New art exhibition to open on Jan. 28

Pamm Ciupa is the next artist to have an exhibition featured at the Arts Station.

Local artist Pamm Ciupa solo artist exhibition will be the next artist with an exhibition featured at the Arts Station. Her show “Snow an Exploration of Fernie Snowscapes” is set to open on Jan. 28.

”I am excited and thankful to be showcasing my latest paintings right here in Fernie.  I have been very busy painting the snowy Fernie winter, that one experiences living here,” said Ciupa.

Ciupa has been working for over the past year to put this show together.  Her love for this beautiful mountain town shines throughout her exploration of it.

Ciupa and the Art Stations will be hosting a month long silent auction on one of Ciupa’s paintings of local snowboarder and 2018 Olympic hopeful, Miss Katie Anderson.

“Katie has been a great inspiration to me.  So young and determined to work hard at her dream,” she said. “I saw this as away for myself, and this amazing town of Fernie, that is loves supporting both its artists and its athletes!  All the proceeds from the of this one sell, will be full a contribution from both the Art Station, myself and the fortunate buyer of this painting ‘Riding for Gold’.”

The exhibition opens on Thursday night, and Cuipa will be in attendance at the Arts Station for the festivities. The exhibition will run until Feb. 23.

 

 

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