Great Blue Heron by Agassiz photographer Fred Gornall will be one of the many photographs on display at this year’s Nature Exposed Photo Expo.

Nature Exposed photo exhibit this weekend

Workshop included in weekend art show in Harrison Hot Springs

Once again, Tourism Harrison and the Harrison Resort and Spa have combined to sponsor Nature Exposed in Harrison Hot Springs.

The public is invited to attend this photography exhibition where local photographers Aaron Goodis, Fred and Delphine Gornall, Vickie Legere, Francine Roulston, and Clancy and Jenny Wolpert are presenting their work.  The show will run in the Coronet Room of the Harrison Resort and Spa Nov. 29 and 30, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“The theme of our show will be nature with an emphasis on wildlife and Bald Eagles in particular. But as our exhibitors are all from the Upper Fraser Valley there will be a number of local scenes and other local subjects offered,” says show co- organizer Fred Gornall.

There will be a selection of framed, ready to hang pictures as well as matted, frame ready prints, as well as a selection of greeting cards, including some Christmas Cards depicting local scenes.

This year’s show will also include a series of free workshops organized by Vickie Legere and presented by the show’s photographers. The show and workshops are open to everybody.

For more information, and to view the workshop schedule, visit www.tourismharrison.com.

 

 

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