Cedar Hill art appraisal fundraiser

That gem of a painting found at a garage sale could be worth a fortune. Or it could just be dogs playing poker.

That gem of a painting found at a garage sale could be worth a fortune. Or it could just be dogs playing poker.

Find out the value of your favourite fine art pieces at the Arts Centre at Cedar Hill on Thursday by master appraiser John Russell.

Russell, who studied under Group of Seven member Arthur Lismer, has authenticated and appraised art and cultural pieces for 29 years, including for the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the National Gallery of Canada.

The event is a fundraiser for the non-profit Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria.

Limited tickets are $20 and can be purchased at artroadshow.eventbrite.com or by calling 250-475-7123. The event is Thursday, May 24, 2 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at the Cedar Hill Arts Centre, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd.

editor@saanichnews.com

Just Posted

UVic conference explores healthy ways to express masculinity

ReImagining Masculinity conference Nov. 16 hopes to cultivate healthy, non-violent conversations

Sidney calls on provincial government to appoint mediator to resolve strike

Council approved motion from Coun. Chad Rintoul by 6-1 vote

West Shore soap company releases Lucky Lager beer soap

Metchosin Soap Works puts out beer-infused olive oil soap

Bateman gallery’s OneTree 2019 honours the life of a single, salvaged tree

Bateman Foundation Gallery hosts OneTree Nov. 16 to Feb. 29, 2020

Climate change protest to take place in Victoria during rush hour

Extinction Rebellion group targets local media with die-in on Douglas Street

POLL: Do you support CUPE workers in their dispute with School District 63?

SD63 schools to remain closed as strike continues Tuesday

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers wanted list for the week of Nov. 12

Greater Victoria Crime Stoppers is seeking the public’s help in locating the… Continue reading

Killer who fled to Taiwan day after shooting B.C. man over $80 sentenced 13 years later

The sentence comes 13 years after Shaoxin Zhang, 19, was killed in a Burnaby parking lot

B.C. forest industry trade mission finding new markets in China

Diplomatic tensions eased, minister Doug Donaldson says

Sex assault charge stayed against Port Moody mayor

Rob Vagramov completed an alternative measures program, special prosecutor said

“I thought, enough is enough”: B.C. teen takes on bullies through social media

‘I thought, enough is enough. I wanted to try something to stop it.’

Audit finds Canada’s fisheries in decline and response lacks urgency

Report says 17 per cent of fish stocks are critically depleted, up from 13.4 per cent in 2018

Small group of Cherry fans protest his firing at Rogers HQ

One sign at the Toronto rally: ‘Rogers cancels Don, we cancel Rogers’

Most Read