Final Show of Denman’s Summer Art Gallery

Artists explore, create, and design by tapping into their inner selves.

The final show of summer’s Denman Island Art Gallery season will display 27 works of art from 27 Denman artists. Each piece is an expression of a “Denman moment.”

Frequently, ideas unfold from the very surroundings in which artists live: from an intimate closeup to an expansive view. Sitting just south of the Comox Valley, this rock looming up out of the ocean has provided the fodder for every artist. The walls of the gallery will display photographs, sculptures, paintings, fabric art, metal works, ceramics, drawings, stained glass and more.

The opening night gala will be on Aug. 17 at 7 .p.m at the gallery, one block up the hill from the Denman ferry landing.

The show will be on daily until Aug. 29 (Monday to Saturday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday: 1 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.)

For further information, phone 250-335-2918.

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