12 by 12 art show opens Friday

Lucy Schappy painting

Friday, June 20, every square foot of the Art Alchemy Studio/Gallery will be bursting with art and energy as art lovers gather to shop for original artwork at the fourth annual Square Foot Show.

With over 30 artists participating, this unique show offers a wide range of subject matter and styles. Hundreds of  12” by 12” paintings will grace the walls. For  only $225 you can take home an original from one of your favourite artists or discover someone new. Every home can make room for a square foot painting.

Resident Art Alchemy artists Helen Utsal, Lucy Schappy, Lynn Farwell, Guillermo Mier, Marianne Enhorning, Ian Fry and Maggie Ziegler are just a few of the talented artists presenting.

The show runs from June 20-29. Friday’s kick-off goes from 7-9 p.m. and getting there early will ensure the best selection.

The event will be catered by Guerilla Foods, and Wolf Brewery.

For more info, call 250-650-1200 or visit the website at www.artalchemy.ca.


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