Local work in focus at Enderby’s Courtyard Gallery

Exhibiting artists have until Jan. 18-19 to submit forms

Enderby artists and sculptors will have a chance to showcase their work as Courtyard Gallery gears up for its annual Open Exhibition.

“The Courtyard Gallery in Enderby invites local artists to exhibit in our annual Open Exhibition,” said Valerie Rogers with the Gallery. “Paintings, drawings and three-dimensional artwork will be considered.”

Related: Courtyard Gallery opes in Enderby

There is a $10 entry fee and exhibiting artists must be members of the Enderby Artists’ Initiative. Annual memberships are $20. Forms are available at the Gallery. Entry forms and fees must be returned between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Jan. 18-19.

For more information, contact Terry at 250-832-3980.


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