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Anna M Cullen: “These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things”

This art exhibition is titled “These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things,” and is a whimsical and intimate collection of paintings by local artist Anna M Cullen.

Anna is a mother, a teacher, and an artist with experience in media such as acrylics, watercolour, linocut printing, and digital art. “My Favourite Things,” a selection of her best-loved pieces, includes self-portraits, natural landscapes, and scenes of parenthood. It is sure to bring a smile to any face with its warm, whimsical depictions of the everyday moments we often overlook.

The exhibition will run from May 12th until June 10th, 2023, on the second floor of the Museum.

An opening reception will be held at 7:00 p.m. on May 12th at the Kitimat Museum & Archives. Anyone is welcome to attend the opening reception, view the art, and enjoy refreshments. The Upstairs Gallery is wheelchair-accessible by lift.

For more information, visit www.kitimatmuseum.ca or call 250-632-8950.

About the Artist

Anna M Cullen is a mom, a teacher, and an artist. She thankful to work, play, and create on the traditional unceded territories of the x̣àʼisla (Haisla) people. She has always been a maker but has focused her creative energy on painting in the last 5 years. She works primarily with acrylic mediums, but also works with watercolour, pencil crayon, linocut printing, digital art, and mixed media. She currently is an Active Member for the Federation of Canadian Artists and can find her work at the Federation Gallery in Vancouver a few times a year. To see a more in-depth collection of her artwork, visit her artist webpage at amcullenart.wordpress.com or her Instagram account at @am.cullen.art.

Website: https://amcullenart.wordpress.com

Instagram: @am.cullen.art

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Kitimat Museum & Archives

The Kitimat Museum & Archives opened in October 1969 and has served Kitimat citizens for the past fifty years as the place for community and natural history, and an exhibition centre for visual arts.

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