Still time to vote for members’ show People’s Choice Award

The Campbell River Art Gallery’s 29th Annual Members’ Show will soon be wrapping up.

The Campbell River Art Gallery’s 29th Annual Members’ Show will soon be wrapping up.

If you haven’t seen the impressive array of work by local area artists, do stop in at the gallery.

You can place your vote for the People’s Choice Award, which will be announced on the last day of the show April 8.

The Members’ Show opening night reception was a gala event. Jurors Ja Whitcomb and Elizabeth Russell spoke about the jurying process and shared their insights on award winning pieces.

The two Awards of Excellence went to Dawn Mahaney-Palmerly for her photograph Exposure of Man, and Peter Davies for his painting Soup Kitchen.

Awards of Merit went to Dianne Bersea for Beach Morning, Karen Martin Sampson for her portrait painting To Tell a Story, Lyndia Terre for Grasses, Martina Kowalchuk for her wall sculpture Catch and Release, and Carolyn Hunter’s fabric art hanging Migration.

Honourable Mentions went to Carol Seeley’s Portal 1: Il Colosso de Pompeii. Sioux Hartle’s Regrowth, Jody Lloyd’s See Thru Legs, Dawn Piche’s From Forest Floor, Angela Hanuse’s Reflections, and Christina Munck’s Bluffs-Quadra island.

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