Terri Whetstone and Kaas Ghanie at The Craig – opening Wednesday, Mar 1st, 7pm

Main Gallery Artist Terri Whetstone
Call and Response: Collages and Paintings
at The Craig Gallery
Opening Wednesday, March 1st 7-9PM
Wine and Cheese – FREE EVENT All welcome!
Exhibit Dates March 1st – March 26.
The Craig Extension Artist Kaashif Ghanie
Ripple: Ceramics
Opening Wednesday, March 1 7 -9PM
All Welcome!
Exhibit Dates March 1st – March 26.
On March 1st we welcome two phenomenal artists to The Craig, the first, Terri Whetstone, originally from Alberta, has staked a claim for herself in Nova Scotia’s Art Community since 1993. 

“I make paintings and collage artworks that amplify a vocabulary of forms and images that are
​ ​threaded through all my work. These are derived from my on-going research into the migration ​ ​of imagery and designs from the East to the West, and collide with my interest in a hybridity of​ ​ideas from botany, post-apocalyptic film and literature, and music.
In our Gallery Extension this month we welcome ceramics by Kaashif Ghanie and his works, Ripple, inspired by the creation of ceramic work to be used as a canvas, a vessel for additional communicative expression. Originally from Ontario, Kaas explores familial ties and cultural and religious elements of upbringing throughout his work.
​”​The pottery wheel thrown platters that Ghanie will create will reconceive colour expectations associate to certain vegetation. A platters physical purpose is to serve and frame food [vegetation] but as a decorative purpose they are great for potters to use as a large canvas. Ghanie uses the platter as a canvas to create his compositions and has found a strong connection in the ceramic history of serving dishes.“​
Two phenomenal exhibits for March in The Craig Gallery! We hope to see you all Opening Night!Join us Wednesday March 1st at 7pm to welcome artist Terri Whetstone with her latest series CALL AND RESPONSE: Collages and Paintings.
Lee Cripps
Fine Arts Program Director
The Craig Gallery Coordinator
Alderney Landing Community Cultural Centre
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