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Lyndia Terre takes a moment to sketch what she sees in the new park at Moorecroft.  - Cameron Wrigley photo
Lyndia Terre takes a moment to sketch what she sees in the new park at Moorecroft.
— image credit: Cameron Wrigley photo

Lyndia Terre takes a moment to sketch what she sees in the new park at Moorecroft.

The Nanoose-based artist is the first artist-in-residence for the Nature Trust of B.C. She will be working in Moorecroft, recently purchased as a park by the Regional District of Nanaimo, with an exhibition of her work in the summer of 2012.

A preview takes place during Splash, a fundraiser for Moorecroft Aug. 13. For information, please call 250-468-9010.

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