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Virtual Gallery: Mother and daughter, Darlene and Tracy Fillion, open gallery show of clay and textiles
The show Kindred Hands: Textiles and Clay was scheduled for May 2020 at The Art Gallery Osoyoos, but Covid cancelled it. A year later, mother and daughter Darlene and Tracy Fillion have opened their show with Covid precautions in place.
The show opens Thursday, April 29 and runs to Saturday, May 22, 2021.
Darlene is a local potter whose work ranges from decorative wall hangings to more functional bowls and cups along with little ceramic flowers on logs and bark.
Tracy Fillion has a home studio near Nelson, B.C., where she operates We Are Stories, a textile company. She designs, cuts, prints and sews primarily eco and thoughtfully sourced materials.
The gallery is located at 8713 Main St. in Osoyoos, B.C., just west of Town Hall. It is open Wednesday to Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.
For more information about these two artists, please visit the Virtual Gallery published here last year about their cancelled show.
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Author: Richard McGuire
Richard McGuire is an Osoyoos photographer who worked at the Osoyoos Times between 2012 and 2018, first as reporter and then as editor. He has a long career in journalism as well as research, communication and management at the House of Commons in Ottawa and in the federal government.
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