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Romance is in the art

Vernon’s Brew Gallery is holding its second annual Rouge show and is calling for submissions from artists.

“This year Rouge takes on a romantic flair in celebration of the long association red has with love and romance,” said Brew Gallery curator River Lewis. “Here is the perfect opportunity to present your unique interpretation of romance, while showcasing your talents as an artist.”

The gallery is accepting submissions of two-dimensional works in photography, digital art, drawing, painting or mixed media depicting interpretations of romance.

Artists interested can submit one-to-five images of their best romance-inspired artwork. Electronic submissions can be sent as a single PDF file to brewgallery@gmail.com.

Submissions should include the artist’s name, bio and/or CV and/or artist statement, image(s), and image list stating title/medium/year for each image. They should also include a return SASE for submission materials to be returned.

The exhibition of selected work will run from Feb. 11 to March 28.

Brew Gallery is located in downtown Vernon inside the Bean to Brew Coffee House next door to the Vernon Public Art Gallery and consists of the main gallery space and the Fireside Room.

For more information, visit www.brewgallery.ca.

 

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