Points of View a vibrant and varied celebration of the Peace

The Flying Colour Artists Association celebrated another vibrant opening of its latest Points of View exhibit on March 1. 

The annual show features 16 artists and their unique takes on photographs from around the Peace Region, translating them into acrylic and oil works on canvas, encaustic hot wax paintings, moccasins, charcoal sketches and more.

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Featured artists include Donna Bozarth, Carolyn Plunkett, Lorna Penner, Linda Haugen, Miep Burgerjon, Charlie Parslow, Celine Neurath, Mary Parslow, Ken Lane, Aurora Morgan, Diana Hofmann, Lindsay Jardine, and Mike Kroecher.

The exhibit runs through March at Peace Gallery North. See some highlights of the exhibit below.

"Colour Me Deer" by Mary Parslow.
"Attempted Murder" by Lindsay Jardine.
"Close Encounter" by Ken Lane.
"Deer Dad," a pair of moccasins made by Lorna Penner.
A selection of work at Points of View 2019.
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