Multi-media artist Dr. Janice Guthy designs and fabricates her own couture costumes and backdrops for her photoshoots and exhibits them once a year. This year’s show is currently on display at the Tidemark Theatre Gallery until Sept. 30. Photo submitted.

‘Oracle’ another Phantasmagorical Art Show opens at the Tidemark

Dr. Janis Guthy, a Campbell River Chiropractor and a Registered Clinical Counsellor is once again showing her artwork at the Tidemark Theatre.

Dr. Guthy has been a regular at the Tidemark Theatre each year since she graduated from Emily Carr University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2012. What is unique about her shows is that she is a multi-media artist and designs and fabricates her own couture costumes and backdrops for her photoshoots. She shoots twice a year and it is quite an elaborate event. Art shows take over a year to produce and she is working on next year’s show already. This show is entitled ‘Oracle’ and will eventually transpire into Oracle cards anyone can purchase.

Step forward with trepidation through the forest paths where mystical beings are guiding you. Be open and aware that you are not alone. Meet the prophets of the QueenDom of Gutharian. Listen to their prophecies unveiling a collection of life’s experiences as a tool for optimizing your own lives. Imagine the Oracle, as a place dedicated to your divine inspiration. Reach far and wide beyond your grasp. Eventually, you will discover who you really are and realize that your potential is limitless.

Oracle will be on display in the Tidemark gallery until Sept. 30. The gallery is open Tuesday – Friday from 12-4 p.m. Admission is free and all are welcome.

To learn more about Dr. Guthy and her work, head to her website at www.guthygalleries.ca

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Multi-media artist Dr. Janice Guthy designs and fabricates her own couture costumes and backdrops for her photoshoots and exhibits them once a year. This year’s show is currently on display at the Tidemark Theatre Gallery until Sept. 30. Photo submitted.

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