Artist goes from group to solo show in Port Coquitlam

An artist who next week will wrap up a group show in Port Coquitlam will continue with a solo exhibit for another month.

An artist who next week will wrap up a group show in Port Coquitlam will continue with a solo exhibit for another month.

Tamana S.H. Djuya will end Tao of Clay and Paper with four other artists at Leigh Square Community Arts Village on Monday and, on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7 p.m., will open Arzo & Omid.

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Her show, which runs until Feb. 8, is translated to mean Hope & Wish and contrasts messages of love and peace with happiness and light, in despair.

In Tao of Clay and Paper, Djuya’s Islamic calligraphy was complimented by ceramics and paintings by Chinese artists.

An Afghan-Canadian, Djuya was raised in Germany and has called Vancouver home for the past 13 years. Her work is now in private collections around North America, Europe and Asia.

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