Artists gathering in Bella Bella

By Brenda Gough – Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Next up for Dan Gray is a trip to Bella Bella with some fellow artists to support the Raincoast Conservation Foundation’s efforts to protest the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.

Gray departs on June 18 to participate in a project that will see 50 artists, some of the country’s most celebrated take their paints, canvases and carving tools to portray Canada’s fragile raincoast.

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