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  • This Studio Watch exhibit at Gallery 2 in Grand Forks was a partial reprise of 'Colour:Light' a previous show exhibited in Kaslo, B.C.  Four coloured light pieces were chosen for this exhibit - hence the name: 'Red, Blue, Yellow, Green' width:640;;height:432
  • 'Investigating Red'.  A study lamp is mounted in a bracket so that it faces directly at the wall.  The light, usually used to study other subjects, is now turned upon itself. width:360;;height:480
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  • 'Blue Wood'.  Through the use of an LED spotlight and blue theatrical gels, a pine log is washed in blue light. width:640;;height:480
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  • 'Machine for Measuring the Temparature of Yellow'. A well used painters' box is transformed into a complex piece of equipment designed to measure the temperature of the colour yellow.  Joan MacGregor, the painter who had previously used the box, was a master colourist. width:640;;height:480
  • 'Dancing in Green Light'.  The mechanism from a music box is mounted on the wall and spotlighted with a green light.  Thinking of spinning in circles trying to make environmentally sound decisions. width:640;;height:480
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