ART IN THE GARDEN: Janeane MacGillivray of Nanaimo admired the colourful canvas that artist Dan Gray was working on from his prime waterfront location at Milner Gardens and Woodland on Saturday. This year’s Art and Photography in the Garden event showcased 26 local artists painting

Art in the Garden

This year's Art and Photography in the Garden event showcased 26 local artists at Milner Gardens in Qualicum Beach

  • Aug. 14, 2014 7:00 p.m.

ART IN THE GARDEN: Janeane MacGillivray of Nanaimo admired the colourful canvas that artist Dan Gray was working on from his prime waterfront location at Milner Gardens and Woodland on Saturday. This year’s Art and Photography in the Garden event showcased 26 local artists painting, sketching, carving, and throwing clay. For more photos from the event, visit: www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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