Eminant artist at Old School House show in Qualicum Beach

Thirteen artists have been on an in-depth exploration of abstract art

Thirteen artists have been on an in-depth exploration of abstract art and the culmination of their work is currently being exhibited at The Old School House Arts Centre.

The show is called Unscripted and each artist has completed a series of workshops with North Carolina-based artist, best-selling author and instructor Steven Aimone.

The artists are based around Vancouver Island, Gabriola Island, North Vancouver and Port Angeles, Wash.

As a fundraiser for TOSH, Aimone—who has a master of fine arts degree in painting and drawing—will be giving a slide presentation and historical discussion on abstract paintings. He will also talk about a piece of work from each participating artist and offer analysis.

This workshop is being presented by Vancouver Island Art Workshops on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20. Contact info@vancouverislandartworkshops.com or call TOSH @ 250-752-6133 for more information. Unscripted runs to Nov. 19.

 

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