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    "What Emerges" by Joanna Pettit. Solo show at Gage Gallery September 29 - October 18, 2020 Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 5pm. Sundays, noon-4pm. Artist in attendance to greet the public on Sunday Oct 4 and Sunday Oct 18. View preview webpage here: http://www.artopenings.ca/joanna-pettit.html
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    Xchanges Gallery Is delighted to host PHOTOTEXTRINUM by Randall McGinnis in its physical space September 4-20, 2020. See preview webpage here: http://www.artopenings.ca/randall-mcginnis.html. COVID measures are in place. The artist can welcome four visitors to the gallery at one time. Masks worn inside. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm, Sept 5&6, Sept 12&13, Sept 19&20. Opening on Sept 4, 7-9pm Xchanges Gallery address: 2333 Government St, Victoria, BC V8T 4P4. 250 382-0442; http://www.artopenings.ca/randall-mcginnis.html
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    “Art makes a gift from the heart” Silverman’s background in community service comes forward in her LUSH exhibition. Each of the sixteen works at Gage Gallery are offered to customers on a “Pay as You Can” basis. Proceeds go to the Cool Aid Community Art Program, a weekly drop-in hosted at 755 Pandora Street. Meet Jo-Anne at the opening: March 8, 2-5pm. PREVIEW: http://www.artopenings.ca/joannesilverman.html
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    Wood and Water: Tranquil Moments at Cedar Hill Arts Centre Main Gallery October 22 - November 10, 2019. Wood and Water: Tranquil Moments will include guest artists, students from Joanne’s classes. Opening Reception: Saturday Nov 2, 1-5pm with demonstrations. Preview with photos and story here: http://www.artopenings.ca/joanne-thomson.html
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    Heather Midori Yamada presents “Found" The “art of becoming” is a central theme in the creative outpourings of Heather Midori Yamada. “Nothing is certain in my art practice,” says the artist, “not knowing and understanding is part of my process and ongoing journey.” If Yamada is unsure about the artwork’s meaning and direction, she will let it sit. Often for decades. Each segment has a history which stays hidden until called up. The unfolding piece involves a relationship, between her, the maker, and the artwork coming into existence. By recombining and rearranging elements new meanings come forward. They become “found” moments in time. Preview with photos and story here http://www.artopenings.ca/yamada19.html
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    Haren Vakil & Greg Glover at the Gage Gallery Preview with photos and story here: http://www.artopenings.ca/vakil-glover.html Gage Gallery member Haren Vakil and his invited guest Greg Glover have a lot in common. They met at meetings of the Island Illustrators Society and shared their views on art, politics and the nature of reality. In 2015 they collaborated on an artwork for In Cahoots (Synergy) art show at the Slide Room Gallery. In Wayfarers, Glovers photography and computer graphics added another dimension to Vakil’s boating story. Both men share an upbeat curiosity about the minutiae of existence, and the creative energy to express myriad ideas.
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