many other shows to see as well. And I just had my first day back at the studio and I'm feeling keen!

Hurrah! This sounds exciting. What are you going to be showing?

Thanks rr. My piece in it is Silent Messengers: Hoodoos II. The opening on Tuesday evening was great, as I wrote about here.