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Event Archive - Vivid Group Art Show: Brenda Isaak Takao, Claudia Lohman, Katherine Moore, Ted Jolda, Diane Brinton, Majie Lavergne

Sat. September 21st 2019 - Sun. September 29th 2019 Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery Ladysmith BC (All Ages)
11am to 4pm daily
Opening: Saturday 21st September 2019
Opening Reception September 21st at 6pm, everyone welcome!
The Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery is excited to present Vivid, an art show not to be missed!
Featuring 6 artists, “this show represents the coming together of a new mix of artists,” said Brenda Isaak Takao of Blue Seed Studio, and one of the artists. “We have a blend of glass artists, painters, mixed media and metal artists, as well as jewellers.”

Claudia Lohman’s paintings have a whimsical style featuring bold lineation and tincture with subtle shapes and symbolism that she calls “imaginative geometric abstract.” Katherine Moore of Strange Bird Studio creates sketches from her photography of animals, plants and landscapes to develop her designs. She then transfers the image to glass to create curious and eclectic fused glass art, dishes and ornaments.

Ted Jolda’s glass art is internationally sought after, and he has been called the nation's preeminent ornament maker. Diane Brinton has built a wide-ranging expertise with glass and precious metal clay (PMC). In her home studio she creates glass art pieces using mosaics, PMC, fused glass, flame sculpted glass and blown glass. Majie Lavergne is an award winning French abstract painter, and Brenda Isaak Takao creates sensuous flowers and seed pods out of metal as well as striking mixed media paintings featuring the natural world.

Everyone is welcome and please come and meet the artists at the opening reception.


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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