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PMAC exhibition and studio tour: Otto Kamensek, “Shards, Bone Deep”


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Sculpture exhibition opening: “Shards, Bone Deep,” by Otto Kamensek, April 17

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Port Moody ArtWalk features Pauline Doyle

12th Annual Port Moody ArtWalk


Pauline Doyle

at the Port Moody Arts Centre

April 16th & 17th, noon to 5:00 p.m.

2425 St Johns Street
Port Moody, BC

(604) 931-2008

Pauline Doyle is the Artist-in-Residence at the Port Moody Centre and, as such, she manages the Clay Department, teaches classes to people of all ages, and works in her art studio. “I am inspired by visual artists and other art forms such as poetry, drama or music. Life and nature inspires me as well,” writes Pauline in her Artist’s Statement. I’ve seen Pauline Doyle work over a period of several years and find work highly imaginative and her techniques refined. She explores themes in an in-depth fashion. Come on down to the Port Moody Arts Centre tomorrow to see Pauline’s artwork firsthand and to talk with her in person! If you want to read more about Pauline’s work, click here. Inquiries can be directed to info@pomoartscentre.ca.

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Pauline Doyle’s Solo Show: “Still Life”

Port Moody Arts Centre presents Pauline Doyle in a solo show opening Friday, November 12th. Still Life will be shown in the 3-D Gallery at the centre, located at 2425 St. Johns St., Port Moody, and the Opening Reception runs from 6-8 p.m.

“Resident Artist Pauline Doyle wears many hats at the Port Moody Arts Centre. She runs the Open Studio sessions, looks after kiln firings, mixes slips and glazes, orders materials and instructs hand-building courses. At other times, you may find her creating ceramic artwork in her own studio at the centre.

A graduate of Fine Arts at the University of British Columbia, Pauline continued with her study of ceramics at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design.”


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