Artistic due to show work

A sandwich board will be out on Church Street this weekend to welcome passersby to come through to the Garden and Studio to review the works of two Comox Valley artists.

DAPHNE TRIGGS (left) and Detty Arends will show their art during a busy weekend in Comox.

A sandwich board will be out on Church Street this weekend to welcome passersby to come through to the Garden and Studio to review the works of two Comox Valley artists.

Daphne Triggs and Detty Arends will show their paintings in acrylics, watercolours and oils of landscapes and florals. Art cards and miscellaneous pieces will also be on display.

The works will be reasonably priced and in different sizes.

Both artists will be on hand to discuss their work and welcome friends and members of the public who drop by.

Art in the Garden/Studio at 311 Church St. (across from the Comox Golf Course) will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You’re invited to leave with a flowered bag for other purchases during the Filberg Festival and Nautical Days.

The 29th annual Filberg Festival runs Friday through Monday at Filberg Lodge and Park, while the 53rd annual Nautical Days happens at Marina Park from Saturday through Monday.

— Art in the Garden/Studio

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