West Vancouver sculptor featured at VanDusen exhibit

West Vancouver sculptor Golshan Massah is among the North Shore artists featured in the Sculptors’ Society of B.C.’s A Summer Exhibition, on now at Vancouver’s VanDusen Botanical Garden until Monday, Aug. 4. Massah works primarily in clay and focuses on the interactions between and the interconnectedness of humans. Her recent work includes human forms in yoga positions out of an interest in portraying the harmony that exists when the physical body and the spirit are in balance. The exhibition features daily live demonstrations and an opportunity to meet the artists. Garden admission fees apply. ssbc.ca 

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