Creemore carver shows at Artists for Conservation Festival

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For the fifth time, a carving by Creemore artist David Bruce Johnson has been accepted to this year’s Artists for Conservation Festival. It is one of 220 pieces accepted from around the world, including 56 from Canada. The wolf carving is made of wood and is only six inches high and eight inches long. A limited capacity event is being held at VanDusen Botanical Garden, in Vancouver Sept. 23-26. Virtual programming is to be announced at festival.artistsforconservation.org.

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