Artists brush up for weekend tour

Tour will visit 14 artists in Cadboro Bay and Gordon Head

Local artists from Cadboro Bay and Gordon Head are opening their doors this weekend, letting the public step inside their studios and check out their amazing work.

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, 14 talented artists will host free studio tours to showcase their diverse works.

The group includes painters, sculptors, printmakers, silversmiths, photographers and fabric artists.

The list of artists and studios includes Colette Baty, Allan Castle, DeeZee Creations, Audrey Hayes, Jill Fitz Hirschbold, Dorothy Haegert, Julie MacLeod, Sandhu Singh, Melanie Spencer, Helen Stewart, Marcela Strasdas, Peter N. Van Giesen and Sylvia Wearne.

Maps, brochures and further information are available at gobc.ca and from the many local merchants in Cadboro Bay and Gordon Head.

 

jacob.zinn@saanichnews.com

 

 

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