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Top printmakers at Lake Country Art Gallery

UBCO Printmaking Professor Briar Criag shows work that will be featured in the exhibition "Paper Exchanges" at the Lake Country Art Gallery (not his work),left, right, The UBCO printmaking shop   (courtesy Brian Craig)

The Lake Country Art Gallery is offering a chance to witness world class talent in a unique medium.

Paper Exchanges, an exhibition featuring some of the top printmaking artist from all over the world, including a selection from the Okanagan, has opened for the Gallery's spring art show.

To pull it off, curator Katie Brennan teamed up with Briar Craig, an associate professor at UBCO who specializes in printmaking.

Our arts columnist Gillianne Richards met him at his studio to get a impression of the printmaking world.

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