Great deals on art at TOSH

Qualicum Beach-Find a bargain on art at TOSH's Art from the Attic Sale

TOSH volunteer Sandy Heal helped hang artwork on Saturday afternoon at the centre in Qualicum Beach which is currently for sale in the Art from the Attic Sale

Find a bargain on art at the Old School House Art Centre’s Art from the Attic Sale running to April 27.

This is the ninth year the sale has run and one of the centre’s most popular events.

On Saturday, April 12 more than 600 pieces were brought in for the sale.

These include original paintings and photographs as well as prints, many professionally framed. In the past art at the sale has sold from between $5 and $2,500.

On April 18, the art work will be marked down and by the last days offers can be made.


For more on TOSH visit or call 250-752-6133.



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