Work inspired by artist Bill Reid now part of exhibit at the Bill Reid gallery

 By Crystal St.Pierre Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Art of Dimension exhibit opened at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art in Vancouver on July 4 and will remain on display until Oct. 15. The work of Jesse Brillon, 50, and his niece Marlo Wylie Brillon, 24, both of Haida descent, takes the traditional and gives it a modern spin with sculptures, carvings, jewelry and repousse, a metal-working technique. “The title, The Art of Dimension, has a lot to do with the physical physicality of the art, but for me, it’s also the dimension of the art in terms of how meaningful it is to them personally,” said gallery curator Beth Carter. “It’s going to be a very rich and beautiful show, but celebrating, as I said, all these…

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