Local Art Expo – July 30th

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This is a Free Event – No tickets are required. 

Mix, mingle and take in some local talent. Spend your Sunday with a glass of wine in your hand,  surrounded by beautiful art and chatting with your neighbours.

Join us in the Wild Fig Lounge on July 30th from 4 to 9pm as we showcase a few talented local artists.

If you came to the first expo you know these are extremely talented artists. You would have seen some of the work shown below. Stop by for our 2nd Expo and check out the new pieces these artists have been creating. (and if you like something – you can take it home!)

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Showcased Artists 

Darrell Swanson 

Darrell creates in multiple formats, whether it is acrylic, watercolour, oils, pastels, mosaics, etc. Art is an expression of his soul set free. Art is not the only example of his creativity, he creates in many different ways. He is also a published author, working musician and owns his own company.

Visit Darrell’s website for more information on his artistic pursuits

Val Wheater

Valerie Wheater is a water colour painter who discovered painting 10 years ago. She is inspired by nature and her travels and tries to create images that make the viewer want to step into the scene for a while. Valerie also enjoys being creative with found glass to construct sculptures for use indoors or out and she loves transforming vintage furniture pieces with chalk paint.

Judy Osiowy

Judy trained at the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design), with a specialty in painting. She now teaches art classes to children and adults at her studio in Pitt Meadows (Wallflowers and Beyond Studio/Gallery). Her originals are in collections worldwide, and her giclee canvases are reproduced making various sizes available to the public.

Visit Judy’s website for more information

Kerry Mclaren

A deep love of movement and the enchanting world of fantasy inspire ceramic artist Kerry McLaren. From bustiers to table ware Kerry creates pieces that are both playful and practical.
Most of Kerry’s pieces are hand built from large slabs of clay utilizing texture and embellishing techniques. Kerry often infuses personal history and a touch of whimsy by imprinting her grandmother’s dollies and her favorite finds into the raw clay. Leaves, tree bark and onion sacks all find their way into Kerry’s charming and vibrant pieces.

More of Kerry’s work can be viewed on her website or in her Maple Ridge Studio.

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