REPORTING · 22nd November 2010
For those who have yet to see the Recorded Light and Inspired By Nature exhibit, you still have a few days.
The current exhibit as earlier reported, showcases the photography of Shaofang Yao-Tomlin and the paintings of Anita Desnoyer.
The exhibit runs until this Saturday. So if you find yourself looking for something to do that doesn't require you to freeze half to death, the art gallery may be the place to be.
Desnoyer has been painting for 9 years and was originally drawn to it by watching Bob Ross's show. She always knew she could draw but didn't realize that she could paint. She has been painting ever since.
When talking about the north being her inspiration she talked about it's beauty. "How can you not be inspired," said Desnoyer.
Desnoyer added that she often uses various pieces of nature which she stumbles upon and puts them together to create a painting.
Shaofan Yao-Tomlin is a photographer currently living in Smithers.
"From gorwing up and Living in Ansham City (China) and all of it's pollution to living in Smithers and always traversing the SmithersTerracePrince Rupert highway in constant appreciation of the northern light of B.C., Shaofang cannot imagine ever leaving her new heartland of pure light and beauty."
For more info on this exhibit, please call the Terrace Art Gallery at 638.8884
hurry hurry hurry
Comment by Terrace Art Gallery on 25th November 2010
Hurry, hurry, hurry. These two fine exhibits will be gone very soon. Of course, we will be stuffing our walls with an abundance of wintery goodness throughout December, but try not to miss our Novembery wondrousness.