Theatre

Scratching The Surface

Scratching The Surface

Jordan Miller

Round Two?
I'm pleased to be able to re-invite you to "Scratching the Surface" officially open at Gas Station Art Centre until April 15! 19 new works were created from the end of September to the end of October - all of the new works are framed and available for purchase for $200-$220. Please visit 445 River Avenue, Monday to Friday 10am-4pm, call ahead to make sure a staff person is available at 204-284-9477. There are 38 of my works available for your viewing/purchase. When 6 or more pieces sell (so I can cover my framing costs) I will be able to donate an extra 10% of my sales back to Gas Station Arts Centre as theatres have been closed for almost a year and I chose to do this exhibition to show my support.  Now its your turn?

Also! 
January 26th, I launched my new website, a work in progress-always! Please keep checking back for new work. My new works for the exhibition are on the website; however, please make those purchases through Gas Station Arts Centre as all of my sales through my website also support my cre8ery gallery and studio space. You'll know which ones are at Gas Station as they are all of the monoprints, everything else can be purchased through www.jordanlmiller.com . 

Thank you everyone for your support!  I am doing well, all things considered. My gallery (cre8ery) is still standing tall and proud in the arts community and although its quieter than usual, I'm taking this time to breathe, rest, and regain energy and balance.  For more regular updates on what's up please follow me on Instagram @jordanlmillerartist

Be well, stay strong, my love and support to you, whatever you are going through 
xo
Jordan

info@gsac.ca

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Date(s)Nov 10, 2020 to Apr 15, 2021

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