Artist Shelley Penner’s work depicting life-like wildlife is on exhibit at Clocktower Gallery at Harbour Quay. Penner is well known for her wildlife paintings on rocks.

Penner at Clocktower Gallery

Alberni artist Shelley Penner is the next guest artist at Clock Tower Gallery.

Shelley Penner is the next guest artist at Clock Tower Gallery.

Penner’s paintings will be exhibited from Sept. 1–30.

An open house is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 8 from 7–9 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Penner is well known in Port Alberni for her wildlife paintings depicted on rocks. Her work is a staple at Christmas craft fairs. See her branch out onto canvases in her exhibit, titled A Brush With Nature.

Clock Tower Gallery is located at Harbour Quay, at the bottom of Argyle Street. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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