METRO VANCOUVER AND THE NORTH VANCOUVER COMMUNITY ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS – MUSIC IN THE PARK
Join the Capilano River Regional Park for a fantastic afternoon of live musical performances at Metro Vancouver’s Music in the Park in partnership with the North Vancouver Community Arts Council. Bring a picnic and be inspired by visual art displays and demonstrations while enjoying live jazz, folk, acoustic guitar, vocals and contemporary harp, all amongst the stunning backdrop of the North Shore Mountains and Capilano Lake.
• The Grand Trine – Jazz 3:15pm – 5:00pm
• The Lynn Canyon Band – Roots and Folk 5:15pm – 7:00pm
• David Blair – Indie Pop/Acoustic 3:15pm – 5:00pm
• Lora Bird – Acoustic Guitar and Volcals 4:00pm – 5:45pm
• Colette Gariepy – Contemporary Harp 3:00pm – 4:45pm
• Mark and Lorna Fortin – Vocals, Guitar and Cello 4:30pm – 6:15pm
ART DISPLAYS, DEMONSTRATIONS & PLEIN AIR
• Maria Josenhans – As she paints, she sets out to decipher and reconcile the intangible elements of nature before her; the elements that make a moment both fleeting and enduring. Painting in oils out on location and being a part of the environment is an invaluable part of the process when she returns to her studio to create larger works. www.mariajosenhans.com
• Eileen Fong – Her painting style is derived from the unique Chinese Brush Painting techniques. Her love of nature coincides with the beautiful expressions of this art form. www.eileenfong.com
• Gary Eder – An avid painter his whole life, Gary combines his own photography for references to paint acrylic landscapes, harbours and boat paintings. He belongs to a number of Artist groups and has exhibited in numerous juried shows.
• James Elton – James loves painting. He has been painting and drawing his whole life and has worked in all disciplines of the arts. He belongs to a number of Artist groups and has exhibited in numerous juried shows.
• John Winkler – For over forty years John has been creating functional and unique pottery called Cosmic Clay. He carefully responds to the preparation, centering, pulling, and trimming of the clay. His sensitivity to this medium is a deep sense of balance, motion and concious focus, resulting in a form of meditation.
Monday, September 3rd, 2012
3:00pm – 7:00pm
Capilano River Regional Park
Capilano Road, North Vancouver
t: 604.432.6391 or 604.988.6844