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An expression of 'joy found in nature'

Artist Krista Eaton
Artist Krista Eaton's work is now on display at the Semiahmoo Arts gallery. An opening reception will be held tonight (April 7).
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A new show of paintings – Krista Eaton: Found In Nature – runs until April 29 at Semiahmoo Arts' gallery, 90 - 1959 152 St (Windsor Square).

An opening reception will be held tonight, April 7, 7-9 p.m. with the artist in attendance.

"In this show I hope to portray my love for colour and expression of the joy found in nature; the beauty of flowers, or landscape, or in a bowl of fruit," Eaton said.

A graduate of the Emily Carr School of Art and Design, Eaton began her professional career in 2003, and – although she has worked with a wide range of media – now paints exclusively in acrylics.

The Crescent Beach-based painter is a member of the Canadian Federation of Artists and the White Rock and South Surrey Art Society.

She has had more than 20 one-woman shows at different Lower Mainland venues, including the West Vancouver Public Library, and has sold to collectors in Canada, the U.S., Britain, Germany, Belgium and Taiwan.

For more information, call 604-536-8333, or visit www.semiahmooarts.com

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