Photo show helps Mossom rebuild

Port Moody painter Sonia Vaz Mais at work. - GAETAN ROYER
Port Moody painter Sonia Vaz Mais at work.
— image credit: GAETAN ROYER

Twenty-one images of the Inlet Artists at work — and captured by Port Moody photographers Tracy Riddell, Gerry Moss, Gaetan Royer, Rainer Daniels and Markus Fahrner — will be on the walls of the Port Moody Public Library next month.

The pictorial study, titled Hands That Shape Our Community, is a project that looks at how 13 of the group’s artists such as potter Gillian McMillian, painter Sonia Vaz Mais and woodturner Des Wilson use their hands to craft art.

The pictures will be for sale, with at least half of the proceeds being donated to the rebuilding of the Mossom Creek hatchery in Port Moody, which recently burned down.


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