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Douglas College > About Douglas > Groups and Organizations > Amelia Douglas Gallery
Ceramics by Laura Wee Lay Laq
and paintings and sculpture by Marcus Bowcott
In partnership with the 7th Triennial Canadian Clay Symposium
March 18, 2017 at Shadboldt Centre for the Arts
March 2 - April 21, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 2, 4:30-7:30pm
Live music, refreshments, no-host bar
Artists' Talk: Saturday, March 4, 3:30pm
In the gallery
Just as I take from the earth so must I give back. To take earth, give it personal expression, smooth it with a stone, give it to the fire by embedding the clay into the dust of trees and making it vulnerable to the natural elements, completes a cycle in which I am proud to play a part.
-Laura Wee Lay Laq
My early working life was spent in heavy industry, working as a deckhand and longshoreman. The labour was intense, but the money and the time off where instrumental in helping me develop my painting. After years as an art instructor, I have made a full-time commitment to my art, especially with the Vancouver Biennale installation of Trans Am Totem.
The gallery is closed between exhibits
Fourth Floor North, Douglas College
700 Royal Avenue
New Westminster, BC
One block from New Westminster Skytrain Station.
For more information, please contact Krista Eide, Arts Events Officer, email@example.com or 604-527-5723.
Works by artists with and without developmental disabilities
Presented by L'Arche Vancouver
April 27-June 10, 2017
Opening reception: April 27, 4:30-7:30pm
Artists' talk: May 11, 8pm