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“Driftwood Windbreak”

Custom framed archival fine art print
by Ellen Scobie

“I have created a quintessential west coast beach from my favourite photographs by artistically merging them into a new composition. The driftwood windbreak juts into the cloud-filled sky to create temporary shelter from the ocean’s breeze. The amazing Bullwhip Kelp emerges from the sea. Fine sand hugs the mussel shell’s pearly inside.”

About the Artist

About the Artist Ellen Scobie was born in Port Alberni and raised in Nanaimo – a true, west coast girl! She now lives in Burnaby where she creates digital mixed media fine art prints from her original photography. Drawing inspiration from the natural environment, Ellen captures the world photographically, re­shaping what she sees to create a visual narrative of her places of memory. In the past four years, Ellen’s work has been exhibited in over 30 shows in Canada and internationally, including the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, the Museum of Computer Art (Brooklyn) and Artists Space (NYC). “I aim to create art that is as beautiful as it is visually compelling.”

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Biography

Colin Arthur Wiebe grew up in Victoria, British Columbia. Colin began his career by winning the prestigious American Song Festival with his song “Key To Your Heart”. Colin joined with Juno Award winning singer/songwriter Paul Janz in the 1980′s. In 1991 Colin joined with Canadian legend Randy Bachman (Bachman Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who) and has been singing all the Guess Who material and playing guitar and keyboards since. Colin is prominently featured on the Randy Bachman “Every Song Tells Story DVD” . Colin’s new CD “Closer To You” is available now on iTunes. Colin Arthur Wiebe’s debut album, “Livin On Dreams” was produced by Randy Bachman and the single “They Grow Up So Fast” is still played on Soft Rock radio. Colin wrote the emotional “Red, White & Feeling Blue” in the aftermath of the September 11 tragedy which the US military uses as background music for their “classified” video presentation on 9-11. “Ride Of Your Life” was written by Colin for the Canadian Cancer Society’s “Cops For Cancer” Tour For a Friend event. Colin performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies as well as providing the entertainment for a number of The Canadian Cancer Society’s fundraising events.

In the summer of 2012, Colin and a small crew filmed the video for a song he wrote for the Villages of Hope Project in Haiti

Almost all the proceeds from the purchase of this powerful and poignant song will go directly to the Casa Humana Foundation and its on-going efforts in Haiti.

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