No fooling: Deborah DeWit's Wetlands to show in Salem April 11

Topeka, Kansas, may have changed its name to Google, and Google returned the favor, but this is no joke: Wetlands, the documentary film featuring Deborah DeWit's own artistic documentation of a wetlands area in Tigard, Oregon, is a thought-provoking meditation on Nature as she stands in contemporary culture. This film unfolds to tell two stories of preserving and presenting this natural area: one through the eyes of a gifted painter and the other through the work of environmental engineers. The film has shown in the Portland area over the past couple of months, and now comes this announcement:

We are happy to announce a screening of
                   Seasons of Mind
a film about art and the environment
Produced By Deborah DeWit and Carl Vandervoort
Music Directed by Jim Leisy
at the Grand Theater in Salem, Oregon
Sunday, April 11th at 4 pm
191 High Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
To purchase tickets in advance click here
There will be a special exhibition of Deborah's paintings following the screening.  For more information please contact
Mary Lou Zeek Gallery

If you will be in the Salem area April 11, the film and gallery show would be very worth your while.

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