A new exhibit at the Pitt Meadows Art Gallery features the city seen through the eyes of local artists.
This is the third annual Pitt Meadows Proud exhibit featuring paintings and other media inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding area and the vibrant people who make up the town.
The exhibition will also feature the works of artists from Pitt Meadows High School, including acrylic paintings, digital photographs and multimedia works.
Local artists include: Shannon Emmanuel; Patricia Gordon; Nancy Pattullo; Nancy Collins; Michelle Loupret; Lea Sevcov; Jasmine Zhu; Suzanne Amendolagine; Rob Egan; Laura Stark; Carol Melanson; Mary Matheson; Mary Matheson; Connie-Jean Moore; Diane Zutz; Michelle Loupret; and Judy Osiowy.
Tara Rhodes will exhibit her repainted vintage furniture and Suzanne Amendolagine’s hand-painted bowls.
The exhibition will also showcase various local artisan products for sale including handmade soaps, jars of scone mixes, beeswax food wrappers, wooden garden fairy doors and micro bowls. -waves.
Additionally, the Pitt Meadows Secondary Art Foundations Senior class is selling a 15-inch by 20-inch pencil collage with proceeds going to the high school’s art program.
The Pitt Meadows Art Gallery is a free public art gallery located just off the Lougheed Highway on Harris Road at 12492 Harris Rd.
It is a free gallery open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday.
Masks are still mandatory at the gallery.
For more information, call 604-465-9845.
To see the virtual gallery, go to pittmeadows.ca/arts-culture-heritage/pitt-meadows-art-gallery/current-exhibitions/pitt-meadows-proud-tm.
The exhibition lasts until July 10.
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