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New art shows at PdA

Blue Spot by Maryam Mohseni - COURTESY OF PLACE DES ARTS
Blue Spot by Maryam Mohseni
— image credit: COURTESY OF PLACE DES ARTS

Coquitlam’s Place des Arts has three new solo shows up this month from three very distinct artists.

Robert Baliello’s experimental exhibition, titled Motion Un-Controlled, featured in the Upper Gallery, highlights the image potential of the motion-controlled equipment he designed 28 years ago with his multi-media company.

In the Mezzanine Gallery is an acrylic painting collection, titled There is Life in the Stone, from Ukrainian-born artist Iryna Nikitinska, who argues through her work that stone can provide life or, specifically, shelter.

And, in the Atrium Gallery, is Maryam Mohseni’s painting series titled Untitled, which depicts her passion for colour and exploring strange and unusual spaces.

The three exhibits will be on display until Feb. 25.

jwarren@tricitynews.com

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