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Sun. May 21st 2017
Cowichan Valley Arts & Wine Festival 2017 Roger Jackson, Masimba Marimba @  Vigneti Zanatta Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sat. May 20th 2017
Cowichan Valley Arts & Wine Festival 2017 Roger Jackson, Genevieve Charbonneau (& Friends) @  Vigneti Zanatta Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sat. July 9th 2016
Visions Art Studio Tour Donna Birtwistle, Neil Fatin, Terry Harrison, Bev Robertson, Cher McKittrick, Lorna Robertson, Lorraine Hawe, Kathy Curry Hill, Karen Bottcher, Kmit, Tyler Hayes, Michele Heath, Carolyn McDonald, Joan Tuff, Beverlee McLeod, Edie Miller, Rosemary Danaher, Penny Jones, Nathalie Mansey, Charlotte Haggart, Sue Coleman, Joanne Kimm, Ken Broadland, Laurel Hibbert, Lyndsay Hunley, Roger Jackson, Carol Borrett @  All over the Cowichan Valley Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Roger Jackson

Confirmed: Mar. 6, 2017

Marine themes and landscapes in oil and acrylic from Mill Bay BC

Now retired and living in Mill Bay on beautiful Vancouver Island, surrounded by inspiration.

I started painting in 1992 while living in Ontario. The process of painting and its challenges are exciting, working to capture how I feel about my subject. I paint in oil and acrylic, either plein air, from personal reference photos, or a combination of both.

My subjects are varied. I love the beauty of nature and its creatures that share this planet with me. I am intrigued by structures that still stand after witnessing hundreds of years of passing lives, trying to sense what life was like for the labourers who built these monuments and for the many who were sheltered within. Working boats are another of my focus subjects, whether at the dock or on open water. I’m inviting the viewers into these spaces, to feel they are part of the scene.

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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division