New show at Muir Gallery

Come and enjoy the Muir Gallery’s third show of 2013 featuring 22 emerging and established artists living in the Comox Valley.

Come and enjoy the Muir Gallery’s third show of 2013 featuring 22 emerging and established artists living in the Comox Valley.

This dynamic multi-media show is centered around the theme of Landscapes: the City, the Sea, Space and the Mind.

Guest curator for this exhibition will be Elizabeth Russell and featuring the work of Arlene Bishop, Marianne Enhörning, Kelly Gough, Sylwia Gustyn, Anna Heywood-Jones, Sean Higgins, Marcy Horswill, Anita Van Holderbeke, David Innes, Martha Jablonski-Jones, Brenda Jackson, Heather Koning, Kelly L. Lees, Jeanne MacGrotty, Shannon McKirgan, Mary-Ann Moore, Marilyn Peeters, Adri Pretorious, Sofie Skapski, Trish Smith, Matt Sullivan and Heimke Webb.

Landscapes opens March 15 and runs through until April 6.

The gallery is at 440 Anderton Ave. in Courtenay and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The opening reception with participating artists happens March 15 at 7 p.m.

— Muir Gallery

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