Eugene Kopeck. Photo Elaina John “Colour has sound to it, and that sound has a healing effect,” local artist Eugene Kopeck muses.
Kopeck began his artistic endeavours in grade school, but slowly distanced himself from the craft as he began pursuing a career and family life. He became a pilot and toured the Antarctic for Ray Nelson of Nelson Lumber in Lloydminster. He resided in Lloydmister for 25 years, until moving to Vermilion five years ago.
“Vermilion was my lucky last
Featured Artist, Sandra Miller pictured beside her oil on canvas painting ‘War Bonnet’. Artists mingled with the crowd to talk about their artworks on display at the 7th Annual Vermilion Spring Art Show in the Regional Center on April 21 - 22. The atmosphere was relaxed and creative as people enjoyed a glass of wine and soaked up the background music performed by the singer/songwriter Catherine Lewans. “The attendance was not as good as last year unfortunately; maybe it is a
Well-known local Artist Shirley Kinneberg from Elk Point will be showcasing her work again at the show this year. Her collection includes landscape paintings produced with oils, acrylics, graphite and water colour. Photo Marie Conboy The local participating artists have been putting the finishing touches to their work recently in preparation for the 7th annual Vermilion Spring Art Show on April 21 and 22. The Chair of the Vermilion Spring Art Show Sandra Miller urged everyone