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Liberty Art "Exposed" Event at Liberty Flagship Store on Broadway

Oct 19, 2006

By Catherine Barr


West Vancouver businessman Glenn Bailey has been successful in many ventures. His Liberty stores are known for their luxury items and art pieces. Last Thursday, at Liberty's flagship store on Broadway, Glen and a gala list of guests celebrated local artists during "Exposed" - a semi naughty but nice exhibit and party that featured live nude figure drawing, fabulous food, cheeky cocktails and a half-dozen local artists.

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Restauranteur Jeff Fuller (left), of Joeys and Earls fame, mixed and mingled with fellow West Vancouverite and Employee Strategies president Darrell Ert.
David Kershaw, who owns West Vancouver's Ocean Club ultra lounge, and beautiful Yvonne Ng were among the guests treated to appies and "nude" martinis.
Software uber-millionaire Dick Hardt (left) and North Shore Credit Union CEO Chris Catliff got a chance to browse the art of over half-a-dozen featured artists.
Live nude figure drawing helped add a sexy ambience to the spectacular setting inside Liberty's flagship store.
Liberty owner and West Vancouverite Glenn Bailey and store GM Colette Soros welcomed friends, guests and Hollywood celebs.
Nicola Bailey (left), wife of Liberty owner Glenn Bailey, and friend Kym Catliff celebrated with other North Shore friends in the crowd.
Immedia's Samantha Geer (left), businessman Simon Collinge and actor Holly Dignard, who can be seen on CTV's newest series "Whistler", enjoyed libations and conversation at Liberty.
Actor Anne Heche, who stars in the new Squamish filmed tv series "Men in Trees", and husband Coleman 'Coley' Laffoon were more than impressed with the store and the art displayed.



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