Water Wildness Wanderings

The exhibit is showing from Dec. 6 through Dec. 29, open Tuesday through Thursday 10 am – 4 pm.

Barb Ferguson stands with her art pieces displayed at the North Thompson Art Gallery.

Lauren Kuehni

Clearwater artist Mrs. Barb Ferguson, 89, stands with her art pieces displayed at the North Thompson Art Gallery, located in the Dutch Lake Community Center.

Ferguson’s exhibit includes beautiful local scenery and many other delightful captures of nature. The title of the exhibit, “Water Wildness Wanderings,” is truly fitting for the pieces created and the nature seen through the lens of Mrs. Ferguson.

Many years of experience hiking, skiing and trekking the North Thompson area and others in British Columbia, is evident within her work.

Upon arriving to the Clearwater area, Mrs. Ferguson has quickly become one of my greatest friends, hiking partners and inspirations.

The exhibit is showing from Dec. 6 through Dec. 29, open Tuesday through Thursday 1 0am – 4 pm. A true local talent that you do not want to miss!

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