Variety of local artwork at Parksville Spring exhibition

FCA's Spring Juried Art Show will take place at the Oceanside Village Artists' Gallery beginning June 14

The Oceanside Village Artists’ Gallery will be the home of an annual Spring Juried Art show featuring the work of numerous talented local artists.

The Arrowsmith Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists is holding this year’s Spring exhibition and sale at the gallery located at Oceanside Village Resort from June 14 to 27.

An opening reception will take place Saturday, June 14 from noon to 2 p.m.

The Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) was established in 1941 as a national not-for-profit organization for artists. The Arrowsmith Chapter is one of several FCA chapters on Vancouver Island and has been in existence since the mid 1990s. It represents approximately 50 emerging and professional artists.

All work displayed at the Spring show is being juried by signature members of the FCA.

For more information visit the website at www.arrowsmithfca.ca or find the group on facebook: Arrowsmith Chapter.

 

—News Staff

 

 

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