Artists rally against pipeline

Parksville Qualicum News

Published: January 11, 2013
BRENDA GOUGH
NEWS Contributor
When Errington artist Dan Gray joined a group of some of Canada’s most celebrated artists in June 2012 to participate in a project supporting efforts to protest the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline he had no idea how profoundly his life would be affected by the journey.
Not only is Gray featured in a film produced by the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, his artwork is included of a coffee-table book and his original paintings have been part of a traveling art show that is raising funds and support for a cause the local artist is deeply passionate about…
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