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Dear art lovers and friends of the Blood Star Gallery,
We're adapting to the current challenges, creatively - like so many others.
The annual ART OFF THE FENCE Show and Sale that we've taken part in for most of the past 24 years, continues. This year we're very happy to have the opportunity to exhibit our work at the commercial hub of the Pender Islands. It's not our usual one acre site for one weekend but a 24 square foot display case for six weeks and we're putting new work in the case each week and also posting it on Facebook and Instagram at Art Off the Fence.
Whether you're on the Pender Islands or the other side of the world, we hope you'll check out our new work.
This is week 2 of ART OFF THE FENCE.
Frank is showing faces, his favourite subject.
Amadeo Modigliani, acrylic on wood panel, 14 x 11, framed
In the Temple of Beauty I, acrylic, transfer and collage on wood cradle, 24 x 24
In the Temple of Beauty II, acrylic and transfer on wood cradle, 12 x 12
Susan is showing just one piece (because it's BIG, well, big for the 24 square foot display case anyway); it's titled The Importance of Plankton VII, and includes a few of the estimated one million microscopic plankton organisms. Susan's thinking is that by showing their beauty in her current plankton series, it will draw attention to plankton's importance to our way of life and to the importance of protecting our oceans from pollution and warming. Every second breath we take is thanks to the oxygen produced by plankton.
The Importance of Plankton VII, acrylic and resin on wood cradle, 30 x 30
We're keeping the Blood Star open 11 to 4 each day by moving our work outside, weather permitting. If you'd like to visit, we recommend sending a text or calling 778 891 9437 to confirm that the weather is co-operating in our neck of the woods.
We'd love to hear from you. How are you staying creative?
Our best to you,
Frank and Susan