Freewheelin’ Motorcycle Art Show opens Friday

Show in conjunction with Cumberland Motorcycle Roundup

Join us this Friday, August 7, 6-9:30pm, at the Gatehouse Gallery & Coffeeclairs in Cumberland for the opening night of Vancouver Island’s motorcycle-themed art show, Freewheelin’, running August 7-23.

Original works of art featuring photos by community photographer Ron Pogue, metalwork from armourer Vince Matthews, paintings by impressionist artist DF Gray, and abstract artist Mitchell Villa, plus graphic art, stain glass and more.

“We’re also including an art silent auction at Freewheelin until Saturday August 8 at 6pm, with proceeds going to support  Cops for Cancer, Tour De Rock,” says organizer, Susan MacVittie. “The Cumberland Motorcycle t has been a supporter of Tour de Rock for a few years, as well as other community initiatives.”

The Gatehouse Gallery  is located at 3273 Third St. Cumberland and is air-conditioned.

The Freewheelin’ Motorcycle Art Show is presented by the Cumberland Motorcycle Roundup. FMI: www.cumberlandmotorcycleroundup.com

 

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