Art in TOSH’s Attic

The Old School House Art in the Attic sale starts March 9

  • Feb. 28, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Executive director at TOSH Corrine James hangs a piece of art in a past Art in the Attic event.

What is in your Attic? or in the closet or under the bed…

The Eighth Art from the Attic Sale at The Old School House Arts Centre (TOSH) runs March 9 to 16.

Everyone is a winner with this sale: bring in paintings or prints or lithographs or photographs no longer loved to sell in the art gallery on Saturday, March 9 between 10 a.m. and noon.

Sellers get 60 per cent and TOSH takes the rest of each piece sold. Each painting needs an entry form which is currently available at the front desk.

In the past sales we have featured paintings from Harry Hiene and Ted Harrison as well as etchings from Rembrandt. There has been over 200 pieces at each sale priced from $5 to $2,500 with the most popular price point set under $200. On March 14, the further markdowns start and offers can be made.

For more details phone 250-752-6133 or visit www.theoldschoolhouse.org.

 

—Submitted TOSH

 

 

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