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Pop-Up Pitt Meadows Art Gallery Exhibition

July 3 to August 29 – Tammy Routley

The Pop-Up PMAG has been such a success it will now be permanently located in the lobby of City Hall. This satellite gallery will continue to showcase smaller collections of work from Lower Mainland artists.

The next local artist featured is Tammy Routley. Tammy’s work will be open to view at the Pop-Up PMAG from July 3 to August 29 in the lobby of City Hall, Monday to Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm.

Interested in purchasing artwork from the Pop-Up Gallery? Contact pmag@pittmeadows.ca for details.

Pop-Up PMAG Hours:
Monday to Friday  |  8:30am - 4:30pm
City Hall | 12007 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC | pmag@pittmeadows.ca


About the Artist

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Many artists dread the words, “My kid could paint that!” For Tammy Routley, it’s a compliment. She takes play seriously and sees it as essential for both children and adults.
Much of her art is in an illustrative style with bold, black outlines. She loves the magic of going from a blank, white page to a world of fantastic characters in just a few moments.
She also enjoys messing about with colour, pattern, and layers in acrylic paint, oil pastels, collages, and coloured pencils. If she needs to be neat and tidy, she works digitally, often drawing by hand and then scanning and colouring her art using GIMP and Inkscape.

Tammy graduated from the University of Waterloo with an art degree when she had much bigger hair (and so did everyone else). She continued with courses at the Ontario College of Art, Vancouver Art Therapy Institute, and Emily Carr University of Art and Design.

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Many artists dread the words, “My kid could paint that!” For Tammy Routley, it’s a compliment. She takes play seriously and sees it as essential for both children and adults.
Much of her art is in an illustrative style with bold, black outlines. She loves the magic of going from a blank, white page to a world of fantastic characters in just a few moments.
She also enjoys messing about with colour, pattern, and layers in acrylic paint, oil pastels, collages, and coloured pencils. If she needs to be neat and tidy, she works digitally, often drawing by hand and then scanning and colouring her art using GIMP and Inkscape

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