A Good Finish to the Art Show

It was a good finish to the art show on downtown Victoria!

Green is the New Black. Birds such as Swallows can be so graceful to watch. Acrylic painting on canvas.
Green is the New Black. Birds such as Swallows can be so graceful to watch. Acrylic painting on canvas.

I was delighted to hear that on the final day of the 50 Shades of Green Art Show the Mayor of Victoria Lisa Helps held a press conference in the board room of The Dock near Chinatown.  The focus of the press conference was her Task Force for Economic Development and Prosperity. Many of our paintings mounted on the vintage brick wall provided a backdrop for her announcements.

Members of the Task Force on Economic Development and Prosperity.
FB_IMG_1430031014501Members of the Task Force on Economic Development and Prosperity. 

Glimpses of our art in the background begin at 0:00:50

Someof the featured artists :

Robin Drader

Melodie Hutmacher

John Comuzzi

Aura Arindam  

John Janzen

Alan Klughammer

Katarina Hardisty

Heather Barr

Elaine Lauzon

Elizabeth Dailey 

Terri Heal 

50 Shades of Green Art Show

Bull kelp painting, art show
The Whisper, 16″ x 20″, oil on canvas painting. Bull kelp is very plentiful on the West Coast.

I’m organizing a group art show called “50 Shades of Green” starting March 18/15 at The Dock Victoria, 300-3 Fan Tan Alley, Victoria BC V8W 1W3

The theme for the art show isn’t about the colour, it’s about nature and the environment.

There will be works from a dozen local artists on display until April 15th. Some of those are:

Robin Drader

Melodie Hutmacher

John Comuzzi

Aura Arindam  

John Janzen

Alan Klughammer

Katarina Hardisty

Heather Barr

Elaine Lauzon

Elizabeth Dailey 

Terri Heal 

 

Hopefully you can join us for the opening reception March 18 6-8pm for a meet-n-greet with refreshments.

See you there!