Monthly Archives: February 2018

Art Exhibit – Crowsnest Pass Gallery

The Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery will be holding their annual No Particular Topic exhibition February 24 – March 25. All works are by local artists and will encompass a variety of mediums such as acrylic, oil, felted wool, sculpture, glass, watercolor, and photography. The opening reception will be held Saturday, March 3 (1-3 pm).

One of my photographs, Morning Light on Coneflower, will be on display in this show. Information on this photograph can be found on the Exhibits page of my website. If you are going to be in the neighborhood, and have the opportunity, be sure to stop by the gallery. There’s sure to be something of interest for everyone. The art gallery is located along Highway 3 in the town of Frank. Admission is free.

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Fly-Tying: The Angler’s Art


If you’re a fly-fishing enthusiast, you’re probably aware there’s another aspect to the sport that goes hand-in-hand with this popular piscatorial pursuit. Many fly anglers also make (tie) their own artificial flies. It’s a great feeling of accomplishment when you create something out of colorful bits and pieces of feather, fur, wool, and other natural or man-made materials, and then use it to catch a fish. Continue reading »

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