Find treasure at Union Bay studeio

Teresa Knight's Art Studio is just full of buried treasure — literally
— buried and forgotten art masterpieces!

TERESA KNIGHT'S EVENSONG gives you an idea of what to expect this week at her art studio in Union Bay.

Teresa Knight’s Art Studio is just full of buried treasure — literally

— buried and forgotten art masterpieces!

You are invited to come and unearth your own treasured work of art from underneath stacks of papers, dusty and neglected behind tubes of paint, hidden amongst piles of canvasses.

Teresa and artist friend Sofie Skapski will be busily painting new

masterpieces at the Union Bay studio Dec. 22, 23 and 24 from

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Art lovers, studio-snoopers, bargain hunters are welcome to drop by for good cheer, snacks and last-minute present ideas!

The studio is located in Teresa’s quaint cottage at 5673 Island Highway in Union Bay, 10 houses south of the store.

— Teresa Knight

 

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