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Collaborative Canadian collage unveiled at Portage vernissage

 The Stone School Gallery hosted a vernissage Friday evening, welcoming guests to enjoy a wide variety of mediums and works from stained glass to portraits and photography. Glen Hartle displays his brainchild, a collaborative effort between nine local artists to depict their image of Canada within the subsections of the Canada 150 logo.

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Teuma-Castelletti
PORTAGE DU FORT
Sept. 15, 2017
A uniquely Canadian piece of art was unveiled last Friday evening at the Stone School Gallery and it’s the collaborative effort of local artists that makes it all the more special.
Combining the talents of nine artists, the Canada 150 logo was recreated – albeit with a twist.
Celebrating many different aspects and understandings of Canada, focusing on the natural wonders around the artists everyday, the piece sits boldly in the gallery allowing the separate sections to stand out against a black backdrop.

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