Board Members

PATRONS OF THE ARTS BOARD MEMBER PROFILES

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Penny Gosselin

Chair / Secretary

Penny abounds in creative energy and sees our community as the art place to be. Her background includes leadership roles as an educator and Director on the Tidemark Theatre Society and the CR Arts Council Boards.  Penny is a designer of unique jewelry. She views POTA as a dream come true as it opens doors to local artists and enhances our community.

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Shelley Humble

Vice-Chair

Shelley is a diverse and seasoned professional. She works side by side with stakeholders building vision into reality. Shelley’s upbeat energy and style, along with her expertise in business, are amazing attributes that greatly benefit our local artists and community through POTA. 

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Heather Hughson

Treasurer

Heather reflects the heart of the art community in Campbell River. She is an artist, painting mostly with acrylics, with the recent addition of oils to her artistic repertoire. Heather works for the CR Arts Council and curates art shows at the Sybil Andrews Cottage.  POTA benefits from Heather’s warm welcome to art enthusiasts and her wonderful rapport with our local artists.

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Alyssa Penner

Director

Alyssa attended North Island College and is actively involved in the Campbell River art community. Her art includes a variety of subjects and styles. Alyssa brings to POTA her passion of learning and growing through conversations with artists. She has established a local group whereby artists come together once a month and talk all things creative. She works in her studio and teaches at The Crow’s Nest Gallery and Art Studio.

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Eiko Jones

Director

Whether exploring the ocean or alternate bodies of water, Eiko Jones has developed a dramatic style in which he celebrates the corners of our world which are seldom seen. He captures the surreal through his camera lens. Eiko is an internationally known fine art photographer. Recently he had an image accepted into the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries. Eiko’s vision and artistic talent are invaluable to POTA.