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The Mary E. Black Gallery at the Nova Scotia Centre for
Craft and Design, 1683 Barrington Street, Halifax, is
hosting an exhibit of fine woodworking, titled, "Once a
Tree" until Oct. 28, 1995.
Presented by the Atlantic Woodworkers Association, this
juried exhibition features a variety of quality woodcrafts
created by its members. Their high calibre of woodwork
effectively combines exciting new designs and ideas with a
knowledge of traditional working principles.
The craftsperson, the innovator, the professional, the
amateur are presenting their best for the public's perusal,
and enjoyment in their show, "Once a Tree".
The following woodworkers are featured in the exhibit - Jeff
Amos, Bridgewater; Roger Barakett, Armdale; Ian Bond,
Dartmouth; Warman Castle, Pugwash; John Clark, Lower
Sackville; Michel Comeau, Halifax; Rosslyn Duffus, Waverley;
Steven Gold, Armdale; (the late) Frank Graham, Dartmouth;
Larry Graham, Dartmouth; Dave Heffler, Lakeview; Bob Ivimey,
Dartmouth; Eric Jollymore, Hubbards; Edward Kirk, Bedford;
Eric Levy, Dartmouth; George MacDonald, Upper Kennetcook;
John Macnab, Halifax; Allan Matthews, Mount Uniacke; Tom
McCluskey, Dartmouth; Clifford Moase, Dartmouth; Mike Orr,
Halifax; Chris Oulette, Mahone Bay; Adrian Page, Berwick;
David Chaplin Saunders, Chester; Steve Sekerak, Halifax; Ian
Urquhart, Dartmouth and Leo Velleman, Armdale.
The Mary E. Black Gallery is open to the public from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Contact: Nova Scotia for Craft and Design
trp                      Oct. 3, 1995