She Said, He Said, She Said

'She Said, He Said, She Said' opened at Peace Gallery North on Jan. 12, and features original artworks by Miep Burgerjon, Volker (Mike) Kroecher, and Sandy Troudt, members of the Peace River Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists. The exhibit is on display until Feb. 6.

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'Saskatoon Delight', eco-mono-print on watercolour paper by Miep Burgerjon.
'Aspens in the meadow', oil on canvas by Volker (Mike) Kroecher.
'Old Homestead', acrylic on canvas by Sandy Troudt.
'Portrait of weeds', eco-mono-print on watercolour paper by Miep Burgerjon.
'Canola fields on the upper flats of the Peace', oil on canvas by Volker (Mike) Kroecher.
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