MEMORY

Timesdrifting away with allher yesterdays. An old girlleft wondering how  the young girlin her, is doing now ? Is she playingwith the sunlight tucked inby the moonlight. Onlytime will tell of her silentwishing wells. And theshooting star prays that got lostin the milky way. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.

IN THE LOW

The highs, the lows & all the way arounds. Riding so highshe canbarely see the ground. To the too highs, too lows & too many times around. Hiding in the lowshe'sno where to be found. Kúkwstum̓ckacw / Thank you for reading.

Amie Le Blanc wants to change the way you look at addicts

I was assigned a project at school. I needed to create a work of art that encompassed my growing fury over the fentanyl crisis occurring in Vancouver. For my transformation project, Equal Light, I was finally able to demonstrate how I truly feel when considering people who suffer from addictions. I lost one of my oldest … Continue reading Amie Le Blanc wants to change the way you look at addicts

Patterns

Yes…I like it…but what is it? I’ve heard these words several times with regard to scenes I’ve photographed or painted and I push myself to remember a favourite quote from Alfred North Whitehead whenever they are spoken. He said, “Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of … Continue reading Patterns

Make it to MADE, October 17, for a day of kidlet fun or an evening of grown-up art appreciation

The ever-evolving MADE, celebration of Music Art Dance and Expression, has added some new twists this year, so be sure to mark Saturday October 17 in the calendar and get your art-fix in. Under one roof, at the Pemberton Community Centre. As Pemberton Arts and Cultural Council chair, Marnie Simon says: Come be inspired by … Continue reading Make it to MADE, October 17, for a day of kidlet fun or an evening of grown-up art appreciation