Artwork from children’s book in spotlight in Fernwood

A little gallery and gift shop will feature pieces from children’s book Uirapuru written by P.K. Page and illustrated by Kristi Bridgeman.

Works from Uirapuru are on display at the She Said Gallery in Fernwood.

A little gallery and gift shop in the heart of Fernwood will feature pieces from children’s book Uirapuru written by P.K. Page and illustrated by Kristi Bridgeman.

March 14 to April 28, Illustrations by Saanich artist, Bridgeman will be featured at the She Said Gallery,  2000 Fernwood Rd.

Shortlisted for the Governor Generals Award for book illustration and winner of the 2011 Bolen Book Children’s Book Prize, Uirapuru (pronounced Oorapooroo) is fast becoming a favourite bedtime read.

Both framed and unframed original and collectible pieces from the book will be available.

For more information go to shesaidgallery.ca.

 

 

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