‘Spring-infused delights’ at Art Alchemy

Thirteen unique artists from Victoria to Black Creek, have given us their ideas on spring, showing to May 25.

As we shake off winter’s cold, rainy grip and embrace the sunshine once again, Art Alchemy Studio/Gallery invites you to join a special showing of spring-infused delights to welcome the season.

The current Spring Fusion show is an eclectic mix of fresh art created with the spirit of spring in mind. Thirteen unique artists from Victoria to Black Creek, have given us their ideas on spring, showing to May 25.

Featured artists include Martha Jablonski Jones, Sue Pyper, Corre Alice, Sandra Lamb, Barbra Sundquist, Sofie Skapski, Loretta Busch, Carolyn Kowalyk, Lori Kenney, Jennifer Weber, Stacey Wright, Lucy Schappy and Guillermo Mier.

You can visit Art Alchemy at 362C 10th street in Courtenay (above United Carpet).

The Gallery has stair access only and is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m., with featured artists in attendance every Saturday.

—  Art Alchemy Studio/Gallery

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