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Needle Doodle show to feature work from Elizabeth Carefoot

"A circus in a tiny space," is the description for Needle Doodle, the current show by South Surrey's Elizabeth Carefoot.

The show, featuring new work by the well-known Crescent Beach multi-media artist and dance mentor, runs until Jan. 4 at the Amelia Douglas Gallery, Douglas College (700 Royal Ave., New Westminster).

Methods and materials in Carefoot's creative universe include acrylic painting, found objects, machine and hand-stitching, coloured pencils, inks, transfers and embellished acid etching.

"In my artwork, be it painting, fabric art or construction, elements of surprise, playfulness and personal symbolism are important," Carefoot says.

"I try to make the viewer see something in a new way and invite personal interpretation."

For more information, call 604-527-5723.

 

 

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