Sunday, July 12, 2009
I will be exhibiting some of my work at Langley Outdoor Art Exhibition. I will be adding examples of my work, which can be purchased, this week.
Start Time: Saturday, 08 August 2009 at 10:00
End Time: Sunday, 09 August 2009 at 17:00
Location: Acorn Art and Image
Street: 4860-203 Street
The description of the exhibition is as follows:
It is time again when the Langley Outdoor Art Exhibition is in the spotlight. Yes, we said 2006 was to be our fond farewell but we believe the LOAE is a vital part of the visual arts in Langley. Due to an overwhelming and glorious demand from the community we are hosting one more event. Melissa, Helen and Walter have worked tirelessly over ten years to bring Langley this exhibition showcasing quality and fascinating artworks. After this summer, it is unfortunately time to say adieu. The 60 artists that will be exhibiting are a handful of alumni, and a showcase of new artists.For those of you who are new and a run down memory lane here is a little history on the exhibition. The event has taken place every two years (we skipped 2008) at our ½ acre home in a park like setting. This is our sixth year. Since the first show, we have had over 130 artists participate. The concept is educational, displaying a range of visual arts and culture to the public. There has usually been no more than 2 artists exhibiting the same media of high quality work but this year there will be some overlap due to the demand of which artists are coming back. Artists are either emerging or have significant experience in their chosen techniques. It is an exciting time for all involved, sharing each other's work ethics and ideas, and meeting new people especially the curiosity of the public.
During July I had work on display at:
ZEBRACLUB, on 3102 Granville Street, Vancouver.
The five pieces were digital prints on metal, printed with direct UV inks.
The method of printing allows the metal to show through when ever there is white on the photograph.
The piece above is titled Corrugated Shed. It is 48" x 32" in size, the printing method adds to the undulation of
the corrugated metal the shed is constructed from.