Little did I know that by age 60, my eyes would have been opened to a world of new ideas, new theologies, different types of faith, and a new love for art and poetry.
As a fourth-year art and design major at Trinity Western University, and exhibition and public activities manager at The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford, B.C., Diana Hiebert is both exploring her own creative ability and empowering community artists to do the same. She participated in last year’s Sand and Polish: Making Things New exhibition, organized by Artisan Church in the Vancouver Public Library’s Moat gallery, and is currently working toward her graduation exhibition at TWU.
Artist tells stories of refugee women To keep a memory alive, curator and artist Ray Dirks reached for an unusual solution. Dirks has embarked on a project to paint as…
Faye Hall used her art to “pay it forward.” She describes the chain reaction creative collaboration she contributed to when she painted a picture based on a photograph of a poet whose sonnets inspired her boss to use them as lyrics on his CD project.