Buckell art supports Project Watershed

Award-winning Comox Valley artist, Brian Buckrell, is holding his annual Christmas Show and Sale at Whytes Framing and Gallery in Comox beginning Dec. 1 until Dec. 22.

Twenty percent of all paintings sold will be donated to Project Watershed specifically for Kus Kus Sum “un-paving a parking lot and put up a paradise” – the old Field Sawmill reclamation and restoration campaign – one of the most important Valley projects in recent memory.

Buckrell will be painting and welcomes visitors to the gallery each Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m.

The gallery is located at 1225 Lazo Road in Comox.

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