‘Clocktower’

Group exhibit continues at the DRAW Gallery

Spring Into ART! features an array of artwork from various artists on display at the DRAW Gallery until June 30.

Spring Into ART! group exhibit continues at the DRAW Gallery until June 30.

“How are we connected to the natural world around us as well as to the nature within us,” is how curator and gallery owner Astrid Johnston describes the exhibit.

Spring into ART! features work by Cynthia Bonesky, Cecil Dawson, Chris Doman, Chris Finlayson, Gerda Hofman, John Hofman, Pamela Holl Hunt, Miriam Manuel, Jillian Mayne, Ann McIvor, Deborah Philipp, Todd Robinson, Sue Thomas, Nancy Wilson and Mike Wright.

Visit DRAW Gallery online and on location at the corner of Melrose and Eighth Avenue. The gallery is open  Thursday and Friday 12–5 p.m. and by appointment. Call 250-724-2056 or www.drawgallery.com.

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Life Drawing Sessions-‘Open Studio’ continues each week.  Featuring live model figure drawing, artists gather together to paint, sketch or sculpt from different live models.

The models will provide a long pose, which will give participants time to complete their work.

Teen Night Mondays welcomes all young artists every Monday from 6–8 p.m. Adults meet on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6–8 p.m.

 

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