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Created at the Canyon 2017:  Artwork will be exhibited August 2nd - September 1st

The Yukon Conservation Society presents:

CREATED AT THE CANYON 2017 Launch Party

Wednesday August 2nd, 5-8pm

Artwork will be exhibited August 2nd - September 1st 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday

Northern Front Studio, Waterfront Station (curved roof bldg)

Six local artists created original works of art inspired by the culturally and ecologically significant landscape of Miles Canyon and the Yukon River.


Six local artists created original works of art inspired by the culturally and ecologically significant landscape of Miles Canyon and the Yukon River.

This year's featured artists:
Shirley Adamson – painting, storytelling
Gorellaume – ink drawing
Anne Hoerber – encaustic (wax) painting
Françoise La Roche – tapestry/rug hooking
Helen O’Connor – paper making and sculpture
Sheelah Tolton – painting and sketch

This FREE special event is part of the Yukon Conservation Society's Guided Nature Hikes Program.

Artwork will be exhibited August 1 - September 1 at the Northern Front Studio, with a Launch Party on Wednesday August 2nd, 5-8pm.

Information here or:
Sarjana Amin, Trail Guide Coordinator: email hikes@yukonconservation.org or call 867-668-5678
Funding for this project made possible through the assistance of Arts Fund, Department of Tourism and Culture, Jeanie Dendys, Minister.
 

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