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Wishbone by John Adduci. A lovely version of Te Gossips by


Canadian Artist Rose-Amiée Bélanger, was a gift from the Friesens Corpora- tion. Chicago’s star sculptor, John Aduc- ci was commissioned by the Friends of the Gallery to do the bronze Whip It. Another Aducci installed by Red River Mutual is Wishbone, a study in alumi- num.


Te latest installation is a piece called


the Ring by Saskatchewan artist Doug- las Benson. Te garden itself is still under devel-


opment, the newly planted trees and shrubs and emerging flower beds pro- viding contrast to the 130-year-old cot- tonwoods of the older parts of town that were planted by the first settlers as seed brought from Russia. A beautiful water feature sets the stage for the growing collection. You can buy some of the art displayed in the gallery. You can also become a friend of the gallery with a three-year $1,200 gift. Altona has a lot of reasons to be proud of its gallery, and indeed, it has been list- ed as one of the top 50 communities to visit in Canada, listed as a “hidden gem”. Of course, those who know Altona and some of its 4,125 people are not surprised. Its small population has al- ways punched above its weight being home to such luminous companies as the already mentioned Friesens, Cana- da’s largest book printer; the founding family of the rapidly growing Golden West Broadcasting which owns and op- erates a number of radio stations across the Prairies; the founding home of Grey Goose Bus Lines; and the home of the co-op movement in southern Manitoba. Altona was also the founding home of the Mennonite Central Committee’s Gift and Trift Stores which contribute millions to the MCC each year. Take a trip to Altona on your way to


the U.S. or the International Peace Gar- den this year. It’s worth it.


thehubwinnipeg.com Spring 2017 • 21 Abbotsford


Our Heritage is our Future (above) by Benjamin Victor; Brandi (below) by Curt Brill.


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