Work by Marianne Nicolson, a Victoria based artist of Scottish and Dzawada’enuwx descent, such as her cliff painting will be on display at the Nanaimo Art Gallery from April 21 to July 2. Photo Contributed

Solo exhibition of Marianne Nicolson’s artwork displayed at Nanaimo Art Gallery

Opening reception for Nicolson exhibit April 20 at 7 p.m. at Nanaimo Art Gallery

Nanaimo Art Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition by Marianne Nicolson.

The Victoria based artist, of Scottish and Dzawada’enuxw descent, shares her show Awi’nagwiskasu: Real Land from April 21 to July 2 at the gallery.

For more information about the exhibit, please visit http://nanaimogallery.ca or for info about Nicolson please visit www.mariannenicolson.com.

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