Andrew and Glenna Ferguson view the works of John Grey-Noble.

Gallery West features bold close-ups

John Grey-Noble presents his latest paintings at South Shore Gallery in Sooke

A new solo show has opened at Gallery West featuring the works of Sooke artist John Grey-Noble.

Noble graduated from the Alberta College of Art, majoring in painting and printmaking.

He moved to Sooke inn 2006 after a career in Vancouver. He built his studio Ravens Home which looks across the valley towards Otter Point and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. His paintings are in private collection throughout Canada, U.S.A., Denmark, Australia and England. He has shown his work at the Sooke Fine Arts Show for the past five years.

Grey-Noble’s has 17 canvases hung at Gallery West in the South Shore Gallery at 2046 Otter Point Road.

“They are bold, close-ups of the natural world,” said Elizabeth Tanner, gallery owner.

The show will run to June 24 and Grey-Noble will be in attendance at the gallery for four Saturday afternoons (June 1, 8 and 15) during the duration of the show from 12  to 3 p.m.

For more information go to: http://theravenshome.blogspot.com/

For more information  on the gallery go to: southshoregallery@yahoo.ca

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