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Black, white paintings sharpen the image for Lori Popadiuk

Popadiuk will open her new collection in Port Moody on March 5.

Shapeshifter is the name of Lori Popadiuk’s series that opens in the Ann Kitching Gallery at PoMoArts Thursday night.

Her show, at the St. Johns Street facility until April 16, is “an internal dialogue cataloging the various versions of self that we present to the world.”

For the past five years, the Toronto-born painter has only used black and white materials to give her content more simplicity and attention to the light and dark.

Popadiuk holds fine arts degrees from Capilano and Kwantlen Polytechnic universities and is a founding member of the all-female collective 13 Feet off the Ground.

Her exhibit reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. and also includes openings for the Tri-City Potters (Earth, Form, Fire) and Meghan Spence (Landscapes of Change).