Works by Ruth Rae are among the pieces featured at Brushworks.

Brushworks at Pearl Ellis Gallery

Brushworks Members Show will open Nov. 10

The Annual Brushworks Members Show will open at the Pearl Ellis Gallery Nov. 10, with a public reception on Saturday, Nov. 14, from 1-4 p.m.

“We are  very excited to showcase our members’ work.  There is something for everyone,” says member Janet Liszt.

Beautiful works in oil, acrylic, and watercolour will be exhibited for sale.

Brushworks, established in 2001, comprises 28 local artists who paint together each week in Comox.

Participating artists are April Dyck, Astrid Davidson, B. Martin, Brenda Calhoun, Brenda Olinek, Diane Knight, Doris Wilson, Janet Liszt, Juanita Olson, Judith Jancowski, July McDonald, Larry McDonald, June Heaton, Kate Kokotailo, Kay Hilborn, Linda Huibers, Mary Reed, Pamela Faunt, Rita Woods, Ruth Miller, Cal Miller, Ruth Rae, Sharon Lalonde, Sheryl Fremlin, Sonja Leach, Susan Reddekop, Valerie Parmley, Valerie Wallace and Gwen Rawlins.

The Pearl Ellis Gallery is located at 1729 Comox Ave. The exhibit continues daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (Sundays 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.) until Nov. 29, with participating artists in attendance.

 

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