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Alberni's DRAW gallery features work of four photographers

The work of photographers(clockwise from top left) Martha James, Laurence Subra-Bieusses, Darren Willis and Lucas Chickite are on exhibit at DRAW Gallery in Port Alberni until Aug. 30, 2014. - Submitted photo
The work of photographers(clockwise from top left) Martha James, Laurence Subra-Bieusses, Darren Willis and Lucas Chickite are on exhibit at DRAW Gallery in Port Alberni until Aug. 30, 2014.
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Show Of Light: Four Photographers Who Turned Photos into Art opened at DRAW gallery in Port Alberni on Aug. 1. The exhibit features the work of Lucas Chickite, Martha James, Laurence Subra-Bieusses and Darren Willis.

There are many various kinds of photography in our lives and these pieces succeed on several levels, says the gallery owner. "Extraordinary landscapes; exploring and experimenting with the elemental components of the photographic medium, dynamic people and interesting places."

This exhibit will show until Aug. 30 at DRAW Gallery.

DRAW Gallery is located Online & on Location at the corner of Melrose Street and Eighth Avenue in the Alberni Valley.  Gallery open Thursday thru Saturday 12 – 5 pm. or www.drawgallery.com.  Call 250-724-2056.

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