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December 31, 2019
Dear art lovers and friends of the Blood Star Gallery,
It’s been an exciting year in art and we’re already looking forward to the next one.
Frank is pleased to have his digital work represented in an upcoming exhibit at The Gallery at Vancouver’s venerable Cultch; the artists' reception is Wednesday, January 8, 6 to 8 pm and the exhibit runs until January 25.
Purple Sky by Frank Ducote, digital print face mounted on aluminum
Susan has work accepted in the juried Federation of Canadian Artists Works on Paper Exhibit that opens at the FCA Gallery on Granville Island January 21 and runs until February 2.
Home by Susan Taylor, ink and watercolour on paper
There’s a brand new gallery on Pender Island, The Gallery at Hope Bay, with work by many of the Penders’ artists and artisans. Susan’s very pleased to have work from her The Importance of Plankton series in The Gallery’s Winter Exhibit. The Gallery’s winter hours are Thursday to Saturday 11 to 4.
The Importance of Plankton VIII by Susan Taylor, acrylic/resin on wood panel
For a few more days, the Small Packages Exhibit is on the walls at Talisman Books and Gallery on Pender Island; we both have small works in this exhibit.
Into the Light by Frank Ducote, digital painting face mounted on aluminum
Saw-whet Owl in a Storm by Susan Taylor, acrylic on paper
And as always you can visit our mostly up-to-date online gallery from the comfort of your cozy winter digs.
With that we’re bidding adieu to the old year with all of its troubling environmental, social and political woes, finding joy close to home in our families and in art making.
We thank all of you, old friends and new, who support us in what we love to do and wish you a healthy and joyful 2020 with new adventures in it.
Susan and Frank