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I am putting on an amazing, super, great, stupendous, all out, no holds barred, free artwork draw! My last draw went to Katherine Clayton, who won a $200 serigraph, Butterflies. The next one will go to whoever enters the draw before my page reaches 500 likes!!!

This draw, I am giving away a superb quality pigmented ink work titled “Bears”.

To enter, simply (1) “like” my facebook page, and (2) post on my wall that you would like to be part of the contest. If you would like to be added to the draw a second time, then share on your Facebook profile about this draw. that’s it, that’s all. Hope to see your name!

Also, I am exhibiting as the Lakes Artisan Centre’s first guest exhibitor. This exhibit goes on for the month of February. Opening night is Friday, Feb 3rd, from 6pm to 8pm at the Lakes Artisan Centre in Burns Lake. I am displaying one of my newest pieces there and it should be a good show.

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Stan Bevan has confirmed that Bill McLennan will be at the longhouse at the college on Wednesday, February 1st. Bill is a renowned speaker and author who co-wrote one of the textbooks that we use in class: The Transforming Image. The Transforming Image project was formed when Bill used infrared film to capture previously unseen images on native artifacts, often covered in patina. Bill is very knowledgeable in the history of the west coast native peoples in BC. This promises to be a very good lecture.

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