Opening receptions at TOSH in Qualicum Beach

Naomi Cairns and Peggy Burkosky will have their work displayed at TOSH until July 22

There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, June 22 at 2 p.m. at TOSH for Naomi Cairns and Peggy Burkosky’s displays.

This will be Cairns’ fourth time having her work displayed at TOSH, adding that she “was 16 the first time (she) had one.”

Cairns, who lives on Cortes Island, said her work is seascape paintings of areas between the Island and the mainland.

Cairns said she will be having another opening reception at 7 p.m. at TOSH (122 Fern Rd. West, Qualicum Beach) for people who can’t attend earlier in the day.

For more information on Cairns’ work, visit www.naomicairns.com.

— NEWS Staff

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