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Earth, Wind and Fire at Ferry Building Gallery

Jan 20, 2004

By Catherine Barr


Meanwhile, at West Vancouver's Ferry Building Gallery, a new exhibit has opened. "Earth, Wind and Fire" features five local artists whose mixed media creations are sure to inspire. An opening night artsts' receptioin was held on Tuesday and the exhibit runs until Feb. 8th.

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North Vancouver artist Miriam Aroeste's work consists largely of beautiful Raku pieces with titles like "Emerging" and "Third Eye".
Using acrylic and other mixed media was artist Ursula Salemink-Roos who posed next to her piece entitled "Moon Song".
Ines Ortner-Gigling's work reflects earthy warm tones and creative canvas textures.
North Shore artist Erin Evans' work evokes powerful emotions and is created using a unique approach to layers and depth.


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