Betty Spackman, MFA, is a multi media installation artist who has exhibited internationally and taught at various Universities in Canada and the US for 15 years. Her book, A Profound Weakness: Christians and Kitsch, a personal journal about images of faith in Popular culture, and her own struggles with the relationship between faith and art, was published in 2005 by Piquant Editions, UK.
She is currently teaching part time and working on a multi media installation project for The Penticton Art Gallery, in Penticton, British Columbia for the fall of 2010. She also is exhibiting paintings and assemblage work at The Fort Gallery in Fort Langley, British Columbia, an artist-run space she helped develop.Bio last modified January 18th, 2008.
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