September 4, 2015


The Arts

Farmer turned artist

Bebianna by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
Joy of Dance by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
My Favourite Tree by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
Nature's Teardrop by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
One Flower by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
Poplar Family by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
Signage by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
The Storm by Stan Wiebe (Stan Wiebe)
Manitoba farmer-turned-photographer Stan Wiebe, 54, has a wonderfully disquieting exhibit of 46 photos, Almost Black and White, on display at Portage La Prairie's Portage and District Arts Centre until Feb. 14. (JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Bebianna by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
Joy of Dance by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
My Favourite Tree by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
Nature's Teardrop by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
One Flower by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
Poplar Family by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
Signage by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
The Storm by Stan Wiebe - (Stan Wiebe)
Manitoba farmer-turned-photographer Stan Wiebe, 54, has a wonderfully disquieting exhibit of 46 photos, Almost Black and White, on display at Portage La Prairie's Portage and District Arts Centre until Feb. 14. - (JOE BRYKSA / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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