Twilight at the Mountain by Margery Blom. Blom is one of the artists in the Arrowsmith Artists show that will be held at the McMillan Arts Centre in November.

Arrowsmith Artists’ show at the MAC in Parksville

The group, which consists of nine artists, is a mix of artists and photo-artists

The Arrowsmith Artists’ show opens at the MAC on Tuesday.

The group, which consists of nine artists, is a mix of artists and photo-artists.

The group began in Wembley Mall in the late 1990s before relocating to the McMillan Arts Centre in 2000.

At the time, the group held exhibits at the gallery every several months. Now, it is a yearly show.

The artists and photo-artists participating in this show are Craig Carmichael, Alan Cornall, Luke Downs, Olivia Mennie, Penelope Harber, Penny Marshall, Margery Blom, Margorie Dunlop and Joan Ackerman.

The exhibit opens Nov. 1 at the MAC (133 McMillan St., Parksville) and will run until Nov. 28.

There is an opening reception on Nov. 5 from 1-3 p.m. with complimentary refreshments.

— Submitted by Margorie Dunlop

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