BC Arts Series: Sandra Taylor

July 12, 2007

Dreaming Places, watercolour illustrations by Sandra Taylor

Get in the mood for summer – join Stephen Whipp and his team for local wine, art and music on Thursday July 12, 2007 from 4.30 – 6.30 pm at our offices (202-1005 Broad St, through Flowers on Top and up the stairs).

Artist and singer-songwriter Sandra Taylor will be exhibiting her fanciful watercolour illustrations depicting a series of children’s poems about imaginative exploration.

The paintings centre around natural beauty, some of which is inspired by Vancouver Island and some from the artists’ travels in New Zealand. To correspond with the illustrations she has composed a suite of piano pieces intended to help calm small children (OK, maybe the big ones too) and create a mood for dreaming.

Sandra will perform excerpts from the suite at the opening. Sandra’s songs are melody-driven with interesting harmonies and an ornamented, rhythmic blend of jazz and classical piano accompaniment.

This show is the latest in our BC Arts Series.

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