Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Works of North Coast Artist Kelli Clifton on display through January

This  holiday season provides a chance for North Coast residents to see some of the highly acclaimed work of Gitga'ata artist Kelli Clitfon, with a wide range of her work on the themes of fishing, Sm'algyax and Life on the Coast now on display at the Museum of Northern British Columbia.

A reception to introduce the works of Ms. Clifton was held on December 11th and since that point the gallery has been a destination for many looking to learn more about the artist, her work and the connection to the North Coast.

The Museum of Norther BC
is hosting an exhibit from
North Coast artist Kelli Clifton
As we outlined on the blog earlier this year, the artist has most recently been part of the community at the Sante Fe Art Institute, her work was recently feature as part of the popular SFAI 140 project.

You can contact the Museum at 250-624-3207 to learn what their holiday hours are,  and your chance to explore some of the region's history, offering up an interesting way to spend an afternoon during the holiday break.

More on the Museum of Northern British Columbia can be found from their website here.

To learn more about the work of Ms. Clifton see her Facebook page and website

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