ART TO GO SHOW
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 AND
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2022
10 AM TO 5 PM BOTH DAYS
Port Moody Recreational Centre
300 Ioco Road
Port Moody, B.C.
This is the Port Moody Art Association's 53rd Annual Exhibition and Sale of Original Artwork.
You are invited to come and join us and enjoy the original artwork on display.
Although our show and sale is a little smaller than it has been in the past,
we are excited to be back and offer you the opportunity
to own creative and original art by our local artists.
And Something New
All purchases can be taken home at the time of sale, after all, it is an
"ART TO GO" exhibition.
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Painting of the PMAA Show easels and panels
Marian and Irene met with Devin Jain and two of his workers at 8:30am at the Kyle Center to coordinate the painting of the easels! The parking lot was covered with plastic first, then the city staff carried the stands up from the storage area. The easels were set up and painted and makeshift saw horses used to paint the panels on.Marian supplied muffins and cinnamon rolls and Irene supplied cold pop and water. Everyone pitched in and the painting went quickly and the team was done by 2:30pm..... the city staff returned the stands to the basement of Kyle. Special thanks to the Devin Jain and his workers. We would like to thank the PMAA members that spent the day painting!Irene Giesbrecht, Marian Hazelwood and husband Ivan, Marjorie Turnbull and husband Alan, Christine Yurchuk, Wendy Milne, and Pat Meakin.......People that were not able to be there all day but gave us a few hours: Helen Ramsay, Peggy Scott Dunn, Pat Hill and Kuang Tseng.
Half a century for Port Moody Art Association
In Vancouver’s Expo year of 1986 — and after she saw her youngest son enter kindergarten — Coquitlam painter Marian Hazelwood got an invite to an art show at Dogwood Pavilion. Hazelwood had . . .
In Memory ofJoan Rusby
Passed Away November 1, 2016
Joan was a member of PMAA for almost 40 years. She was loved for her acserbic and hilarious sense of humour as well as her unique paintings such as "Waiting For". This acrylic painting was chosen by the City of Port Moody in 2007 as part of their permanent collection. Our sympathies go out to the family especially daughter Sally, who faithfully chauffeured Joan to our meetings and events.
"Waiting For" by Joan Rusby
The Port Moody Art Association Launches Scholarship:
In honour of or 50th year, the Port Moody Art Association is very pleased and proud to be presenting a scholarship for $500.00 to a graduating student from Port Moody Senior Secondary School. The student will be one who has shown ability and interest in pursuing a career involving Fine Arts whether it be in print making, fabric art or painting. They will be furthering their career in an accredited program at Emily Carr or Langara college, or a university. The student will be chosen by teachers involved in the arts programme in school district 43. Our club's philosophy is one of fostering artistic development of our members through workshops and demos by well known artists. Our club is known for the professional quality of shows we exhibit and the high standard of work of our many members. We feel we are in a position to help a young enthusiastic student further their dreams through this scholarship.