The Shuswap will be the place to be, come this May long weekend. Along with several other community halls, Shuswap Artisan Market, wineries, and various other venues, the Blind Bay Painters will be participating in a community wide Culture Crawl.
Ever wonder how a piece of art was made? Or what sparked the artist to create the art? The Blind Bay Painters will offer both an art show and sale in the Reedman Gallery, and interactive “Artist at Work” time where people are encouraged to come meet the artist, ask questions, and find out what goes on in an artists brain! Or just browse while they paint and work and enjoy their art. The artist group have several artists that work in all types of mediums, from acrylics, pastels, watercolours, mixed mediums/collage, and Chinese brushwork. We have several new artists this year too, so the eclectic variety just grows!
So stop by… Both the show and Artist at Work will be on May 20th and 21st from 10 – 4 pm at the Blind Bay Hall (2510 Blind Bay Rd). Maybe you’ve thought about joining an art group yourself? It’s an inexpensive and fun way to learn and share. With all the wonders of the Shuswap paradise, come explore the art that was inspired from it! If you have any questions about the Blind Bay Painters Art Show or the Artist at Work event, you can use the contact us page. For more information about the Culture Crawl, go to http://www.shuswaparts.com.
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