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16-00-00 Portals Plus - A photo exhibition at Arts Place

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2016 Arts Place: Portals Plus The following are framed in aluminum and glass, 22x28in, $160

d104-032
- Port Ryerse

d081-061
- Secret arsenal, Diamond Head Crater, Oahu

0358-09b
- B.C. Legislature, Victoria

d099-019a
- Waiting in the rain for Aphrodite, Goderich Beach

0187-26
- Aspiration, Lunenburg, N.S.

d134-101
- City hall, Belleville

d227-186c
- Keep to the right, Pisac, Peru

d118-010a
- Apparition on Forks Creek

d175-029a
- Library, Queenston

d098-087
- Disquieting symbolism, Fort Erie

d098-094
- Swanky apartment, Fort Erie

d201-037b
- Closed for the season, Ball's Falls

d227-162b
- Sidelong glance, Pisac, Peru



d226-559a
- Generation gap, Machu Picchu

Portals are one of Derek's favourite themes. . They can suggest transitions in life, new beginnings, fresh opportunities, the end of an era, or merely provide a decorative accent based on a familiar object that everyone knows.




d087-032
- Old customs house, Niagara Falls

d072-30
- Church. Niagara-on-the-Lake

d074-01a
- Old court house, St. Catharines

"Plus" series

18x24 studio frames, $60

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- Cloudland parliament

d236-105a
- Finding the path of least resistance

d239-064a
- Hydraulic lift lock, Peterborough

d237-024a
- Brock supporter, Queenston

1167-19a
- Powerscourt gardens, Cty. Wicklow

d016-81a
- Head 'em off at the pass

1191-14b
- Hawser, Port Dover

d210-472b
- Dredge #4, Bonanza Creek

d223-070c
- Asphalt barge, Welland Canal

d227-157a
- Fishmarket, Pisac, Peru

1180-20
- Yorick the carp - alas

d206-029
- Best buddies, despite everything

Note: Pictures in the 18x24 studio frames are protected by light weight acrylic sheets. These may be cleaned with a soft cloth, gently applied.
For a permanent framing job, the metal clips could be removed and the entire backing, picture and acrylic dropped into a more substantial 18x24 frame.

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