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Event Archive - Group Show “Staccato”: Shelby Assenheimer, Frances Beckow, Janis Blyth, Kirsten Brand, Marilyn Chapman, Margo Cooper, Deirdre Kelly, Gillian Redwood, Joanne D Thomson, Liz Wells, Heather Midori Yamada, Cameron Kuntz, Natalie Shumka, Jill Hirschbold, Barry Herring , Carmen Seggar

Tue. July 5th 2016 - Sat. August 13th 2016 Gage Gallery Arts Collective (All Ages)
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Opening: Thursday 14th July 2016
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Free

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Visual Arts:
Group Show “Staccato” July 5th - Aug. 13th
Gage Gallery Arts Collective,
2031 Oak Bay Avenue
Victoria, B.C.

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Margo Cooper (figurative abstract)

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Margo Cooper studied Fine Arts at Langara College in Vancouver in the mid 1980s, where she received awards for her painting and printmaking. After living in Penticton for many years, where she was a member of the Tumbleweed Gallery, she and her family moved to Victoria in 2006. Margo is now a very active member of the Gage Gallery, 2031 Oak Bay Ave... more info
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Joanne D Thomson (watercolour on paper and canvas)

Thomson is a full-time visual artist specializing in watercolour for illustration and fine art. Her quiet and contemplative approach to art making is evident in her landscapes, illustrations and in her now completed 'mason jar’ series. An excellent instructor, Thomson holds a Masters degree in Adult Education and is active in the community as an... more info

Heather Midori Yamada

artist/ teacher of contemplative approaches to art making using mixed media means including Japanese hand made washi papers in collage, printmaking and mixed media canvasses and banners. Influenced by practises- yoga, meditation, buddhism, ikebana, shodo... more info
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