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Creative journey at MAC

Artist Fiona Dunnett has several large scale pieces on display at the MAC.  - Brenda Gough Photo
Artist Fiona Dunnett has several large scale pieces on display at the MAC.
— image credit: Brenda Gough Photo

The artists who are currently exhibiting their work at the MacMillan Arts Centre (MAC) in Parksville were on hand to talk about their work during a reception on February 3.

Several pieces by Fiona Dunnett who works in large scale and in three dimensions, using techniques and genres like collage, mixed media, photography, and pop art adorned the walls of the Joe Cunningham Ford Gallery. Her multi media work will be exhibited at the MAC until February 25.

Paintings and drawings by students in the Seniors Outreach Art Program (SOAP) are also on display.  Several seniors in District 69 have been learning the skills that have resulted in wonderful artwork. Their exhibition called a Creative Journey in Progress features three different pieces by each senior artist including one of their first projects.

 

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