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Two of my vintage analogue Lumen Prints have been selected for auction at ArtBeat Vancouver. Works by fifty up-coming and established local artists have been curated by Lynn Ruscheinsky and will be auctioned at ArtBeat 2015 this Saturday, 25 July at the Belkin Residence (7349 Blenheim Street), 4 – 10 pm.  Event details and ticket purchase details can be found at ArtBeat/Events.

Both Lumen Prints from the Spanish Banks Series were previously exhibited at the in the Emily Carr Awards Exhibition at the Winsor Gallery. These works are early explorations of the Lumen Print process using materials gathered from the seashore.

ArtBeat 2015 is a fund raising event for the expansion of Esther’s Place, a safe house for women fleeing domestic violence, as well as Little Footprints/Big Steps, a charity founded to aid rescuing children from situations of abuse, slavery, homelessness or severe neglect. More details can be found at ArtBeat/The Cause. 

Spanish Banks Impressions 13 (Lumen Print on fibre, unique photogram)

Spanish Banks Impressions 13 (Lumen Print on fibre, unique photogram)

Fan Coral (Lumen Print on Fibre, unique photogram)

Fan Coral (Lumen Print on Fibre, unique photogram)

My current project: five small experimental images in a CARFAC pop-up fundraising show and sale. One day only: Friday, 22 June (10 AM – 7PM) in W2 Community Media Arts Gallery (above Woodward’s Atrium, #250 – 111 West Hastings). Reception with treats to eat: 5 – 7 PM. Good Prices/Good Cause. Bring your friends! See you there! http://wishyouwereherefundraiser.weebly.com/index.html

Preview http://wishyouwereherefundraiser.weebly.com/photography.html

Wish You Were Here: Friday, 22 June, 10 AM – 7PM, W2 Media Gallery, Woodwards, 111 W. Hastings. Reception 5 – 7 PM

 

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