This is the poster for the community art exhibit I’m involved in with the opening night set for April 15th, 5-7pm, at Anvil Centre in New Westminster.
From a 200 word excerpt (185 words in my case) taken from a much longer story that I wrote, visual artist Eryne Bea Donahue dove into the project, interpreting and conceptualizing my words through visual art.
I was allowed a preview, not the completed piece, and Eryne has created a very interesting interpretation that in the process of her conceptualizing, creating, and producing the art, touches upon the diversity of spaces – geographical, physical, psychological – that run through my longer story, a 2,500 word piece of narrative non fiction.
Looks like there are nine written pieces accompanied by nine visual art conceptualizations.
Consider this your invitation: Anvil Centre. April 15th, 2016. Everyone welcome! 5-7 pm. And afterwards, there’s always that fabulous new Mexican place down the street, El Santo, to go for a drink.
Check out the blog post I wrote after I first met Eryne.