Robert Moon’s Swami Vishnu #5

Arts Council curating Robert Moon exhibit in Tin Town

Comox Valley Arts Council is presenting an external gallery exhibit at Red Tree Coffee Shop in Tin Town.

The exhibit is a show of paintings and prints in a Robert Moon mini-retrospective. Five decades of artwork representing a variety of mediums and genre.

Robert graduated from San Fransisco Art Institute in 1970 and moved to Canada in 1986 where he worked in a variety of art related jobs including designing and building parade floats, theatre sets and 10 years as a special effects co-ordinator in the burgeoning Vancouver film industry.

He moved to the Comox Valley in 2003.

This show is not to be missed.

An examination of such vast creativity and expertise as this is rarely seen together in an exhibit.

The show runs until Sept. 15 at the Red Tree Artisan Cafe 106-2456 Rosewall Cr. Courtenay.

 

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